Ten Tips for Successful Mobile App Testing

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Like the folk story where a village turned a pot and a simple stone into delicious soup, testing programs need lots of help from lots of people to get the job done. In the beginning the programs may fail, but over time and with lots of help they improve. You don’t need a detailed road map, but you do need to tell people what mountain you’re climbing. If you start small enough, yet dream big enough, you just might be able to convince strangers to help you on your journey to testing success.

Automated testing for Web applications is a crucial piece of the development puzzle, ensuring that everything works when the customer starts using it. However, mobile app testing brings along new challenges that are different from desktop Web testing. 

Jason Huggins, co-founder and CTO of Sauce Labs, a software-testing cloud provider, shares tips on automated testing and how it applies to mobile. 

 

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