This bot based m-site and application testing platform will give real-time alerts for API and other back-end errors.
To allow enterprises to perform digital testing under real-world conditions and conduct parallel testing on a number of devices, QualityKiosk Technologies- a provider of digital business assurance solutions and services, has launched a Lab-as-a-service platform- QualityKiosk Mobile One.
Software to offer digital testing under real-world condition
It is a continuous testing and monitoring platform available as an on-premise or cloud (SaaS) version and can be operated on self-service or managed-services basis. It provides access to a number of mobile devices and browsers including the latest models and OS versions from global data centres located in India, U.A.E. and Indonesia.
The main aim of the platform is to improve quality of digital testing, help in increasing release velocity and enhance the end-customer experience. It can be used to conduct parallel testing on the combination of real devices, browsers, operating systems and networks. It not only delivers performance analytics for customer journeys using its proprietary algorithms but also supports continuous fixing of issues with sub-optimally performing devices in real-time.
“Our clients are constantly overwhelmed with rapid developments in the mobile ecosystem. They want to swiftly fix mobile device-related issues that degrade the digital experience and impact revenues and brand. We built QK-M1 to help address these expectations that are centred on three critical themes: Quality, Velocity, and Experience. We constantly strive to be at the forefront of digital transformation solutions to future-proof our clients. For instance, QK-M1=now supports iOS 12, less than a day after it was announced at Apple WWDC. Our clients can now develop and execute automated testing on devices running iOS 12 to make sure they are ready before GA (general availability) in the Fall” says Maneesh Jhawar, Founder & CEO, QualityKiosk Technologies.
The company has selected SeeTestCloud for its Digital Testing Lab, which enables web and mobile application testing across a large selection of browsers and real mobile devices, and seamlessly integrates into all ALM environments, e.g. Appium, Selenium, UFT, Junit, Jenkins, Eclipse, Visual Studio, XCode and Android Studio.
The author is the Editor-in-Chief of Open Source For You magazine.