test IO Shares Software Testing Insights in Latest White Paper

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SAN FRANCISCO and BERLIN, Aug. 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- , a leader in , today released a white paper based on data from tens of thousands of test cycles. The data provides insight into the most common causes of app crashes across iOS and Android devices, how to test safely in production, and the most common “conversion killer” bugs found in e-commerce tests. The paper thus serves as a guide for QA and product teams testing across a wide range of devices and user scenarios. The white paper is available as a free download at .

Mobile apps create specific challenges for developers and testers. The discusses those challenges, as well as solutions, in more detail.            The white paper documents that a surprising number of tests now occur in production rather than in staging environments. A key enabler: speed. When customers run tests optimized for speed in production, 90% of the critical bugs are found within two hours. Even in tests not optimized for speed, 70% of the important bugs are found in the first two hours; this enables organizations to test real user experiences on real devices without slowing down release pipelines.

For the largest teams, testing with their own employees or enabling toggles on external releases may be enough to control the risk of rapid software releases. The white paper discusses these and that allow organizations to keep the production train running while managing quality risks.

By using skilled human testers to ensure the validity of complicated interactions, such as beginning the payment process to checking out of the cart, organizations can focus on creating automated tests for the commonest use cases. In our analysis of each grouping of bugs, the paper provides for how to address conversion killers in development and testing.

FOR EDITORIAL:Amber MooreGMK Communications

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Globe Newswire: 14:00 GMT Friday 10th August 2018

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