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Challenges in Mobile Testing

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This eBook contains chapter 3 ‘Challenges in Mobile Testing‘ from the mobile testing book ‘Hands-on Mobile App Testing‘ by Daniel Knott.

It looks at how today, mobile apps must meet rigorous standards of reliability, usability, security, and performance. However, many mobile developers have limited testing experience, and mobile platforms raise new challenges even for long-time testers. Reflecting his extensive real-life experience, Daniel Knott offers an end-to-end blueprint for thoroughly testing any iOS or Android mobile app.

Key Takeaways

  • Practical guidance on everything from mobile test planning to automation.
  • Expert insights on mobile-centric issues, such as testing sensor inputs, battery usage, and hybrid apps.
  • Advice on coping with device and platform fragmentation, and more.
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Daniel Knott

Daniel Knott is a mobile testing expert working as Senior Software Test Engineer at XING’s Android team. He started his software testing career in 2003 as a trainee at IBM. After his time at IBM, Daniel studied computer science with a focus on software development and testing. Since 2009, Daniel has worked for companies such as Accenture, AOE and XING. In several agile development projects he tested web, desktop or mobile applications. However, mobile testing became his passion and since the beginning of 2011 he is working in the mobile development and testing industry. He worked and is working with several mobile test automation tools such as Robotium, Calabash for iOS/ Android, Espresso and Keep It Functional. With the help of this tools, he developed a fully automated testing environment for Android and iOS.

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