Tom Chavez, SOASTA
Mobile testing is getting harder: more devices, multiple operating systems, higher quality expectations and shorter development cycles. Much of mobile app testing is manual and moving to automation is a requirement. But where do you start?
In order to align mobile testing with product strategies and market goals, you need to first know your user, and how they will use the app. Knowing the app and how it is designed to be used, and how users may actually be using it differently, is key to testing to satisfy users, not the designers. With test matrices vastly larger than ever,
prioritizing tests into “must-do’s” and “nice-to-haves” is necessary to make the testing process manageable. There are so many devices on the market, and you have to determine which are required, which are optional, which to purchase, and which you might borrow or rent from a device cloud. Tom advises how to know which tests to automate, and which should remain manual, as well as how back-end performance affects user experience.
Come learn from Tom a 7-step process and the tools you can use to improve the testing process and answer all of these questions to deliver the testing process to meet the project goals.