Mobile apps should be tested not just under WiFI but under "more" realistic network conditions. In this post we see how we can simulate these conditions on Android and IOS native apps.
Using adb and command line can simplify and ease many tasks that are otherwise performed via a UI. In this post, we cover how to use adb/scrcpy to perform some common workflows which are usually done during app testing
A post on how to use adb and aapt tools in android sdk to figure out the package and activity names for use in Appium desired capabilities.
A testers brain requires a lot of creativity and the no of scenarios that we test on a day to day basis are innumerable. Expecting the brain to remember all the ways of testing an application whether it be from a mobile, a web or an API interface is tough and an overhead. This mobile testing checklist is a brain dump of the different ways that I approach and think about testing apps in different conditions and hopefully reduces the cognitive load to remember these.