compatibility testing has become an inevitable part of SDLC. To sustain in this competitive scenario, companies have to make sure that software/products released to the market are of top quality and fully compatible with every type of software, hardware, platforms, OS etc.
The problem is that testing mobile applications is not easy. Testers need to find out ways to test apps efficiently and effectively, and the answer is automation. There are various tools that help in freeing up a tester’s time from critical manual testing process. We bring you a list of such tools to help you chose the one that suits your testing case.
Mobile apps are gradually furbishing in the midst of technological advancement aura. And when the world is still in a state of adoption of the immersing apps interfaces, the visionaries are looking deeper for the newfangled mobile apps ecosystem.
When software is under development, testers need tocontinually test and measure its quality and report the status to the concerned people. They also need to evaluate test effectiveness as a guide for improvement. None of these tasks would be possible without measurement and metrics in test management.
Shift Left Testing - Picture a typical software development project, sketched out on paper. The requirements stage is recorded on the left and a target delivery date is to the right. The project starts out with high hopes, but then — as the project moves along — defects creep in, errors mount up and the project blows right past the projected delivery date. In fact, the delivery date keeps shifting farther to the right.