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Testing with old versions makes little sense. Only do it to familiarize QA team with new features (if changes are not radical), and develop testing protocols and tools. To deal with changes in system to be released, we use "soft freeze" and "hard freeze". During "soft freeze" changes in released software need to be approved by QA (and are evaluated for ...
It is important to note the difference between system under test versus test system failures. It is also important to assess this risk as early as possible during test planning. General rule is to test in the known functional test environment that is as up-to-date as possible. If the risk materializes that new relevant 3rd party software releases during ...
Well it depends, and to get the best answer you will have to decide where and how do you want to look at packets. The best place to look for packet loss is the application itself since packets can get lost inside the application or on their war from the OS network stack to the application. Skype for example shows some of this information in the "Call ...
You'll find OWASP to be a great resource for security/penetration testing. Start here for iOS.
Use Android Studio for taking such kind of profiling. Launch Android Device Monitor after connecting your debug device. Click on Start Method profiling Now, perform an activity that you would want to measure. Like, moving from one view to another that might also include some network communication with backend. Once the activity is completed, click on stop ...
Have you looked at Appium? I haven't used it but I think it's pretty much selenium for native app testing. http://appium.io/
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