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Mobile Application Testing Course Content

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Mobile Application Testing Course Content

  1. 1. MOBILE APPLICATION TESTING COURSE CONTENT MODULE: INTRODUCTION TO MOBILE APPLICATIONS:  WHAT IS MOBILE APPLICATION  WHAT IS MOBILE APPLICATION TESTING  MOBILE MARKET, PLATFORMS AND ECOSYSTEMS  OVERVIEW OF MAIN MOBILE PLATFORMS  ANDROID VS IOS MODULE: OVERVIEW OF MOBILE APPLICATIONS:  NATIVE MOBILE APPLICATIONS  HYBRID MOBILE APPLICATIONS  MOBILE WEB APPLICATIONS MODULE: CHALLENGES IN MOBILE APPLICATION TESTING:  DEVICES  NETWORKS  SCREEN RESOLUTIONS  ENVIRONMENT  HARDWARE COMPATIBILITY  USERS  AUTOMATION MODULE: TYPES OF MOBILE APPLICATION TESTING  FUNCTIONAL TESTING  GUI TESTING  INTERFACE TESTING  COMPATIBILITY TESTING  PERFORMANCE TESTING  SECURITY TESTING  CONTENT TESTING
  2. 2.  LOCALIZATION TESTING  USABILITY TESTING  INTERRUPT TESTING  INSTALLATION/UN-INSTALLATION TESTING MODULE: MOBILE TESTING TERMINOLOGY AND CHECKLIST  EMULATOR/SIMULATOR  CRASHLYTICS  FREEZE  WIREFRAMES  MOCKUP’S/COMPS  EDITORIALS  DESIGN  CHECKLIST FOR MOBILE APPLICATION TESTING  DIFFERENT WAYS OF INSTALLATIONS AND UNINSTALLATIONS MODULE: TOOLS NECESSARY FOR MOBILE APPLICATION TESTING  JAVA INSTALLATION  ECLIPSE IDE  ADT PLUGINS (ANDROID DEVELOPMENT TOOLS)  ANDROID –SDK (API’S)  ANDROID SDK MANAGER  EMULATOR  ANDROID VIRTUAL DEVICE MANAGER  DDMS (DALVIK DEBUG MONITORING SYSTEM)  LOGCAT  SCREEN CAPTURE  ADB (ANDROID DEBUG BRIDGE)  DEVICE DRIVERS (SAMSUNG KIES, HTC SYNC, ETC…..)  ANDROID SCREEN MONITOR  XCODE  SIMULATOR  ITUNES
  3. 3.  IPHONE CONFIGURATION UTILITY  ITOOLS  TEST CASES FOR MOBILE APPLICATIONS (FUNCTIONAL AND NON- FUNCTIONAL) MODULE: CASE STUDY  INTRODUCTION  THE SITUATION  BEST PRACTICES VS. REALITY

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