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It will be difficult to maintain SeeTest automation using POM because if we declare all the paths like public static By launchpad_button = By.xpath("//*[@id='text']"); but the commands in SeeTest are like below driver.client.elementSendText("NATIVE", "xpath=//*[@id='text']", 0 ,"Testing"); So you need to add xpath again while using SeeTest commands ...


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Disclaimer: I have been using TestingWhiz for automating mobile apps testing. Mobile application testing is considered as one of the important term or the part of software testing, as it is used to verify and validate the overall functioning of the mobile apps. Day by day, we see the drastic growth in mobile app development, as each day, so many mobile apps ...


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"For testing mobile mobile web apps or native mobile apps, the best solution I know calls SeeTest, It allows you to run mobile test on iOS, Android, WindowsPhone and blackBerry. You can do parallel execution and integrate with CI systems. It is by far more stable and comprehensive set of tools for testing any aspect of application. "


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In my opinion, the best way to get into the mobile testing world is to use Experitest's tools. They are very easy to use (you can learn how to use the tools in about a week, or less) and they cover pretty much everything you need including manual and automation tests.


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Performance testing for a mobile app is essential. If your mobile application takes more than 3 seconds to load a page, you lose trust. Your app loses it's professional seal of approval and people will go from not engaging on it, not buying the products it offers, to discarding the app completely. Companies lose billions of dollars each year from users ...


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Question 1: Is it useful to do separate load testing on a mobile App? So, can we say load testing of a mobile App is actually load testing of the web API...? Answer 1: Depending on the nature of testing it is always advised to run at least a subset of tests on real devices. The resources available on mobile devices are hugely different in comparison to PCs/...


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To answer your first question, Is it useful to do separate load testing on a mobile App? It is very useful to do a separate load testing for a mobile application because, the raise of several mobile network technologies, such as 2G, 3G, 4G, etc. has led to variations in response times with increasing load on the server. The application owner needs to ...


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Kind of a late response but still, in addition to what Venky has suggested from an Android Perspective, there are several tools available for iOS as well. These tools come along with XCode Instruments. 1. CPU: A) Time Profiler B) Activity Monitor 2. RAM: A) Activity Monitor B) Allocations C) VM Tracker D)Leaks 3. Battery: A) Energy Diagnostics B) Batter ...


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Your approach should be no problem, but you need to make sure the class and the property index again. as you know, maybe not all of the properties is available. for example the object properties is like this: on your test cases, you can call it by using xpath like this: //android.widget.EditText[@index='12'] or //android.widget.EditText[1] or //...



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