There could be more options, some that come to mind right now:
The number of days should be an easily configurable number,
definitely not a hard-coded value. It should be possible to change it
with no need to release a new version of the application. Therefore
you can test that the system is picking up different values. You can
choose lower numbers for the ...
I'm not sure you can update sensor inputs in all other mobiles at same time by using one device, because each and every mobile has different sensors and you can invoke that sensors only from that mobile device.
try to connect multiple android devices with appium
join this chat it will help you https://discuss.appium.io/t/using-appium-to-run-tests-on-...
This is a common question in a software testing company. However you can easily cover and manage 300 test cases of the application. Below are some of the points which will help you out:
1.1 Identify the critical modules of the application.
1.2 Prioritize the TestCases.(Like P1,P2....)
1.3 Re-factor the testcases.
1.4 Create Sanity and Regression test cases.
First of all, you can't cover 100%.
Now, the answer to your question is that prioritize your test case according to your web application.
I.e. check the highest priority test case.
Secondly, check with issues that occur mostly in the application.
Thirdly, check the cases which can impact to other processes.