Perfecto Mobile Offers New Mobile Testing Integrations for Visual Studio
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Perfecto Mobile is offering new integrations for mobile testing with Microsoft Visual Studio IDE (available Dec. 20) and Visual Studio Online (available now) connecting its cloud-based test lab, Continuous Quality Lab, to Microsoft’s developer tools to enable automated mobile web and app testing via the cloud. Companies can access the integrations to work in a single IDE for application development and quality management and ensure continuous quality throughout each build.
The integrations support both manual and automated app testing from within any browser and allows tests to be embedded in the development process. Tests are triggered automatically to run into Perfecto Mobile’s Continuous Quality Lab across real mobile devices operating under real user conditions, getting results as close to the end user experience as possible.
Perfecto’s new integrations offer the following benefits:
- Implement easy exploratory testing: Use Microsoft’s new Chrome extension and Perfecto’s Visual Studio Online integration to perform manual tests and report bugs directly into Visual Studio Online.
- Ensure quality during every build to drive fast feedback: By automating testing and streamlining build-test workflows, cycle times within the development process are reduced, yielding faster releases and better customer experience.
- Unify the developer and tester UI: Access an enterprise-grade test lab within Visual Studio Online.
Read more: http://www.perfectomobile.com/continuous-quality-l...
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