Quality Assurance in Mobile & Web App Development Process

Mobile & Web App Development Process – Stage 5b – Quality Assurance

QA in Continuous Integration app development from a business perspective. Learn how you should ensure your app’s quality.

Hyperion - App Debugging & Inspection Tool for Android

Hyperion – the “Swiss Army Knife” within your App

What is Hyperion? Why it is worth to use it? What are the core and third-party plugins examples? How to display device info inside your debug menu? Find the answers in this article. 

Splitting Pull Request

How to Split Pull Requests – Good Practices, Methods and Git Strategies

6 good practices, 7 methods, and 4 Git Strategies for Pull Request creating and splitting.

Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Grant Manual Tester Access to the Code

When a manual tester wants to automate. Why you shouldn’t be afraid of giving QA specialists access to a repository and how to do it smart.

How to Report Bugs so that Developers Won’t Hate you

How to Report Bugs so that Developers Won’t Hate you – 7 tips for Quality Assurance Professionals

How should a Quality Assurance Professional communicate with a Developer? In the article, you will find 7 must-read tips that will help you avoid conflicts and make your cooperation more enjoyable and productive.

HOW TO DEBUG HTTP(S) TRAFFIC FOR ANDROID APPS WITH BURP PROXY

How to Debug HTTP(S) Traffic for Android Apps with Burp Proxy

Everything seems to match specifications but the app does not work? Discover Burp Proxy – one of the best ways of debugging HTTP(S) traffic! 

TESTING ANDROID APPS WITH PSEUDOLOCALIZATION

Testing Android Apps with Pseudolocalization

Learn how to avoid UX issues, like truncated texts or undersized content space, in applications. Let’s try pseudolocalization.

Espresso Test Recorder – A quick How-To

A quick how-to on using the newest feature of Android Studio – Espresso Test Recorder

Unit tests with custom JUnit rules, annotations and resources

Some advanced solutions for unit tests

Testing Dagger 2 with Espresso, Mockito & Robolectric

Dagger 2 brings us @Component and @Module – annotations which imply less boilerplate code, but unfortunately, make our project less testable. In this article, I will show a project, which is using Dagger 2 and is testable with frameworks like Mockito, Espresso or Robolectric.