Maybe some of you, especially the german speaking readers of my blog, have noticed it. I am now writing blog post from time to time also on Mobile-Zeitgeist. Mobile-Zeitgeist is a known german blog about the mobile world which covers topics like mobile marketing, mobile advertisement, mobile commerce, mobile web & apps, mobile markets, mobile solutions, mobile development and any kind of mobile technologies. Besides that mobile-zeitgeist is also providing a mobile job section.
Since years, I am a reader of this blog and in the beginning of this year I thought, why not writing for them to add some mobile testing topics to this great blog. I contacted Heike Scholz, who is the creator of this blog and she really liked my commitment to contribute to the blog.
My first blog post was a general overview of mobile testing and the challenges that mobile testers need to solve.
|Mobile App Testing – Ein Überblick | mobile zeitgeist Mobile App Testing ist kein Hexenwerk, erfordert jedoch gegenüber den bekannten Software Testverfahren ein paar Anpassungen.|
The second post was about mobile device fragmentation and how to solve this challenge with so called mobile device groups.
|Android Fragmentation: Mobile Apps effektiv testen | mobile zeitgeist Die zunehmende Fülle verschiedener Geräte mit Android (Fragmentation) zwingt auch beim App-Testing zu vereinfachten Verfahren.|
The third one is about the mobile device coverage index from the company Perfecto Mobile.
|Mobile Testing: Auf welchen Geräten muss man testen? | mobile zeitgeist Welche Devices muss man aussuchen, will man möglichst viele Varianten in seinem Zielmarkt abdecken. Hilfe in Zeiten der Fragmentierung.|
There will be more mobile testing posts from me on mobile-zeitgeist in the near future. But don’t worry! My blog will be the central place where I write about new stuff in the mobile testing world as well as new ideas, tools and anything that is maybe of interest for you.
Whenever I write a new article for mobile-zeitgeist, I will add the posts to my publications section as well as on my Adventures in QA Facebook page.