A rapid rise in the number of smartphone users and people across the world becoming more health-conscious than before – these are the two major factors that have led to this demand for healthcare mobile apps for both iOS and Android.
To stay ahead in this stiff competition, it has become a must for app developers/healthcare organizations to ensure that their app continues to deliver a seamless user experience, is secure, and complies with the evolving healthcare standards wherever applicable.
Successful Test Automation Needs a Strategy
Common Challenges in the Absence of a Test Automation Strategy
Your healthcare app may have been built around a superb concept, but its success depends on how it can continue to remain bug-free in the long run. All apps, especially healthcare apps may contain sensitive information, and without a test automation strategy, testing may not be as efficient as expected, leading to a higher app failure rate and even compliance concerns.
Key Considerations in Building a Robust Test Automation Strategy
1. A Result-oriented Testing Approach
2. Automating the Right Testing Processes
3. Picking the Testing Frameworks and Tools Wisely
There are many tools to test mobile apps. You can pick the best one based on your budget, how much testing you need to do, what skills your team has, and what type of app it is. The chosen tool must support the programming languages and test environments (for example: Selenium and Appium are suitable for iOS and Android).
4. Planning Test Implementation
5. Test Report Generation and Analysis
A Well-defined Test Automation Strategy: What’s in It for You
• Cross-platform/Browser Compatibility
The Way Forward to Success
Robert is heading the Product Engineering Practice at KANINI. He has 16 years of experience in software development and spatial data analysis. Since 2012, Robert has been managing our Windows and Linux cloud infrastructure on AWS and Azure. And as the director of applications development, he oversees systems architecture, security, and DevOps practices across the organization.