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// Android and iOS Application testing

Mobile application testing

// How do we test Android applications?

Android mobile app testing

In order to ensure that our applications will be well-received by their users, we need to be certain that they are free of bugs. This is dependent on the amount and quality of conducted tests. Android application testing is determined by the technology used to develop the product. We perform manual and automatic tests of Android applications. Our tests cover automatic UI testing, integration testing and unit testing. Android applications are often written in Java, Kotlin, React Native and Flutter.  We conduct automatic and manual tests in all of these technologies.

Manual and automatic testing of Android mobile applications
Automatic and manual testing of iOS applications
// How do we test iOS applications?

iOS application testing

Contrary to Android, iOS application testing requires specific hardware. For example, if a tester works on Windows, Linux or any other OS other than macOS, he needs to use special emulators which tend to be expensive and influence the price of tests. However, with an Apple macOS computer, we can use the built-in Xcode native emulator. The efficiency of testing will depend primarily on the amount and quality of tests performed. iOS application testing efficiency also depends on the technology used to build the application. We cover iOS tests for applications developed in Swift, Objective-C, React Native and Flutter.

// How do we test mobile apps?

Best technologies for mobile app testing

At iMakeable, our developers create unit tests during the functionality development process. When the code passes these tests, our testing team performs manual tests. Then, our QA specialists write automatic tests which will also be used in further software development processes to check if older modules work perfectly with newer ones. We like to use Mocha, Jest, Selenoid and TestDroid for mobile application testing. We also cover tests in other programming languages used to develop mobile applications.

// iOS and Android automatic testing in iMakeable

Mobile application automatic tests

01
Module specification
At the beginning, our development team discusses the basic details of any given functionality with the Project Manager.
02
Unit tests
Afterwards, our software developers begin writing unit tests based on the supplied documentation.
03
E2E tests
After manual testing of the functionalities, our QA specialists create e2e tests with tools like Selendroid or TestDroid

Automatic tests are run with commands, programs or scripts. It is necessary to write automatic tests during the software development process, as they give us information about any bugs present in new functionalities. Automatic tests include unit tests, regression tests, integration tests or e2e tests.

// Manual testing in iMakeable

Manual tests

01
Module specification
At the beginning, our development team discusses the basic details of any given functionality with the Project Manager.
02
Unit tests
Afterwards, our software developers begin to write unit tests and forward a ready module to manual testers.
03
Manual testing
Manual testers test the module of given application on different platforms and compare them to supplied documentation.

At first sight, manual tests don’t seem to be necessary because the software development team has tested the code. Nothing is further from the truth! Since testers do not develop the application’s code, they have a substantially different point of view when testing, which results in much more efficient bug reporting.

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