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@Talya Ostrovsky Lit - 1) You can use some application which can change your location, easily available on Google app store. or you can search some more application such as "hola" 2) Or you can you simulator and emulator for such testing.
Run the application on an emulator, it should give you a way to define location Ask the developer to allow you to inject mock locations through some sort of API 2.1 Mocking can be done at the app level- i.e. don't read the location from the GPS 2.2 You did not mention a platform, but Android and I suppose iOS too have the possibility to mock a location ...
If a font-family is set on the body tag in your stylesheet, then that font will apply to nearly every element throughout your site (form and table elements being the exception where you have to redeclare the font-family for those). The only time the font-family declared on the body won't apply is if it's overridden by a different font-family applied on ...
Is there a load testing of a mobile app? Short answer: Yes there is. Long answer: Well you can test the performance of your app on the device. You can test, how much memmory it occupies? How much battery does it utilize? What happens if you have several other apps open and then open your app? Does it hang up the phone? How much time does it take to ...
I would recommend using Apache JMeter for this, it comes with Proxy server so you will be able to record your test scenario and replay it with increased number of virtual users You can also use Mobile Recorder service which is the simpler way of capturing mobile device traffic and converting it into a JMeter test.
5000 users using the App simultaneously is mostly load testing for the server. But why do you care about names and definitions? Just think about what do you want to test your App for. "Load" can be as simple as a monkey-user hitting buttons, or it could be heavy computations done on a loaded CPU, or trying to transfer a large amount of data over a poor ...
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