Mobile Testing Tools Blog

  • The Absolute Necessity of Continuous Integration
  • Sunday, November 16, 2014 | experitetst
  •   Dana Natan   Head of Marketing   What? When Continuous Integration is practiced, developers working on a mobile application will integrate all working copies into a shared mainline several times a day. Each copy is then automatically checked, allowing problems to be detected quickly and early on.   Why? Continuous integration leads to much less back-tracking when trying to discover what's gone wrong and precious time can therefore be spent building features Carrying out continuous integration is a lot cheaper… Read More

  • Is Your Mobile Testing Process Ready for Cyber Monday?
  • Friday, November 14, 2014 | experitetst
  •   Dana Natan   Head of Marketing   This Cyber Monday $750,000 will be spent on mobile purchases every minute. Is your company satisfied with its mobile testing plans? Even a minor glitch can cost you millions. On December 1 the internet will be buzzing with commerce. The New York Times reports: "Millions of otherwise productive working Americans, fresh off a Thanksgiving weekend of window shopping, are returning to high-speed Internet connections at work Monday and buying what they liked."… Read More

  • Mobile Testing as the Ugly Duckling – Unattractive to Start with but will be sure to Surprise.
  • Thursday, November 13, 2014 | experitetst
  •   Dana Natan   Head of Marketing Get Updates on User Quality at our  LinkedIn  Page     Mobile App developers often look down on the testing process of mobile application development as a poor little ugly duckling - it's not as creative as the planning stage, nor as thrilling as the release stage. What can you do - testing is an integral and essential part of the mobile application lifecycle and no matter how much creativity and excitement surrounds… Read More

  • To Jailbreak or not to Jailbreak? There really is no question…
  • Thursday, October 23, 2014 | experitetst
  •   Tom Benshimon   Head of Sales    What Is Jailbreaking and Rooting? Jailbreaking or rooting devices is the unadvisable step often carried out by private consumers so as to side-step the restrictions on mobile devices, allowing them to download additional applications that are otherwise unavailable and to change the operating system. Jailbreaking and rooting voids the warranty and that in itself should be cause enough not to do it. What about Jailbreaking/Rooting at… Read More

  • So You Want to Test an iOS Application…
  • Thursday, July 24, 2014 | experitetst
  •   Tom Benshimon   Head of Sales   With over one billion iOS devices expected to be in use by the end of 2018, the market of iOS applications is an attractive one for developers. When it comes to testing iOS applications, we’re talking about a different ball-game than testing Android applications. A big factor in the difficulty of creating iOS applications is that Apple is much stricter regarding what can and can’t be submitted, unlike Google who are much… Read More

  • 5 Characteristics of an Effective Testing Team.
  • Monday, April 28, 2014 | experitetst
  •   Dana Natan   Head of Marketing   I have worked many years in a number of different companies in different testing teams and my experiences have varied widely from highly enjoyable to significantly less enjoyable. The level of my enjoyment each time is undoubtedly connected to the effectiveness of the team. Someone asked me recently how I would define an effective testing team and the following characteristics are what I came up with;   Do You Want To Get… Read More