May 2, 2016 at 9:00 am #11625@gigitygigityOnly available when logged in
First time posting on this great testing community. So I’m looking for insights on your manual mobile testing set-up?
Testing of our mobile site/app is quite inefficient and has little device coverage in my opinion as we could currently have two to three devices on our desk and test on each individually.
I’m looking to implement a solution that would allow me to test on more devices in synchronization. Looking at https://www.vanamco.com/ghostlab/ and https://www.vanamco.com/devicelab/ for now, but having trouble configuring ghostlab to work with the reverse proxy our virtual machines run through.
Have any of you guys managed to overcome this issue and if so how?
MartyMay 27, 2016 at 12:24 pm #12139@aleksandra-korneckaOnly available when logged in
Hi @gigitygigity !
I just peered into such a topic recently 🙂 So I assume that you need something more than just emulator for testing. I didn’t dig into the very roots of those services, but I’m sure that there is some simultaneous testing possibility.
There’s a great article by Testmunk: https://blog.testmunk.com/testing-on-emulators-vs-real-devices/
As far as I reserached that topic I can share such internet resources with you:
–whitapaper on mobile testing by TATA company with such a schema:
Hopefully that helps a little bit!July 8, 2016 at 7:37 am #12789@mobileappsOnly available when logged in
welcome to best community of mobile testing, i hope you doing well in mobile testing, i would like to suggest you most useful blog and community for getting more information on mobile testing
Mod Edit: Feel free to share links you think are useful to the conversation but please avoid obvious commercial advertising. I’ll leave the link here for now as it is relevant to the conversation.July 26, 2016 at 8:57 am #13176@naomi-goldberg1Only available when logged in
I work for IT Central Station, and we’ve got real user reviews for most of the major mobile testing solutions. You might find these ones to be particularly helpful:
Good luck with your app launch.October 19, 2016 at 6:36 am #13998@stephanie-reinhardtOnly available when logged in
Hello @gigitygigity , Welcome to the Software Testing Community !
For your mobile application testing requirement i would suggest to visit –
Below Phases and activities we carry out to ensure quality in waterfall approach
We follow agile development approach to test any mobile applications.October 23, 2016 at 4:47 pm #14072
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