17 Jul 2012
Like always, we bend over backwards to implement features requested by our customers and to make those innovations available to all Testdroid users. Two weeks ago we released a significant new version of Testdroid Recorder with a capability to also record and play back UI interactions within embedded webview elements. This very useful feature is achieved thanks to new methods in our extSolo library.
Now, based on customer input we have added more features to make webview testing even more powerful. We also implemented few other features and fixed a substantial amount of bugs. The most important things are:
By Marko Kaasila
16 Jul 2012
A tale of two developers – one who uses Testdroid and the other who uses the current method, testing one phone at a time – the time and money that each one consumers is decided in one tool they choose to test their apps.
The school of hard knocks – a path without Testdroid
08 Jul 2012
As part of our Google I/O appearance we also got early access to two Android 4.1 devices, namely the awesome Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Both of these devices are now available at Testdroid Cloud for you to try before these hit the market later this month. Getting early access to cool devices before they hit the market gives you the confidence that your app works on the latest and greatest when they start shipping in masses. We at Testdroid have already built a very good track record on providing early access to coolest devices before they hit the market: Back in February we made Sony Xperia S available before it started shipping, in May we added Samsung Galaxy S3 to Testdroid Cloud on the very same day when it started shipping and now we are giving early access to Google Galaxy Nexus 7 and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean before they ship. We are working very hard to build these relationships that Testdroid Cloud users will always have access to latest devices on the market before anyone else
05 Jul 2012
The Android market continues to grow at a speed not many can keep up with, and is equivalent to a never ending black hole. With new apps coming in and old apps pushed to the side, it’s hard to stay at the top of the pile. Not only is it difficult to create an app that will attract all types of users, but it is even more difficult to test the app and make sure it is ready to launch and will work on all types of phones. With the android market containing over 500,000 apps, and a significantly high removal rate, it’s more important than ever to test them on several devices in order to ensure a successful launch.
04 Jul 2012
This is a first post in a new series of guest blog posts where Testdroid Cloud users give examples how they use Testdroid Cloud to make their day to day Android Development easier. The first guest blogger is Kevin Rohling, founder/ceo of cisimple. cisimple hosts Continuous Integration services for iOS and Android applications
- Automated UI testing for Android applications with Robotium | posted on July 13, 2010
- Using Android’s Compatibility Test Suite | posted on May 20, 2010
- Google I/O 2013 wrap up | posted on May 22, 2013
- Testdroid a Sony | posted on May 14, 2013
- Testdroid Verified Apps and Games pass 1 Billion Global Downloads | posted on May 15, 2013
- @bitbar: about 49 minutes agoTestdroid Suite helps developers to gain the trust of entire mobile ecosystem by enabling an instant access to 200+ devices.
- @bitbar: about 2 hours agoTestdroid Recorder: unique tool for recording user actions, generating reusable Android JUnit test cases & running them in Testdroid Cloud.