With the app economy predicted to be worth $6.3 trillion by 2021 — mobile app market is bound to sky-rocket and so will be the challenges associated with it.
One of the most critical business challenges faced by enterprises is figuring out how to deliver mobile apps faster—without breaking anything in the process.
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One of the most critical business challenges faced by enterprises is figuring out how to deliver mobile apps faster-without breaking anything in the process.
Modern enterprises are using cloud setup to connect to remote Android and iOS devices to develop, debug and test their apps. The biggest challenge for an iOS developer is to debug the app on a device which is connected remotely.
TestNG with Appium is one of the most popular choices among Automation engineers when it comes to Mobile App Automation. TestNG eliminates most of the limitations of the older framework and gives the developer the ability to write more flexible and powerful tests with help of easy annotations, grouping, sequencing & parameterizing.
In today’s competitive mobile apps scenario, in order to have your customer keep using your app, it is very important that it performs well. From customer’s perspective, “perform well” means that the functionality should work fast.
As software becomes the key to creating a competitive advantage across all markets, enterprises no longer enjoy the luxury of selecting either ‘speed’ or ‘quality’ when delivering software.
The term “non-functional testing” refers to testing those aspects of a software application, that may not be connected with a defined user action or function (for example, security, scalability, behavior).
Mobile Apps can grow fast, die fast. The only way to survive in this competitive world is to develop, build, test and release your Apps faster then ever.
Continuous dev and testing can’t be achieved without having the right set of DevOps tools. Moreover, it must be backed by a proper device Infrastructure.