Mobile Application Testing: Module 1

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Automation Testing & Manual Testing

Mobile has gradually landed itself at a place where everyone is depending on the it for completing their day-to-day tasks. Its a device that not only connects you to people but services and products as well.

These services and products are accessed by people via different applications. To make sure that these applications meet general and specific user requirements, mobile application testing plays very important role.

Earlier applications were tested manually but as the industry is moving toward more automated ways, mobile application testing has also moved towards automation techniques to reduce manual dependency and manual efforts.

Explaining a little bit about how manual testing and automation testing works.

Manual Testing

Manual testing is used for verification and validation of all app functionalities according the business niche requirements.

It includes writing the test cases and its execution by human efforts.

Types of Manual Testing

Mobile application testing

White Box Testing implies testing of each and every line of code in the program.

Black Box Testing implies verifying the functionality against requirement specifications.

Automation Testing

Mobile application testing    In automation testing, test cases are executed by test scripts.

Mobile application testing    It reduces turnaround time to deliver a good working product and it reduces manual efforts as well as business expenses.

Mobile application testing    Errors occurred after every commit can be easily recognized using automation testing and thus it saves testers from doing monotonous jobs.

Mobile application testing   Automation testing improves testing efficiency, test coverage and thoroughness in testing.

Automation Approaches For Different Kinds Of Applications

Mobile Application Testing

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  1. Everyone must read this blog, this all provided knowledge is unique than other Software testing blog, Sharing very deep knowledge about White box testing.
    Thanks, keep updating.

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