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How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
How to make sure your App isnt CrApp
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How to make sure your App isnt CrApp

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A presentation targeted towards Year 12s explaining different App Testing Strategies.

A presentation targeted towards Year 12s explaining different App Testing Strategies.

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  • Steve Jobs – Real Artists ShipWhat does it mean?
  • Unit testing: Making sure the functions are fit for use – they perform their desired tasks on a procedural level
  • Revision from user feedback: Old Menu > New Menu
  • Question: How many android devices do you think there are in the world?
  • The Bible of iOS App Development
  • Smoke Testing – Does the basics of the App work? E.g. does it start? Do my page transitions work?Sanity Testing – Does it work roughly as expected?Ad-hoc Testing – Just wing’ing it and hoping everything will work as expected. – No planFunctional Testing – Make sure all of the features function as expectedBoundary Testing – Test the limits of the input boxes, e.g. minimum characters, maximumUsability Testing – Testing the App on its potential users as to whether its understandable without explicit instructionCompatibility Testing – Does it work on my devices?Performance Testing – How well does it perform? Does it cope?Error Handling Testing – What happens in error cases? E.g. what if the text doesn’t fit in the box?Online & Offline Testing – Connection basedRegression Testing – Ensure that a change hasn’t broken something else!
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    • 1. App Testing Strategies Making sure your App isn’t crApp Gavin Jones Managing Director Christian Cook Research Director
    • 2. What is going to be covered?  Testing: What, How, Why?  White Box Testing  Black Box Testing  Compatibility Testing  Distributing Your App  Testing Your App
    • 3. Testing: What, How, Why?  Make sure your App works as intended  Testing is all about questions and answers  Your App has to work all of the time, not some of the time  1 million+ Apps in the iOS App Store & the Google Play Store2  Poor Apps get ignored – The App market is a cut-throat place  26% of the time customers never give the app a second try1  You should test everything thoroughly in different scenarios  On the other hand, testing needs to be cost-effective 1 First Impressions Matter! 26% of Apps Downloaded in 2010 Were Used Just Once http://www.localytics.com/blog/2011/first-impressions-26-percent-of-apps-downloaded-used-just-once/ 2 Number of available Android Applications http://www.appbrain.com/stats/number-of-android-apps
    • 4. Image Credit: http://dribbble.com/shots/286479-Real-Artists-Ship
    • 5. White Box Testing Black Box Testing
    • 6. White Box Testing  Types  Unit Testing  Integration Testing  Advantages  Making sure it works – programmatically  You can perform this during development  Disadvantages  Need to have thorough knowledge of the App code  It works, but does it work?
    • 7. Black Box Testing  Types  System Testing – Does it do what it was set out to do?  Acceptance Testing – Client & Beta tests  Compatibility Testing – What devices will it work on?  Advantages  Can be tested by other people  Overall issues of the App can be identified & addressed  Disadvantages  Cannot perform it until White Box testing is finished  Much broader than White Box testing
    • 8. Compatibility Testing
    • 9. STYLECampaign - Mobile Email Testing Rig http://stylecampaign.com/blog/2012/09/mobile-email-testing-rig/
    • 10. Accessible at: http://qz.com/109657/here-are-the-11868-devices-and-counting-that-every-android-app-has-to-work-on/ Android Device Fragmentation 11,000+ devices
    • 11. Accessible at: http://www.opendevicelab.com Open Device Labs
    • 12. Compatibility Testing  Different Screen Sizes  Access to specific functions e.g. 3G, GPS, NFC  Operating System Versions  iOS6, iOS7  Android 2.3, 4.0+  Consumer Behavior e.g. Do they buy Apps on this platform?  Does it meet platform specific guidelines?
    • 13. Accessible at: https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/userexperience/conceptual/mobilehig/MobileHIG.pdf iOS Human Interface Guidelines 223 Pages!
    • 14. Distributing your App  App Inventor has many ways to test/distribute your App  Emulator - Bad  USB  AI Companion  QR Code for APK  Save APK  There are other ways to distribute…
    • 15. Testing your App  Develop a Test Plan – System Testing breakdown: Smoke Testing Sanity Testing Ad-hoc Testing Functional Testing Boundary Testing Usability Testing Compatibility Testing Performance Testing Error Handling Testing Online & Offline Testing Regression Testing …and many more
    • 16. Testing your App  Create test cases & scenarios for each testing type ID Test Name Action(s) to perform Test Data Expected Result Actual Result Pass or Fail 001 Opening the App Open the App from the Home Screen N/A The App Opens The App Opens PASS 002 Close the App Close the App using the menu button N/A The App Closes The App Crashes FAIL 003 Input a long name Input long name into the name field on the edit profile view Christian ‘Cookie’ Cook The name fits The name gets truncated with ellipsis (‘…’) PASS 004 … 005 … 006 …

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