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Selenium for Mobile App Testing

All automation development and testing engineers are very well aware of ‘Selenium‘ which is the de-facto testing framework for web applications. With the changing mobile landscape, Appium is the most used framework for testing mobile apps. But is it possible to use Selenium for mobile app testing? The direct answer is ‘Not really’ but there is a long and different approach to this answer. Appium is the most popular mobile app test framework which can be used to test all native, hybrid, and…See More
Feb 27
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13 Benefits of Automation Testing

With an incessant advancement in technology and mobile eco-space, it is becoming extremely challenging for companies to maintain the quality and efficiency of mobile app development. Testing being one of the major business critical activities is often neglected because of the time and cost limitations. This ultimately leads to a compromised product quality, dissatisfied customer, delayed delivery and an increase in the overall quality costs. The major reasons for an increase in costs can be an…See More
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Nov 20, 2017
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Problems with Online Android Emulators and how to solve it?

Android now occupies the number one place in the world Smartphone arena with a market share of 87% at the end of 2016 that means 9 out of 10 Smartphones in the world run on Android. With such dominance in the space, the creation of mobile apps has reached never before heights. But the constant innovation that fuels this market has major problems in terms of the development and testing timelines. Running an online Android emulator, which used to be a solution once up a time, is not good enough…See More
Nov 8, 2017
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Memory Leaks & Memory Consumption by Mobile Applications

Mobile apps can often crash for many reasons. Nothing is as excruciating as memory leaks. It starts with your app crashing often, or becoming slow or maybe making your entire phone slow down, taking longer time to load activities. Memory leaks are notoriously hard to detect, and thus can easily surprise you. Have we ever thought why most of the users uninstall the application after some use?Which is why it is critical for Developers to understand the memory consumption by any mobile…See More
Nov 2, 2017

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pCloudy is the most powerful cloud based App Testing Platform. It has the most comprehensive set of Mobile Devices and Tools to Improve Quality of your App.
pCloudy provides single click access to 500+ Android and IOS devices directly from your browser. You can use these real Mobile Devices to click-and-perform Manual Testing and Automation Testing for your App. You can also Integrate pCloudy with CI for continuous Automation.
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Selenium for Mobile App Testing

Posted on February 27, 2018 at 11:24am 0 Comments

All automation development and testing engineers are very well aware of ‘Selenium‘ which is the de-facto testing framework for web applications. With the changing mobile landscape, Appium is the most used framework for testing mobile apps. But is it possible to use Selenium for mobile app testing? The direct answer is ‘Not really’ but there is a long and different approach to this answer.

 

Appium is the most popular mobile app test framework which can be used…

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13 Benefits of Automation Testing

Posted on January 11, 2018 at 2:25pm 0 Comments

With an incessant advancement in technology and mobile eco-space, it is becoming extremely challenging for companies to maintain the quality and efficiency of mobile app development. Testing being one of the major business critical activities is often neglected because of the time and cost limitations. This ultimately leads to a compromised product quality, dissatisfied customer, delayed delivery and an increase in the overall quality costs. The major reasons for an increase in costs can be…

Continue

Problems with Online Android Emulators and how to solve it?

Posted on November 8, 2017 at 4:58pm 0 Comments

Android now occupies the number one place in the world Smartphone arena with a market share of 87% at the end of 2016 that means 9 out of 10 Smartphones in the world run on Android. With such dominance in the space, the creation of mobile apps has reached never before heights. But the constant innovation that fuels this market has major problems in terms of the development and testing timelines. Running an online Android emulator, which used to be a solution once up a time, is not good…

Continue

Memory Leaks & Memory Consumption by Mobile Applications

Posted on November 2, 2017 at 12:17pm 0 Comments

Mobile apps can often crash for many reasons. Nothing is as excruciating as memory leaks. It starts with your app crashing often, or becoming slow or maybe making your entire phone slow down, taking longer time to load activities. Memory leaks are notoriously hard to detect, and thus can easily surprise you. Have we ever thought why most of the users uninstall the application after some use?

Which is why it is critical for Developers to understand the memory consumption by any mobile…

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