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Perfomance testing of Android app via Android Studio
Modern human uses a mobile device a lot of time every day. Average usage time is more than 2 hours per day. Most part of time user checks social network, like Instagram and Facebook, reads different information and visits entertainment sites, plays games etc. Proportionally with this user spends more money.
All it increases competition between developers of mobile applications. Besides good functionality and content, the user will evaluate your application performance level - memory and battery usage, freezing when working with the application, etc.
I will tell you about that and not only during my talk. Namely, I will tell how you can check the CPU loading level, memory and energy usage levels by your application.
As usual, a lot of examples from real life.
How the Android developer mode is useful for QA?
Each QA engineer has own set of tools which use for testing Android applications. Somebody uses only Android Studio, some QAs love to use Charles but most of them don’t use the developer mode that is available in each Android device.
During the talk, I will tell you about the following:
- what is developer mode;
- how to turn on the developer mode on a device;
- how and when you should use features of the developer mode ;
- a lot of interesting stories when features of the developer mode allowed to find and localise the bugs.
My talk will be useful as for Junior as for Senior QAs. I promise!
Perfomance testing of iOS app via Xcode
People don’t love to wait. They don’t want to think and worry about what a mobile app needs for work. People just want to book a taxi, find favourite music or sent a message. The perfect application works very fast, carefully use your battery and doesn’t post a lot of notification.
All these params are an application performance.
During my talk, I will tell you about the following
what is the performance of an iOS application;
what params are used for measure of application performance;
how these params QA can be measured via Xcode.
I promise, my talk will be fascinating for all mobile QA.