Types of Mobile Testing: How to Choose Right for Your App
Mobile testing helps mobile app developers maximize the performance of these applications. With that said, mobile testing is not a one step-operation, but rather a procedure of iterative steps that tailor the application according to user requirements.
In this article, we will discuss multiple types of mobile testing and discuss the goals and benefits of each given testing procedure.
Essential Differences between Web App and Mobile App Testing
Mobile and web applications are some of the most common types of software applications used across businesses worldwide. In this article, we will discuss the differences between mobile and web apps and explain the testing approach for both of them.#SoftwareTesting #MobileTesting Learn more
Step by Step Guide to Great Mobile App Performance Testing
As of 2021, the number of users of smartphones was 5.2 billion out of 7.8 billion people in the world. An affordable portable device with huge capabilities can turn into anything with apps designed to meet users’ needs. However, the quality, reliability and speed of the application must be the best in this highly competitive market. Performance testing is a way to identify opportunities and potentials of your product.
In this article we will take a step-by-step look at how to write a load script for a mobile application and run a test by generating HTTP/HTTPS traffic on the app server. To do this, we will use a free loading test tool Apache JMeter and an Android OS emulator.
Automated vs Manual Mobile App Testing: Do You Need Both?
Software testing is a crucial part in creating a successful project. By assessing every facet of the product, a developer will know if the code meets business requirements. It’s through the testing that companies increase user tolerance and improve the performance of their apps.
Having said that, testing is only as beneficial as it is efficient. There are two main approaches to testing – manual or automated. Both are critiqued and advocated all over the web, so choosing the one to fit your project is not an easy task. In this post, we’ll give you a brief rundown on the difference between them, their respective pros and cons, and the ways developers can take advantage of both.
Performance Lab and HeadSpin are taking mobile application testing to a new level
Performance Lab has announced collaboration with HeadSpin, USA, to implement projects in the field of automation, functional and load testing of mobile applications. Performance Lab will deliver a unique solution to the market. It can and should be used for remote testing of mobile applications on real devices built to meet the needs of customers. A special software and hardware complex from HeadSpin can be installed anywhere in the world and integrated with automation services for functional and load testing of mobile applications.#MobileTesting Learn more