(Your digital wall Editorial):- New York City, Jul 15, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – There is a myriad of manual and automation testing tools available in the market but they have their pros and cons. The most commonly faced issue is to test the app on multiple devices and the infrastructure cost aligned to it. Device fragmentation has ever increased in the past couple of years as new OEMs are releasing devices loaded with custom ROM.
The Android API levels add to the complexity of mobile app testing. Screen sizes also differ and there are many other features that might be critical for the app to function in a consistent manner. This is why there is a need to test the app on many device-browser-OS combinations to assure quality user experience. Some people use an online android emulator for mobile testing, but pCloudy has a solution to this problem.
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How Does pCloudy Solve These Issues In Mobile Testing
pCloudy is a cloud-based mobile app testing platform with over 5000 device browser combinations. The real devices can be booked remotely through the cloud and the apps can be installed in the device to perform testing. pCloudy is loaded with an AI-based testing bot which will perform automation testing for you.
It has many features which will make mobile app testing easier and less time-consuming. Local site testing is one feature which enables the users to test their app on a local network. Another feature is “FollowMe”, with which a user can replicate the test cases on multiple devices which will save time and effort.
pCloudy offers three types of solutions, public cloud, private cloud, and on-premise. In a public cloud, you can access over 500 real iOS and Android devices and perform manual as well as Automated testing. You will get a detailed report of the test to perform a deeper analysis of the app. In a private cloud, you get unlimited access to the device with added features, enterprise-level security, and 24/7 support. In an on-premise setup, we will provide all the necessary hardware to set up your own device lab so that you have complete control. This will provide limitless scalability and parallelism in app testing.
Third party integrations
pCloudy is integrated with popular frameworks like Appium, Espresso, Selenium Jenkins, Android Studio, Eclipse, Jira, Github, etc. So you can use Appium on pCloudy devices to identify objects and create the script in Eclipse, log a bug in Jira, use Jenkins as the CI server and upload the version in Github repository. All that can be handled from pCloudy using plugins and code provided by pCloudy.
It makes sense to opt for a cloud-based solution as you will save on the infrastructure to set up a device lab and there will be no maintenance cost involved. Enterprise level security will keep your data safe and you can connect to a device from anywhere at any time. It is better to test the app on as many as possible devices. With features which will minimalize the testing efforts for the testers, pCloudy is the best choice for testing mobile apps.
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