Track: Mobile Application Testing
The nature of the mobile industry is in constant flux with new devices, browser and operating system versions being released constantly. Mobile testers have to keep device, browser and OS combinations in mind with multiple IDEs and testing tools to come up with risk assessment and test approaches. Usage of built-in SDK utilities, vendor tools and command line goodies are explored in this session. Testing tool options for both native and mobile web applications with ideas on what selection criteria should be used are showcased with recommendations. The required skill level of mobile application testers is slightly higher. For instance, available testing tools expect access to application source code with basic knowledge of Java/Objective C for native apps testing; understanding of ecosystems (Eclipse /Android SDK, Xcode/iOS SDK etc); and knowledge of browsers and different rendering engines with their effect on how pages are rendered is essential. This session will provide a framework to manage all these dimensions of mobile testing.
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Uday Thonangi – Software Test Engineer Lead, Progressive Insurance
Uday Thonangi has over 10 years of experience testing applications built for client server, AS400 and mobile. He has over 2 years’ experience testing, training, setting up processes, building test environments and evaluating tools for mobile applications. He has built test harnesses using Objective C (for iOS) and Java (for Android). He has trained multiple testers on how to test mobile applications mentored and evangelized risk assessment and test approach construction for mobile apps. Progressive has multiple applications built for native (iOS and Android) and mobile web. Uday is the Solutions Architect for establishing an Enterprise Mobile Testing Capability Roadmap.