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Mobile Automation Testing Tools: Appium, Testsigma, TestComplete and more

With the rising competition in the app industry, mobile testing without automation seems out of the picture. You can’t imagine frequent deployments or a faster time to market without automating your tests. There are plenty of automation tools and frameworks available in the market for both Android and iOS. In this article, we will discuss some of the best mobile automation testing tools that can help you in releasing quality apps on time. 1.

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Mobile web testing - 3 approaches that will make your life easy

The world isn’t new to the mobile-first approach. Call it convenience or anything else — people are consuming content on their mobile phones more than their desktops and this will only increase in the near future. According to Statista, at least 50% of global online traffic is driven by mobile users. We were going through Adobe Retail Shopping Insights (2020) and found out that more than 42% of consumers have done their holiday shopping via smartphones.

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Testing a mobile application - 16 steps you should not miss

Mobile applications these days have become imperative for businesses. But mobile applications are not just another version of desktop applications. Mobile applications are as much different from desktop applications as mobile devices are different from desktop machines. Mobile applications, therefore, need to be built and tested with this difference in consideration. Following are a few things to consider when testing a mobile application: 1.

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6 signs you need to invest in a cloud-based test automation tool

The world of automation testing is rapidly evolving and we need to keep up with the pace. It’s no rocket science that the demand for automation testing is massive — according to Markets & Markets, the automation testing market size is projected to grow from $12.6B to $28.8B by 2024, globally. For businesses to be more agile and work with an unmatchable speed, cloud testing is crucial.

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Software Testing Trends 2021 - What can we expect?

With the latest developments in IT sector services, the sector of QA testing has seen significant improvement and growth. The implementation of emerging technologies has helped improve the process of software development, testing, design and deployment. With all of these processes in place, cost optimization is also a high concern for organizations worldwide. Many changes are rendered through automated testing.

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5 signs you need to implement test automation

Companies worldwide require quicker releases and better applications to deal with the rapidly evolving dynamic business scenario. Just a manual testing approach would not suffice for today’s wired devices and dynamic architectural applications of Industry 4.0. The way we now look at software engineering has revolutionized test automation, with QA teams adapting automation to expand test scope, increase efficiency and do more testing in less time.

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Selecting a cross browser testing tool? 7 questions to ask

Cross Browser Testing also known as cross browser compatibility testing is all about creating a consistent experience for users across all browsers – but the question is how do you do that efficiently?. It is very important to know that testing across a variety of browsers reveals issues that may have been unrevealed while developing. Cross Browser compatibility testing helps us to pin-point compatibility errors which helps the developers to debug them quickly.

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Automation of Mobile Testing - When to do and when not to do

“Automated scripts are checking known paths for expected results. That’s not truly testing. Testers discover the unknown, and this skill is still very much so needed, whether there’s automation or not. Without human intuitive exploration, a team may be blind to their most expensive bugs.”— Angie Jones The above quote lets us understand the power of Manual Testing.

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Mobile Testing Lab: How to decide which way to go?

If you’re a developer, a web designer, or a QA manager, you would want to ensure that your product delivers as promised. Today’s customers expect the highest standards of user experience. Anything less is grounds for disappointment and even lost business. Facebook’s mobile device testing lab at the Prineville Data Centre is equipped with Android and iOS devices that test Facebook applications and Instagram.