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Title: Challenges in Mobile Application Testing: Sri Lankan Perspective
Authors: Safran, A.S.A.
Madusanka, W.P.
Kodithuwakku, S.S.
Dissanayake, H.C.
Keywords: mobile applications testing
test cases
mobile security
mobile technology
test challenges
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: SLIIT
Series/Report no.: NCTM 2014;13
Abstract: In Sri Lanka mobile technologies have important influence on processes in ICT with software development companies. Mobile technologies have a new type of software has emerged called mobile applications. Nowadays, the main concepts of mobile applications is broadly known and the development of mobile applications is more and more extensive. One of the most significant parts of mobile application development is mobile applications testing. The testing procedure has always been very vital and crucial in the software development life cycle. Testing establishes an important aspect of software development to get a good output. A suitable testing procedure knowingly increases the quality level of the industrialized product with mobile application development testing, new challenges linked with mobile technologies and device features have arisen. Some instances of these tests are connectivity, suitability, touch screen technology, context consciousness, supported devices, etc. It is significant that sufficiently address these challenges and perform a suitable mobile application testing process, resulting in a high quality application without critical defects that could cause quality issues or the annoying waste of human or financial incomes. In this paper will present a mobile application testing procedure. Mentioned the important parts and particularly emphasize the challenges related to mobile devices and technology structures and assets.
ISSN: 18003591
Appears in Collections:NCTM - SLIIT 2014 -DECEMBER

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