We all know that software isn’t bug free and never will be. However, software testers should use a broad range of testing skills and techniques to find as many issue as possible.
With a test automation suite at your disposal, insurmountable tasks such as doubling the breadth of your code coverage, device coverage, and testing surface become tenable, cost-effective realities.
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Because of mobile’s omnipresence and the fact that many daily situations rely on flawless app experiences, it is necessary to take the time to choose the proper mobile testing approach.
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Test automation has hit a fever pitch recently—and for good reason. As companies build towards an agile testing environment, they are finding automation necessary to achieve the level of code coverage they desire (and need) to provide an optimal user experience.
Especially from the QA perspective, the variety of different devices, systems and versions can be a real challenge.
Speed kills, but that holds true in a variety of ways when it comes to test automation. It is true that automation can significantly increase the speed at which you are testing and help you expand your code coverage. It is also true that by trying to automate too much (or the wrong things) too fast, you can set yourself back a long way.