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Automation Testing on Real Devices

Avinash
By Avinash
October 13, 2016
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Automation Testing on Real Devices

Mobile Automation Testing

pCloudy provides you the cloud platform to perform Automated Testing on Real Mobile Devices. To schedule automated testing over pCloudy, go to the Automator page. Here, you can use filter your devices based on mobile OS (android/iOS) and test automation framework (Calabash/Robotium). Further, you need to choose application file (.apk/.ipa), zip file of test script, enter time duration (default – 15 minutes), test cycle name (default – Test cycle). Now, browse, select and add desired device(s) to schedule test automation.  When test automation gets completed, you will get an email reminder for the test completion.

Mobile Automation Testing

Avinash
Avinash

Avinash Tiwari is a thought leader, a recognized keynote speaker, and the co-founder of pCloudy.com. He has 15+ experience in Product development and Testing. He brings with him a passion for emerging technology and quick adoption, both of which have solidified his reputation as a leader in the mobile app testing field.

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Mobile App Testing Tips for IOS 9.x: Do you know - How Does "Low power mode" Impact Your App?

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By nilesh
January 5, 2016
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Mobile App Testing Tips for IOS 9.x: Do you know - How Does

Mobile App Testing Tips for IOS 9.x

iOS 9 and later provide users with the ability to enter power-saving modes.

As per Apple IOS 9.0 update ( source : https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/Performance/Conceptual/EnergyGuide-iOS/LowPowerMode.html)

“Users who wish to prolong their iPhone’s battery life can enable Low Power Mode under Settings > Battery.

Low Power Mode

Once enabled, Low Power Mode changes the battery indicator in the top right corner to yellow, reminding users that their device is running in a more efficient state.

Low Power Mode

In Low Power Mode, iOS conserves battery life by enacting certain energy-saving measures. For example, the system may:

  • Reduce CPU and GPU performance
  • Pause discretionary and background activities, including networking
  • Reduce screen brightness
  • Reduce the timeout for auto-locking the device
  • Disable Mail fetch
  • Disable motion effects
  • Disable animated wallpapers

The mode automatically disables when the battery level rises to a sufficient level again.

Impact on Apps

Your app should take additional steps to help the system save energy when Low Power Mode is active. For example, your app could reduce the use of animations, lower frame rates, stop location updates, disable syncs and backups, and so on.

What if your App is resource intensive, and user is trying to use the App when iPhone is in the low power mode? You App might crash. Regardless of the scenario, You need to make sure your app works and the best way to do that is to conduct mobile app testing on real devices. You need to put your App through rigorous testing on low power scenario on real devices.

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Nilesh is the vice-president at pCloudy and has around 16 years of experience in Product development and Testing. He has worked primarily in the mobile application testing and mobile device testing domain with companies like Sasken, Motorola, Nokia, and Accenture.

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