In this session, our host Laveena Ramchandani@laveenaramchandani01 is joined by three experts in Mobile Testing to discuss all things Mobile:
@pwicherski is an Expert Mobile QA Engineer in Warsaw, Poland. Piotr has 13 years of expertise in Mobile technologies and has done more than 50 talks and workshops throughout his career. And if you’re a football fan, come and say hi to Piotr as he works for UEFA!
@ailuj876 is a Head of Training and Development, a YouTuber, Instructor and Blogger from Kingston, Jamaica, Julia is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience with the testing community. Julia has written and done a lot of research on Mobile Testing and is very much looking forward to sharing her tips for Mobile App Testing!
@vikrant.maniar is currently an Engineering Manager of quality and automation for all client platforms, in San Francisco, USA. Vikrant has great experience in leading test automation and release efforts for iOS and Android mobile apps, responsible for everything and anything that touches mobile apps. He’s super excited to join TestBash Mobile!
We’ll use this Club thread to share resources mentioned during the session and answer any questions we don’t get to during the live session.
I am trying to always include accessibility testing in the project test plan.
Accessibility should be a part of each project’s estimations and planning phase from the start. If it’s not, then it will be way harder to justify, sometimes really time-consuming, changes throughout the app to stakeholders.
For companies from certain countries, it’s easier to include accessibility testing based on project risk management.
Just an example from the USA: Mobile apps and mobile websites must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).