Today, businesses compete in an increasingly mobile-centric marketplace. Modern mobile testing teams can no longer take a backseat in ensuring overall application quality. In their efforts to find the ideal environment to run automated mobile tests, organizations are conflicted between real mobile devices and emulators/simulators. One option promises more accurate test results, while the other delivers greater agility.
This white paper argues that organizations should use both these options according to their strengths for a best-of-breed mobile testing environment. It suggests a working model that can be applied to QA workflows right away for maximum benefit.
Download the white paper and learn how to:
Increase real device and test coverage
Economically scale mobile test automation
Cover the breadth of mobile use cases with the right mix of real and virtual devices
Take a hybrid or T-shaped approach for choosing where to run which tests