Join a live webinar or watch a past webinar on demand
Join Kristian DeVito, Senior Solution Engineer, to learn how Sauce Labs mobile app diagnostics help developers adopt test signals across the SDLC, capture network issues, get complete context on errors, and understand the application behavior.
In today’s post-pandemic, recession-signaling environment, a business system is built for scale if it can both support high growth and adapt to shifting market conditions. Like any other enterprise business system, quality engineering programs will face this same measuring stick in the years ahead. This means the stakes are higher for the architecture decisions that product teams make when designing and operationalizing their quality engineering systems.
APIs are the foundation of all modern applications. They enable and facilitate communication between different systems, like a website and its backend or a microservices architecture. That’s why the root cause of issues within mobile apps are often traced back to friction between APIs.
Test automation is mission-critical to releasing quality mobile apps faster. However, to win in a highly competitive market, teams should build a holistic mobile testing strategy that connects the customer experience to end-to-end testing.
Between the modern remote/hybrid workforce and constantly evolving mobile landscape, maintaining physical and on-premise mobile devices is posing an increasing risk to organizations. Refusing to adapt to a cloud-based solution slows down app releases and can negatively impact your bottom line.
With more people and tools invested in the software development lifecycle, the complexity of mobile app lifecycle management continues to increase, bogging down the development velocity.
To ship quality code at a higher release velocity, developers need the tools and capabilities that help them identify the root cause of test failures and errors in code, faster.
In the Every Experience Matters survey report from Sauce Labs, 53% of respondents would uninstall a mobile app if it froze or crashed. Long load times (58%) were cited as one of the top reasons to abandon an app. With mobile app and API performance top-of-mind at most companies, why do development, testing and SRE teams continue to trust in traditional stress/load tests and uptime or synthetic monitors that provide only a false sense of security about performance in the real world?
The growing mobile market shows no signs of slowing down: Statista projects that 18.22 billion mobile devices will be connected by 2025, an increase of 4.2 billion compared to 2020. With soaring mobile device adoption and increasing user expectations, it’s more important than ever to build a robust mobile testing strategy.
Join Google’s Jecelyn Yeen, Developer Advocate, Chrome, and Sauce Labs’ Kunal Jain, Director of Product, to learn how to use the new Chrome DevTools Recorder panel to record user flows and create Puppeteer tests to run on Sauce Labs with saucectl.
Join Mike Donovan, VP of Product, Test Automation at Sauce Labs, as he discusses how a DevOps Test Toolchain focused on mobile can help address common market challenges.
The modern workplace is more diverse than ever. Interested parties include whole strata of incredibly talented people whose needs are regularly overlooked through poor design & development, and a failure to comply with disability and accessibility regulations around the world.