Core of the Mobile App Infrastructure
Mobile devices have become the primary venue for delivering customer facing, B2B, and workplace apps. But development and testing have dramatically changed – in earlier, desktop-Web development, the number of test cases largely determined quality, since there was little variation among browsers. In mobility, however, quality is determined both by the number of test cases and the variety of devices tested.
Jump Start a Mobile Testing Lab
In several years of working with some of the world’s largest enterprises, we at Mobile Labs have had the opportunity to observe some of the most successful mobile test lab programs. The best practitioners manage to retain the traditional goals of QA testing while incorporating new requirements brought forth by mobile apps and solving new challenges mobility imposes on apps, devices, developers, testers, and users alike. Finding a point of entry means making decisions in eleven key areas, implementing plans based on those decisions, and then executing. In this paper we outline some of the decisions and programs we have seen in successful enterprises – the key characteristics of their testing programs.
Bringing Order to Enterprise Mobile App Testing Chaos
Testing mobile applications is a messy and complex business. An ever-increasing number of operating systems and device types – combined with the globally dispersed nature of testing – creates a recipe for chaos, cost and poor app performance. So, how can organizations overcome these challenges and bring order to mobile application testing?
White Paper – Managing the Unmanageable: An Internal Device Cloud for Mobile Test Devices
Mobile devices are, by their very nature, extremely mobile. Their very mobility is one of their great strengths. Yet, riddle me this: how can device mobility create a double-dip hurt on productivity by simultaneously being too mobile and at the same time not mobile enough?
White Paper – Enterprise Mobility: Addressing Mobile App Testing Challenges
For businesses, governments and other organizations, mobility enables, extends, automates and streamlines the flow of data, content, transactions, communication and productivity. At the same time, mobility’s ubiquity is causing a sea change within IT, because deploying, managing and supporting enterprise mobility is incredibly complex, dynamic and challenging.Read about the implications of the sea change and how to create a mobile strategy to address it in this white paper.
White Paper – Mobile Application Test Automation Best Practices
Learn how to implement best practices for mobile testing to make sure your testing plans meet your business goals.