To succeed in today's mobile-first world, you must build quality into every stage of the mobile app development process. Watch to learn how to build an end-to-end agile test strategy.Blog
From updated operating systems to experimenting with new functionality such as 3D Touch, mobile devices continue to iterate at a rapid pace, and consumers continue to respond positively by adopting this new technology more quickly than before.Webcast
Mobile and agile are a perfect match. Get testing strategies that will ensure high-performing, high-quality apps in an agile environment.
BlogKeynote Mobile Testing Announces Integration with SAP Mobile Secure to Streamline Development and Testing Processes
More often than not, developers understand what’s important to users. They know that performance is key to maintaining a positive user experience (UX) and retaining clients. The challenge is developers are tasked with simultaneously introducing apps with greater functionality in increasingly shorter timeframes - and they all need to work flawlessly upon deployment.Blog
The notion that “the customer is king” has never been more important than in the digital age. The average digital consumer is confronted with a seemingly endless number of options and resources to research a product’s reputation and past users’ experiences.Blog
When I stop using an app, why is that? Sometimes it’s because it doesn’t have the functions I wanted or needed, but this is rare; I already knew what, for instance, Uber did before I downloaded it. It can happen with pure entertainment apps (e.g. that game wasn’t fun), but most apps I download because I already have a relationship with that brand (think of your airline, any stores you frequent, social media you use, work-related apps). I sometimes stop using an app because it is hard to navigate or figure out. But as app design improves, this is also getting rarer. Most of the time when I stop using an app it’s because of performance.
Mobile application developers see their world increasingly focusing in on three main areas: rapid deployment, testing and open source. As digital technologies continue to proliferate, these stand out as being not only the path to application innovation, but also efficiency.Webcast
Learn how to set performance targets for mobile applications and discover what types of testing ensures you release high-quality applications that work—and work fast—every time.
Businesses are unambiguous about mobile. You can download more than 3 million apps available today from the iOS AppStore and Google Play. And consumers have made their intentions clear, choosing mobile over desktop for the first time ever, accounting for 55% of all ecommerce traffic on this year’s Black Friday. And while the mobile tsunami is washing in big business for many, it is overwhelming others.BlogNew Independent Analyst Study: IT’s Push to Make an Impression with Customers Requires Performance Analytics
Digital transformation cannot happen without a strong IT and business relationship yet both need to collaborate to deliver superior customer experience that ultimately drives revenue. So what makes a good match that enables these teams to work together?Blog
Three billion people around the world are now connected to the Internet via a mobile device. Two billion people have at least one social media account. The point? Digital channels are the new normal.
It’s hard to believe now, but, when the iPhone came out in 2007, reception was not unanimously positive. Reviewers saw flaws in the new device, and had trouble figuring out what the phone was for beyond more traditional methods of communication. It took time for general consumers to warm up to the iPhone too. What changed?Webcast
Find out what it takes to deliver dependable synthetic monitoring for today’s websites and applications.Webcast
Keynote experts explore how developers and testers can become more closely aligned with easily deployable and configurable tools such as Jenkins CI.