In this post I want to give you some insights in my daily working life as a mobile tester especially which tools I use to test mobile apps. I got ask this question several times while attending conferences or I have been asked via eMail. Which tools are you using for mobile testing. In this post I want to give you the answer to this question.
One remark, the tools I am using in my current project are best for my current situation but this must not be the case for you and your project. Please keep this in mind and don’t just use the tools I am using. This might not be the best fit for your project and your software development environment. Read more
Today (29/09/2014) is a sad day for me, because the Mobile App Europe conference in Potsdam/ Berlin has started and I can’t attend because of sickness. I was really looking forward to attend the conference as a speaker and as a attendee, to talk to so many great people from the mobile app business but now I can’t :(.
The Mobile App Europe conference was not just a normal conference for me, no it was something special. I had the chance as a program chair to help the great organizers to setup the program, that you guys now can enjoy. I really hope you enjoy the talks and that you will learn something new.
In the last couple of weeks I worked a lot on my slides and I don’t want to hide them from you. I just uploaded them to slideshare. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask them. Get in contact with me, or write a comment to this post.
In the slides you will also find my latest project ;), that will be available in the next couple of weeks.
Isn’t ironic that there are so many Android test automation tools and it took me half a year to stumble up on Spoon?
Spoon is an Android test automation tool that is able to run your written java tests on several devices at the same time WITHOUT rooting the device.
Spoon is developed by the company Square, the company already open sourced some really nice tools (see the Open Source Space). Read more