Using Genymotion to Simulate a Moving Device

Introduction For my mobile testing, I’ve been using emulators more and more, as their capabilities improve, and my testing moves beyond the features that simulators can provide (see several of my old posts on using browsers for simulation). I have spent a lot of time with Genymotion, as it provides a lot of excellent features, […]

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Compatibility Testing Webinar

Introduction A few months, I wrote a blog post about performing compatibility testing for mobile web apps. Since that time, I have been talking with Sauce Labs about putting together a webinar focusing on locally debugging and executing compatibility testing that will eventually be run in the cloud. And that time is finally almost upon us! You […]

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Engineering Your DevOps Webinar: Introducing Max Saperstone

[June 16, 2015 Fairfax, VA] Coveros announces its special guest for Wednesday’s Engineering Your DevOps webinar. Max Saperstone, who leads the company’s Agile Testing and Test Automation practice, will join Jeffery Payne and Richard Mills to present at 12pm EDT on June 17 on the topic Integrating Automated Testing Into DevOps. Max Saperstone has been […]

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Testing On A Rooted Device
Android

Introduction Techwell’s StarEast is just 2 weeks away. Among other things, I’ll be talking about testing on a rooted device, specifically, what are the benefits, and what are some tools that can help you out. One of the things I WON’T be covering is how to root the physical device. Disappointing, I know, but due […]

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Why Test on Different Networks – Proprietary Data

Introduction Back in October I wrote a post about testing your mobile application on different networks and I promised a few follow-up articles. Unfortunately, I have been sidetrack with a lot of other work, and finally I have some time to get back to addressing this issue. This article will go over some results of […]

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Defending Against SSH Brute Force Attacks

Just Trying to Host a Website So here I am trying host a personal website once I figured out a little bit about amazon in 2010. After a month or two of poking around and figuring out how to get the AMI I want running everything looks fine. I can now self host all the […]

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Why Test On Different Networks

Introduction Mobile App Testing involves networks, not just the app or device itself. Understanding the basics of telecommunications will always give you advantages when doing testing mobile applications. Testers need to understand the impact of network and communications on testing scope. This is the first in a multi-post segment for understanding the differences between networks, […]

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Getting Recorded Selenium Scripts Running In Sauce

Introduction As mobile native app testing tools continue to advance at a slow pace, mobile web app testing tools are advancing much quicker. There are several out there, including Sauce Labs and Testing Bot. These tools are great at taking browser based tests, and running them on emulated mobile devices, or even different desktop OS […]

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