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Can Usability Testing Deliver A Flawless User Experience?

November 30 2017, 06:02am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

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Usability Testing is the key to success. In the end, it can be summarized as the process which ensures that the end product meets the users’ demands in order to deliver a flawless user experience.

Types of Usability Testing

# Explorative Testing: Explorative testing is performed in order to analyze what content and functionality the new product should possess to meet the expectations of target audience before releasing a new product. In this type of testing.

# Comparative Testing: This type of testing is performed to compare the usability of two different websites. Comparative tests are usually used to compare a website against a competitor site. However, it can also be used to compare two designs to analyze.

Benefits of Usability Testing

1. Good user interface provides better conversion rate

2. Improved Accessibility

3. Increased user satisfaction resulting in competitive advantage

4. Increases the level of trust among the users that results in longer and stronger relationships

5. Users are better able to achieve their goals which results in the business meeting its targets

6. It minimizes the product failing risks

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Automation Testing of Android Mobile Application with Java

October 26 2017, 06:52am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Automated testing is a method of practicing an application to implement the entire life cycle of the software in a minimum amount of time and provides effectiveness and efficiency of testing the software. It is a technique where the tester itself writes the scripts and uses a suitable software that it's apt for testing.

Automation Tools for Testing Android Mobile Applications

Below are some of the following automation tools for testing android applications:

  1. Appium

Appium is an open source test automation tool that permits you to easily write functional tests that automate Android mobile apps.

  1. Selendroid

It is an open source automation framework that drives off the UI of Android applications. Also, it can be described as a powerful testing tool that can be used on emulators and real devices and still reuses the existing infrastructure of web, you can write tests using the Selenium 2 client APIs.

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Most Used Open Source Tools for Android Mobile Application Testing

October 17 2017, 04:57am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

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The business must test the Android app elaborately under varying user conditions to assess its user experience very precisely, but it must provide QA professionals with robust mobile app testing tools and test automation framework to repeat the tests under the varying conditions.

Appium

Appium is an open-source mobile automation testing tool to allow the developers to test various Android native mobile applications as well as hybrid applications. Native applications are written with the support of Android SDKs and different web application tools which can be used to perform tests or mobile users, like a built-in browser application.

Robotium

This open source test automation framework for Android is designed with features that facilitate Android UI testing. The QA professionals can use Robotium app testing to test both the native and hybrid apps for Android.

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How Cloud-Based Mobile Device Lab Accelerates Time to Market and ROI?

September 19 2017, 11:13am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

It becomes very chaotic to maintain the variety of mobile phones and tablets with the latest Android or iOS updates available across all makes and models for 24/7. There are various security concerns that arise for mobile app cloud testing as well as data management and accessibility thus creating a complex situation.

In the following ways Cloud-Based Mobile Device Labs boost the productivity:

  • Faster market delivery: A unified environment needs to be established for the benefit of all DevOps teams. For fully operational regression testing, the environment is necessary in order to facilitate continuous integration

 

  • Simulate networks environmentBy using simulation environments helps us to understand real-life network conditions, thus enabling them to be prepared in dealing with network issues.

 

  • Strict security guidelines: An offshore hosted mobile lab is expected to support most security requirements while the onsite lab resides inside the company’s VPN. Devices are centralized in a demilitarized network area. Administrative capabilities enable the changing of security policies as per project requirements.

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