Automation for iOS 9.3.x and above

     For iOS automation, Appium relies on system frameworks provided by Apple. For iOS 9.2 and below, Apple's only automation technology was called UIAutomation, and it ran in the context of a process called Instruments. As of iOS 10, Apple has completely removed the UIAutomation instrument, thus making it impossible for Appium to allow... Continue Reading →

Different Testing Aspects and Areas or Types of Testing

Following are the different aspects and areas or type of testing not only in mobile application testing: Functionality User Interaction Testing  Transaction testing Performance UI responsiveness Transaction completion time(s) Peak load performance Longevity Network Network type (Wi-Fi, 2G, 3G, 4G) Impact of Connectivity Issues Security Data Retention on device Transmission Security Compatibility Mobile Platform Compatibility... Continue Reading →

Life with Bug Tracking Tools

I would like to share small information about the bug tracking or project management tools Salesforce (https://login.salesforce.com/?locale=in) – is a web-based project management as well as bug tracking system, it is very effective in software quality assurance. The platform supports tasks planning, creating stories to track tasks as well as various reports and statistics. I... Continue Reading →

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