Description

  • QA departments already are facing pressure to test their web applications for mobile devices and potentially test their own organizations native mobile applications. To test mobile devices, testers must learn to deliver quick, extensive, and successful tests on mobile devices. Many testers attempt to apply what they know to mobile testing, and why that may work for some functional testing, it often leaves many critical features untested. Untested, critical faults can mean a swift end to a mobile application in the market. Thus, learning how to identify common issues in mobile applications and how to properly test the unique aspects of a mobile application is the only way to be successful.
Audience
  • Software testers
  • Technical support
  • Business analysts
  • Test managers
Requirements
  • N/A
Objectives
  • Understand what makes mobile application testing different from standard software testing
  • Learn some of the underlying technologies behind mobile devices and how testing is affected
  • Explore the different types of mobile applications and how to test for each
  • Get hands on experience with different mobile testing tooling, including:
  • Exploratory Testing
  • Testing with Simulators, Emulators, and Physical Devices
  • Service Testing
  • Cloud Emulation Testing
  • Test Automation using Selenium IDE
  • Globalization Testing
  • Discover how mobile applications work and different techniques for testing them

Curriculum

  • Introduction to Mobile Testing
  • What is Mobile Testing?
  • Why is Mobile Testing Important?
  • What Do You Need to Know to Be a Good Mobile Tester?
  • Mobile Application SDLC
  • Mobile Application Types
  • Mobile Web
  • Native Apps
  • Developer Tools
  • Unique Mobile Testing Considerations
  • Mobile Test Strategy and Planning
  • Mobile Testing Tools
  • Simulators
  • Emulators
  • Cloud Emulators
  • Remote Data Access
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Physical Device
  • Mobile Testing Scoping
  • Mobile Testing Techniques
  • Exploratory testing
  • Service/API Testing
  • Device Access
  • Security Testing
  • Back-end Testing
  • Internationalization and Localization Testing
  • Test Automation
  • Network Testing
  • Performance Testing
  • Submission Guidelines Testing
  • Compatibility Testing
  • Personas
  • Risk Management