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Mobile Testing: Difference Between BDD, ATDD/TDD

Last week I presented in the Joe Colantonio AutomationGuild online conference – Kudos to Joe for a great event!

Among multiple interesting questions that I got post my session,  like what is the best… 762 more words

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What You Need To Know When Planning Your Test Lab in 2017

As we kick-off 2017, I am thrilled to release the most updated 6th edition of the Digital Test Coverage Index report, a guide to help you decide how to build your test lab. 969 more words

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What to test in a web and mobile app

What to test in a website:

Functional Test:

  • Smoke or sanity testing
  • Functional Test
    •         Check the newly added / modified features      for latest release
    •         Check all internal/External links…
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My 2017 Continuous Quality Predictions

A guest post by Amir Rozenberg, Sr. Director of product management at Perfecto Mobile & Yoram (Perfecto CTO)


As 2016 winds down and we look into 2017, I’d like to share few thoughts on trends in delivering high-quality digital applications. 2,062 more words

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Mobile Testing Interview Ques? Ans?

Q #1) What is the difference between Mobile device testing and mobile application testing?
Ans. Mobile device testing means testing the mobile device and mobile application testing means testing of mobile application on a mobile device. 458 more words

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How to Efficiently Test Your Mobile App for Battery Drain?

With my experience in the mobile space over the past 2 decades, I rarely run across efficient mobile app testing that assures resource usage by the app as part of the overall test strategy and test plan. 654 more words

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Shifting Mobile App Quality Into the Dev Build Cycles

It’s no doubt that quality is becoming a joint feature team responsibility, and with that in mind – it is not enough for traditional QA engineers to develop and execute test automation post a successful build, but actually the growing expectations now are from the Dev team to also take part and include as many tests as they can in their build cycles per each code commit. 435 more words

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