Testing iOS and Android apps
Testing apps for Android
If we want our mobile application to be well received by users, we need to ensure it doesn't have any bugs. The effectiveness of catching errors in Android apps depends on the number and quality of tests conducted. Android app testing is influenced by the language the app is written in and the technologies used. We test Android apps both manually and automatically. Automatic tests include unit tests, integration tests, and automatic UI tests. Android apps are most often written in Java, Kotlin, or using technologies such as React Native or Flutter, and we offer services in these languages for creating both manual and automatic tests.
Testing iOS apps
Testing iOS applications requires appropriate hardware, unlike testing Android apps. If a tester works on a Windows, Linux, or any system other than macOS, they are forced to use paid emulators. However, if we have a macOS device, we can use the native emulator built into Xcode. The ability to catch errors largely depends on the number and quality of tests. iOS app testing is also conditioned by the language the app is written in and the technologies used. We test iOS apps both manually and automatically. iOS apps are often written in Swift, Objective-C, or using technologies such as React Native or Flutter.
The best technologies for testing mobile applications
At iMakeable, programmers write unit tests during the development of a specific feature. They then pass the feature to a tester, who manually tests the software. If the test results are positive, our QA specialist writes automatic tests. When creating subsequent features, we run tests to ensure that our changes have not had undesired effects on the app. At iMakeable, we like to use technologies such as Mocha, Jest, Selendroid, and TestDroid for testing mobile apps. Of course, we also write tests using programming languages and technologies we use in iOS and Android apps.
Java is a programming language that works particularly well in large-scale projects where the system is to be made available to a broad audience due to easier maintenance and application scalability and native security solutions. This is why Java is often used in Fintec...
Flutter is a mobile application development framework developed by Google that allows for simultaneous development for both Android and iOS platforms. It's based on the Dart language and is known for its highly efficient rendering and flexible widgets that enable the cr...
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