Are you a mobile app developer? Do you test each and every app before its release? Well, you will be amazed to hear that most of the mobile app developers don’t test their mobile app before release. Yes, it’s true!

Developers don’t focus on testing maybe because they are not that much experienced, but this is not really very good practice. But not testing apps make the developers irritated those who take mobile app development seriously. At the same time, the apps can’t be trusted before testing, such apps can fail at any moment. Without testing a mobile app can also cause harm to the reputation of developers. Simpalm provides comprehensive QA & Testing Training to individuals and aspiring candidates in the USA.

Mobile users lose trust in poor performing applications. In a recent survey, it is found that customers remember the unsuccessful apps more than those of successful ones.  They also hesitate to use other apps with the same developers. To avoid such problems mobile apps must follow below three properties:

  • Be natural
  • The app must be free from bugs
  • One should not be resource slave.

Simpalm is a leading custom app development company in Maryland, and have gained significant experience in mobile app testing. Some tips for successful app testing are below:

Concentrate on one thing and make yourself an expert in that

Pick one dialect and one machine to test Web applications. Locate the right combo that resounds with designers and stick with it. Case in point, Selenium was really great at testing JavaScript-substantial Web applications. Be that as it may, it truly exceeded expectations at driving Firefox on either OS X or Linux with Java customer libraries. This was the “executioner combo” that resounded with designers. Firefox was their most loved program and MacBooks were their most loved advancement machine. Java presumably wasn’t their most loved programming dialects, yet it’s what most huge scale Web applications were composed in.

No gathering needed

Try not to oblige designers to adjust their applications in any capacity just to begin utilizing your test library. Engineers ought to have the capacity to test their application “as-may be.” There are a few reasons this is vital — some specialized, others socially. Engineers need to keep the surface territory of their applications as little as would be prudent. Having additional code lying around in the application prompts a pointless increment in record size and another potential vector for bugs or security gaps. Furthermore, a few groups accused of test robotization are isolated from the designers who assembled the application. They need to compose tests, yet they may not have any (or possible, a simple) approach to adjust the source just to make it automatable. Yes, that is miserable and wrong, however a reality for some associations. The slightest you can do is make their lives somewhat more agreeable.

Make the stone soup

Like the society story where a town transformed a pot and a basic stone into delightful soup, testing projects need bunches of assistance from loads of individuals to take care of business. In the first place the projects may come up short, yet after some time and with heaps of help they make strides. You needn’t bother with a nitty-gritty guide, yet you do need to tell individuals what mountain you’re climbing. In the event that you begin sufficiently little, yet think beyond practical boundaries enough, you might conceivably have the capacity to persuade outsiders to help you on your trip to testing achievement.

Smart thoughts originate from all over

Be inviting of thoughts from different activities. What’s more, once in a while, union and unite. It’s imperative to be modest and know your venture’s shortcomings. When somebody tags along and settles every one of your issues, and they awkwardly didn’t illuminate them in your own particular codebase, don’t get frantic. Rather, persuade them to assume control over your undertaking.

Be amateur cordial

Amateurs need some assistance. Try not to abandon them hanging. Concentrate on the “initial 15 minutes” experience. In spite of the fact that it’s questionable in the testing scene, you ought to think about having as a record and playback device for helping new clients compose their first test. What’s more, similar to a decent tutor, urge them not to manhandle the device.

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    Piyush Jain

    Piyush Jain is the CEO and Founder of Simpalm. He leads the business and engineering team to build the mobile and web product solution for clients. He loves to write thought leadership articles on IoT, Mobile, Blockchain, BigData, Web and other software technologies.