Mobile Testing

About Mobile Testing

Mobile testing is basically of two types:

  • Mobile Application Testing
  • Mobile Hardware Testing

In this article we will focus only on Mobile Application testing as testing hardware would involve hardware machinery and other products which only add extra money to your pocket and most of the time it is only done by manufacturer of the product. As the name suggests Mobile Application Testing, it basically involves processes through which we can test the functionality of the Applications designed for the mobile devices like phones and tablets.


What are the Objectives of  Mobile Testing Course?

  • to demonstrate and prove that use of 3rd generation access techniques results in equal or better end-user access experiences as compared to the existing, 2nd generation approaches to identify and develop the right combination of developer’s tools aiding in creating accessible applications which leverage sets of pre-built and accessibility enabled user interface components for desktop, mobile, and rich Internet applications


What are the prerequisites of  Mobile testing Course?

Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager  Mobile Device Management requires prerequisites be in place on site systems that will support mobile devices and that a proper certificate infrastructure is accessible to mobile devices. This topic describes the three types of prerequisites that are required, and the certificate infrastructure that enables the mobile device to be managed once the mobile device.



How do i learn Mobile Testing Course?

  1. Appium: It is a open source test automation framework for mobile web apps.
  2. TestingWhiz: TestingWhiz allows you to automate mobile web testing for Android and iOS on a variety of browsers, operating systems and emulators. It is powered by Appium, which lets you automate tests of any native and hybrid mobile apps from UI level down to the complete back-end and functional-level testing on real devices and simulators.


Future Scope of  Mobile Testing

The scope of mobile testing in India is very good.

Some of the best Mobile Testing Tools are :-

Open Source :-

Appium (Android and iOS)

Robotium (Android)

Protractor (For Angular Web Pages)


SeeTest (Android, iOS and Windows)

Ranorex(Android and iOS)

The number of consumer and enterprise based mobile applications have grown significantly over the past few years. Software companies that develop mobile applications need to ensure that the developed Mobile apps meet the requirements of customer. Mobile application testing process is different from the desktop and web based application testing process as there are diverse hardware platforms, Operating systems, device sizes and network specifications. Mobile testing is also complex and time consuming than a desktop or web based testing.

Typically, the functionality, performance, network, security, compatibilty and usability of a mobile app are tested as part of mobile app testing. Students will be learning about the Emulators and Tools required for Mobile testing. Students will also learn the mobile automation testing frameworks like Appium.



Mobile Testing Course Outline

Introduction to Mobile Application Testing
Overview of Mobile World

Market size and figures
Players in the Mobile Space
Target audiences and customers
Business Model in Mobile Space
Overview of Mobile Devices
Different types of Mobile Applications
Mobile Application Architecture
Client-side architecture
Server-side architecture
Connection Types
Development Platforms for Mobile Applications
Mobile Applications Test Types

Challenges of mobile application testing
Testing in Mobile Space
Emulators & Simulators
Differences in Mobile & Conventional Application Testing
Mobile Testing Types
Testing for the devices
Testing for the connectivity
Testing applications on different platforms
Mobile specific testing
Testing different types of mobile applications
Common test types applied to mobile testing
Field testing
Mobile Application Testing Process & Techniques
Mobile test Process and Strategy

Test Process
Test Levels
Agile and Mobile Application Development
Test Coverage
Test Design Techniques Used for Mobile Testing

Equivalence Class Partitioning
Boundary Value Analysis
Decision Table
State Transition Testing
Experience-Based Testing Techniques

Test Environment and Test Lab
Mobile Application Testing Training Reviews
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