Developing and testing software for mobile devices presents its own set of challenges. In this track participants will learn mobile testing techniques from real-world experiences as presented by a selection of industry experts.

1 Automation Framework, 2 Apps, 3 Platforms Tested!

In a team which is developing mobile apps for multiple platforms, it becomes extremely difficult to maintain multiple Automation codebases and frameworks to test the app. This becomes a bigger problem when the same team is churning out multiple flavours of the same app. What this session will showcase is how we have built an […]

Strategies to Break Native Applications

Mobile apps are being used in virtually every industry by a variety of different end users and customers. They are becoming one of the most widely-used ways customers are interacting with companies and with each other – but their experiences with these apps can strongly impact how they will be used in the future, if […]

How CI/CD Changes Everything in Mobile Application Development

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) enable development teams to seamlessly incorporate continuous feedback while improving software quality. This means that your mobile applications are constantly being updated, improved and delivered. It represents a win for your development team, who can finally say goodbye to long development lead times. And it is a win for […]

Deliver High-Quality Mobile Apps with Continuous Testing

With hundreds of mobiles, tablets, and wearables running different versions of iOS and Android, automated continuous testing is the only sane way to address mobile testing. Tom Chavez presents a review of automated testing tools for mobile apps, including tools that require writing tests in a programming language and tools that record and play back […]

ASTQB Certified Mobile Tester (Day 2)

2 Day Course: 9/19 – 9/20 The Mobile Tester Foundation course, created by Rex Black, President of RBCS, Inc. (RBCS), past President of the International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB), past President of the American Software Testing Qualifications Board (ASTQB), Chair of the ISTQB Agile Tester Working Group, and a reviewer of the ASTQB Mobile […]

Workshop: Hands on Testing with Proxies

STP Radio: STPCon Speaker – Richard Bradshaw a.k.a. @FriendlyTester Most web/mobile applications are clients, in the sense that they are just interfaces for the main system. The main system being a set of API’s that the application communicates with, or a web server returning some data. When testing applications, most people tend to focus on […]

Mobile App Testing is Not Something Special

Mobile app testing has become an important “field of testing” these days. It is even considered as a specialists work like performance testing or security testing. A different kind of skill set is required according to some agencies if you want to do mobile app testing. I have my doubts. Of course this is a […]

Cross Platform Mobile Test Automation Using Appium

Mobile devices are taking over the world and quickly outpacing the use of traditional desktop machines. But how should we test them? Jonah Stiennon has spent the past two years working with a team of open source contributors at Sauce Labs to establish Appium as the industry standard for cross-platform mobile test automation. A Node.js […]

Advanced Automated Visual Testing

Automated visual testing is a major emerging trend in the dev / test community. In this talk you will learn what visual testing is and why it should be automated. We will take a deep dive into some of the technological challenges involved with visual test automation and show how modern tools address them. We […]

Fail Proof Tests in Any Browser with Selenium

What happens when you have thousands of tests that run beautifully in Chrome, but half of them fail in Internet Explorer? Unfortunately, this scenario is all too common for developers, and remains a major sore point for teams tasked with getting software out the door that gives the user a great experience in any browser. […]