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Best Practices in Mobile App/website Testing

Hi All,

Many will do r&d and gain some knowledge.  In this group you can share some tips that will be helpful for other users.  You may have some shortcuts to to test some scenarios. 

I am not sure this group will survive or not , let me try at lest :)




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Hands-On Mobile App Testing is available

Started by Daniel K Oct 13, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi all,maybe you have already seen my book about mobile testing: „Hands-On Mobile App Testing“. Within this book I covered lots of mobile testing topics. The book contains lots of examples and ideas,…Continue

Tags: App, Hands-On, Book, Testing, Mobile

What are different executable extension files for different OS in Mobile

Started by Bhanu Jan 27, 2014. 0 Replies

What are different executable extension files for different OS in Mobile devices which will install in emulator or real devices.Continue

How to test performance of Multiplayer Game App?

Started by Vinish P Oct 4, 2013. 0 Replies

How to test Performance of multiplayer Game App. I want to test iOS game App.its a quiz type game.Please Help.Continue

Shortlisting the real Mobile Devices for testing

Started by Ruma Dak. Last reply by LAKSHMIPATHY May 9, 2013. 11 Replies

While shortlisting the devices for testing on real devices, what points/factors are considered?How many and which real devices you test on?I am looking for minimal list of devices on which the…Continue

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Comment by Puneet Sharma on August 7, 2014 at 4:48pm

The objective of a app testing is to provide bug reports and enable the developer see the app failing in front of his eyes. A good bug report should have - 

1- Clear description of the bug
2- Location & Environment details
3- Date & Time 
4- Steps to reproduce 
5- Screenshots
6- Videos to see the exact problem that end user faced.
7- Crash logs are fine, but would be great to get the contextual data too. Quite often the issues on app appear because of server side response. A snapshot of that information at the time of bug makes debugging a lot easier.

For mobile apps BugClipper makes it very easy for the tester to report directly from their app.


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