ChaiOne Insights: Mobile Testing

Why Should We Use an Actual Device for Testing Mobile Apps?

4 minutes read

Mobile applications — or apps — can be tested using simulators or real devices. At ChaiOne, the developers use simulators for unit testing. The build is then sent to QA for actual testing. The term actual refers to testing on actual or real devices. Using actual devices for testing verifies the real user environment and ensures delivery of high quality mobile apps.

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Quality Assurance: Start Early On Enterprise Mobile App Testing

3 minutes read

Quality assurance (QA) is an integral aspect of building a successful mobile enterprise app. QA is something that should be brought early into the project process. Here at ChaiOne, we begin our QA process at design reviews. By beginning the process early, we are able to identify possible issues that may arise further down the line such as bottlenecks. Quality assurance also plays a large role in helping to reduce the costs associated with development and maintenance. An additional benefit of QA...

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Usability Testing During The Project Lifecycle

2 minutes read

Test Early

There are many benefits of usability testing as it allows teams to identify issues before they are coded. Some benefits include being able to learn how long it takes for participants to complete tasks and if they are successful or not, find out the satisfaction level of participants with your product, and identify changes needed in order to improve user performance and satisfaction. Furthermore, it’s important to note that performing usability testing as early as possible can save...

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