Automated Mobile Website Testing
Amplifying the Power of the Mobile Web with Automated Mobile Website Testing
Mobile-first enterprises are increasingly turning to mobile websites to put powerful capabilities in mobile users’ hands. Through the mobile web, enterprises can deliver cross-platform support for a growing number of mobile devices and operating systems. Along the way, the need for automated mobile website testing has skyrocketed.
Like native and hybrid mobile apps, mobile websites must meet user expectations, be error-free and perform well – putting tremendous pressure on developers. Agile development methods, backed by the ability to rapidly test, are critical to closing requirements loops and making mobile websites solid performers. Mobile Labs’ deviceConnect™, a private mobile device cloud, and its automation engine, Mobile Labs’ Trust™, helps deliver better mobile websites faster.
Mobile Labs Delivers Automated Mobile Website Testing on Real Devices
- Use Mobile Labs’ Trust™ to create website automation
- Leverage existing UFT skills and software
- Use record and play to rapidly create web automation steps and objects
- Increase productivity with powerful, cross-platform scripts
- Handle phone call interruptions or settings changes
- Get detailed run results and test case videos
- Use Selenium to create web-based test cases
- Remotely interact with a mobile device while creating test cases
- Remotely view test cases as they run
Why Mobile Labs?
Only Mobile Labs’ deviceConnect with Mobile Labs’ Trust brings true mobile website automation to real devices using existing investments in skills and software. Seamless integration with HP’s UFT and ALM means UFT-skilled engineers can be up and running in a matter of minutes. Easy to use, deviceConnect’s secure mobile device sharing capabilities boost mobile engineer productivity.
What results is improved Agile velocity, improved website quality, faster time to market and shorter upgrade cycles. Mobile Labs’ object-based leadership speeds building high-performance web tests that run with much greater accuracy than the first-generation, surface-based object approximations made by OCR or image processing. The bottom line? Higher quality and lower costs.