Starting today, you can use Split Feature Flags and Feature Experimentation to drive a consistent experience across devices when developing mobile applications. Read on to learn about the challenges that were unique to developing a mobile SDK and how we ultimately addressed them.
Author: Fernando Martin
Lessons Learned on Automation Episode III: Modularity and Reusability Matters
In this episode we are covering how to write modular testing code, maximizing reusability so your framework can adapt quickly to changes.
Lessons Learned on Automation Episode II: Slow and Steady Wins the Race
In the world of Selenium usability testing, many intermittent failures are caused by elements not showing up in time or not being enabled when the test tries to access it. Adding extra checks on your tests might slow down your suites, but it’s a small price to pay for reliability when coding for web or mobile SDK.
Lessons learned on Automation Episode I: Introduction and parallelism
End to End (E2E) WebDriver Testing is a two-edged sword; it can be the hero, saving you a lot of time during regression testing and …