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Recap: Best Practices in Mobile CI [Webinar]

Thanks to those of you who joined us for our last webinar, Best Practices in Mobile Continuous Integration, with Kevin Rohling. The webinar covered topics like: What makes mobile CI so different Best ways to use emulators and simulators in testing Suggestions for CI tools and mobile testing frameworks Missed the presentation, want to hear it again, or share with a colleague? Listen to the [...]

Best Practices in Mobile CI [WEBINAR]

Modern organizations today feel immense pressure to deliver better software faster, and this is no different in the mobile space. The best practice of Continuous Integration for web dev has been embraced for years as it is a proven mechanism that accelerates production cycles. However,mobile developers have been slow to adopt CI, despite needing a quick go-to-market plan. In large part, this is [...]

Guest Post: All About Mobile Continuous Integration

CI’s not a new thing. Wikipedia says the phrase was first used back in 1994, way before modern mobile apps. Today it’s commonplace in many dev shops for developers to expect that their code is automatically tested when they commit and even automatically deployed to a staging environment. For mobile developers though, it’s been a slow road to adopting many of these same [...]

Speed up Selenium with Application Mocks

Let’s face it, we all know Selenium is slow. Not the Selenium scripts themselves, but the process of interacting with the operating system and browser drivers, in addition to your application’s own responsiveness. Luckily for us, there’s a great way to speed up functional testing in Selenium by combining a comprehensive parallel testing grid with application mocks. Solutions like Sauce that [...]

Repost: Testing in a Real Browser with Sauce Labs + Travis CI
Posted by Bill McGee in Continuous Integration

This post comes from our friend Sam Saccone, who wrote a nice how-to on using Sauce Connect and Travis CI. Check out the original post on his blog. I recently found myself implementing a basic set of JavaScript integration tests on an open source project. I quickly came to the realization that there is a serious lack of good documentation on how to get a basic browser test running on a Travis CI [...]

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