Kajal Jain

Kajal is a software testing enthusiast and an avid writer, She enjoys talking about latest trends in testing world.

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Usability Testing for Mobile Applications

Mar 18, 2020 11:38:19 PM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, Usability Testing

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Usability Of Mobile application is the single most important factor in deciding the future of application.

Increased mobile phone penetration in life has led us to thousands of applications currently available for download on app stores. Thus, businesses must conduct mobile application usability testing for new apps that aim to stand out among the rest.

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Performance Testing for Mobile Applications

Mar 18, 2020 11:35:11 PM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, Performance Testing, mobile testing

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Mobile first means every application must also be tested for performance on mobile.

Mobile applications are a significant business channel for enterprises today. Thanks to mobile apps, businesses can automate their core functions efficiently. They not only improve employee efficiency, communication to the end-user but also customer outreach. As a matter of fact, a user spoilt for choice will simply switch off an app that suffers from performance issues. Mobile apps should make the business interface available to an end-user at the click of a button. 

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Automation Testing for Mobile Applications

Mar 18, 2020 11:33:55 PM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing

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Mobile apps are set to hit $57 billion mark in direct revenue to mobile app developers in 2020. Even app businesses with years of experience sometimes fail to keep pace with the demand of the users. More and more app development companies are looking for ways to speed up the process of releasing an app to market, simultaneously laying emphasis on its quality. Business looking for ways to produce a high quality mobile app fast enough, count on mobile automation testing. They leverage mobile automation testing tools to speed up the development and test process for delivering higher quality apps.

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508 Compliance Testing for Mobile Applications

Mar 18, 2020 11:32:56 PM / by Kajal Jain posted in 508 Compliance Testing

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Section 508 is a part of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, which, in turn, is part of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Act prescribes that the agencies are lawfully required to make such technology fully accessible for anyone to see at any given time. Thus, tech businesses must ensure their electronic and information technology is fully accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. This particular Section makes it easier for people with less ability than the average person, such as walking, speaking, or sensory deprivation, to access the same programs or even apps, rights, and advantages that a fully non-disabled person would get. 

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User Acceptance Testing for Mobile Applications

Mar 18, 2020 11:29:25 PM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, User Acceptance Testing

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Mobile application user acceptance testing is essentially a verification process. This kind of testing ensures that the mobile app is functional enough to meet the desired criteria set by the business. UAT allows a group of testers to "use" the mobile application to check how it works. Successful UAT can drive the app products towards app store approval and better ROIs in the app market. With the ultimate goal of meeting a user's expectations, it calls for the participation of actual software user testers. Furthermore, it records and corrects defects that users report. All in all, it validates the mobile apps against business requirements. 

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Manual Testing for Mobile Applications

Mar 18, 2020 3:29:00 AM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, Manual testing

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When it comes to mobile apps, businesses strive hard to make world-class user experiences a reality for their users. Understandably, manual software testing of mobile apps has become an integral part of the mobile app testing process.

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Security Testing for Mobile Applications

Mar 15, 2020 1:07:22 AM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing

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Every successful software application development cycle characterizes an element of security testing. With the massive surge in the increase in the number of businesses turning to mobile-first practices, the rate of mobile cyber breaches has also spiked. Every cuber security breach results in massive losses for an app business. This is what makes mobile application security testing a useful tool in the mobile application testing process. Building security test cases for mobile applications allow enterprises to uncover security vulnerabilities in every part of the app environment. That is why security testing tools for mobile apps is done to find security holes on the app before attackers. Thus, modern mobile app businesses make security a part of the design and development of the mobile application.

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Top 17 Things to Note When Mobile Application Testing

Mar 14, 2020 8:18:29 PM / by Kajal Jain posted in mobile testing

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Mobile devices seem to have seamlessly transitioned from an ordinary means of communication into business tools of strategic importance. Further, with the advent of technology each day, our generation seems hopelessly hooked to their mobile smartphones, with no solution in sight.

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Top 15 Things to Note While Testing A Web Application

Feb 27, 2020 2:54:32 AM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, Web Application Testing

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User Acceptance Testing for Web Applications

Feb 27, 2020 2:40:36 AM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, Usability Testing, User Acceptance Testing

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User Acceptance testing (UAT) or End-User Testing is the final leg of the web application testing process. This particular kind of testing process calls for the participation of actual software user testers. The aim of the User Acceptance Testing of web apps is to ascertain that the developed software can handle required tasks in real-world scenarios. Also, it allows the development team to check if the final product is working according to specifications laid out during the designing phase.

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