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What is Monkey testing in software testing with example?
Definition: Monkey testing is a type of software testing in which a software or application is tested using random inputs with the sole purpose of trying and breaking the system. There are no rules in this type of testing. It completely works on the tester’s mood or gut feeling and experience.
What is mobile app automation testing?
Mobile automation, as the name suggests, refers to ‘automation’ that is done on mobile devices. Automation is the process whereby one automates testing of an application – in this case a mobile application – which can be a WAP site or an app. This can be done by using tools and helps in reducing the testing time cycle.
What is mobile app debugging discuss about monkey talk tool?
MonkeyTalk is an open source mobile app automation testing tool for Android and iOS. This open source tool can be used for simple ‘smoke tests’ or for ‘data-driven test’ suites on native, mobile, and hybrid apps, real devices or simulators. Moreover, automation saves time, it is reusable and repeatable.
Which testing is also known as monkey testing?
Monkey testing is also known as Random testing, Fuzz Testing or Stochastic Testing. Gorilla Testing is also known as Torture Testing, Fault Tolerance Testing or Frustrating Testing.
How is Monkey Testing different from Adhoc testing?
In Monkey Testing a user or a tester or a developer can test the system to confirm whether it performs the desired set of actions. Adhoc testing is random and does not rely on or use Test Cases. Since, this is also random in nature, therefore test cases are not used in monkey testing.
Why mobile automation testing is needed?
App usability automation testing is very important today as mobile apps that deliver great usability are preferred more by users. Hence, this accessibility test automation ensures that users are able to perform the intended tasks on the app satisfactorily.
What is Apptim?
Apptim is a new, free tool that can be used during development and testing to catch critical bugs faster and identify new performance issues in an app. The tool automatically measures app render times, power consumption, and resource usage while capturing crashes and more on Android and iOS devices.