ZAPTEST announces the release of ZAPFREE (ZAPTEST Community Edition) Beta version

 

Community Edition Beta Program small

ZAPTEST announces the release of ZAPFREE (ZAPTEST Community Edition) Beta version

ZAPTEST Community Edition [ZAPFREE] is a no-cost, entry-level test automation technology for users interested in ad-hoc software testing cross-platform. It’s perfect for users that would like to start with test automation on Mobile, Web, Desktop and Agile (DevOps) environments; and for those who would like to have a quick and easy way to automate their test procedures.

Optimize your testing!

Create testing framework with minimum test artifacts to allow full test coverage for your AUT

Read this short article to learn how to most efficiently develop test automation framework and reduce time for test script development and maintenance.

Android Takes Lead Among Mobile Developers as the Fastest OS to Use When Creating Apps

A recent report has revealed that Mobile application developers say creating apps on Android is faster than any other system. The statistics from Evans Data report that 41 percent of developers think that it's quickest to write apps for the Android mobile operating system, compared with 36 percent for iOS, and 34 percent for Windows Phone. The bulk of that time is spent on testing and debugging processes on all mobile operating systems apart from Firefox OS and Tizen, for which the actual coding takes longest.

These figures from the bi-annual Evans Mobile Development Survey might come as a surprise, as time has shown that it is simpler to create universally compatible apps for iOS devices, which have fewer form factors. However, where tablets are concerned, 84 percent of survey respondents claimed they target Android, compared with 62 percent for iOS, with 72 percent claiming that they emulate screen sizes during the testing process. Janel Garvin,the CEO of Evans Data, commented, "Targeting multiple screen sizes is definitely the way to go. The benefit of having your app run across the gamut of device types is obvious, and while there are difficulties in synchronization across device types, and in the range of graphics capabilities that are supported by different screens, the benefits still outweigh the effort."

Global Mobile - Adapting to the Rising Market

Living on-the-go has become commonplace among business professionals. As a result, mobile access from devices such as smartphones has become increasingly crucial.  UberMedia pulled some interesting facts and stats and found that smart phone users use these devices for an impressive variety of tasks. It isn't a stretch, then, to deduce that mobile applications and their functionalities and availability to perform cross-device have a huge impact on their use. Here are the facts:

  • 27% of business travelers have changed their airline preference based on mobile usability
  • 54% use mobile wallet apps or payment systems
  • 33% use a tablet instead of a laptop for presentations
  • Smartphones have replaced some everyday objects such as newspapers (37%), day planners (46%), cameras (54%) and alarm clocks (56%)
  • 81% play mobile games at least once a week
  • 44% use finance apps at least once a day
  • 80% use sports apps once a week
  • 44% use shopping apps once or more a day

Partnerships Drive Synergy for Global Success

No matter how advanced our technology has become, the size of the world has not changed. People and businesses still stretch across continents, some separated by thousands of miles.  The Cloud and the internet helps build bridges across these distances, but not even the most sophisticated of mobile applications can completely fill in the gaps left by differences in locations. To make matters even more complicated, each business has its own niche that it occupies. As everyone knows, there are hundreds of competitors for each runway, and each business races to stay on top. During this struggle, a business “runner” aims for the quickest and most efficient way of getting things done, but this approach can sometimes cause them to miss out on benefits they would have if they slowed down; or just had a helping hand.

Page 3 of 11

Contact Us

Tower Place 100

3340 Peachtree Rd NE #1800 

Atlanta, GA 30326 USA

(404) 814-5227