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Mobile App Testing Strategies That Appentus Follows

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With the growing industry of mobile app development, the competition among the companies is also getting high and they are seeking to provide an error-free development solution that can deliver efficient performance. Mobile app QA testing is one of the strategies that most of the app development companies are using. QA determines Quality Assurance, in which a team of testers will execute codes based on the test cases to ensure the functionality of the app to find any kind of bugs or error. Hence we have discussed below the mobile app testing strategies followed by appentus technologies.

Most used Mobile Application Testing Techniques:

Manual Testing: This process is carried out by a QA professional who performs all the tests manually to identify any error in the software development process. The tester will make use of all the features and functionalities of the app to check if everything is executing efficiently or not. This Mobile Application Testing Technique is completely based on human and the chances of error in this process are also high. Initially, manual testing will begin with the test cases, the tester has to follow the task given in the test cases and execute them. Once they will be done with all the task a final report will be submitted which will contain the feedback of the test cases. These cases are designed by the developers to determine the quality of the application and to build an error-free application. 

However, this takes a lot of time to execute all the tests because they are done by humans but there is one advantage of manual testing that allows exploratory tests which are not possible in the case of automation testing.

Manual testing is best suitable for android devices as it can catch bugs and errors more easily that in IOs application. This is because, in iOS QA testing, there will be required several tools that are not possible for humans hence in IOS automation testing is a more preferable mobile app testing approach.

Automation Testing: With the automation testing, you can save time by making the complete mobile app QA testing process Automated. In this process, a coder or developer will write code for the automation system to check the errors and bugs in the development process. The testing process will be executed based on the codes and the instruction give to the machine. The main goal of this mobile app testing process is to reduce the testing time only. Automation for mobile app testing is more efficient than manual testing as it saves a lot of time. However, in the beginning, it will be a costly process but it will provide better results in the future.

The chances of errors in the automation process are very low because all the processes will be executed by the machine and it will evaluate the smallest thing in the application. 

Most of the developers and mobile app development company prefers Automation testing for iOS application as it can provide better results. The tools and features of the automation testing provide an easier way for the developers to execute the QA testing process easily.

Which method of Mobile App QA Testing is used by Appentus?

At Appentus Technologies, we always make sure to provide a quality-driven product to the client. Our team of developers always prefers to develop an error-free solution and to make it more efficient we make use of both the mobile app testing techniques. Our team of QA testers uses the mixture of both Automation and manual testing to make sure there is no sign of error left. This testing methodology ensures a fault-less application development process by leaving no gap in the technical and user interface unit. Hence, at the appentus, we make use of the mixture of both mobile app testing approaches to develop a high-quality application.

Now let us have a look at the intuitive mobile app testing strategies followed by us to develop an error-free application. This will determine the complete QA testing process followed by Appentus.

Strategies Followed By Appentus Technologies for QA testing:

  • A completely described and information test case is developed by the product team to make sure the application meets all the requirements of the clients.
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  • After this, we have the unit testing process, where the team of the developer will check all the units individually. A unit can be any part of the development process like class, modules, features, etc.
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  • After this, our QA mobile app testing team will check all the functions and the feature of the app to make sure they all are functioning properly. The functionality process will include an action button, navigation, etc.
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  • UI/UX testing process can be very complex sometimes, this is the reason this process is exclusively operated by the QA testers to deliver a user-friendly interface.
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  • Sometimes making a single change in the code can affect the complete functionality of the app. So regression testing is performed at the last to make sure the updates don’t affect the complete workflow of the application.
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  • After having all this a User acceptance testing is conducted where a group of people will use the app and will provide their valuable feedbacks. However, there were always been some issues left but it helps in making the app more efficient.

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