A mobile app can only be as strong as its development cycle. And every successful development cycle includes well-defined QA testing procedures that clearly define goals, set deadlines, outline processes and establish metrics to gather.
As headlined in The New York Times only a couple of weeks ago, the Iowa Caucus debacle was “a systemwide disaster…” and the “app used to tabulate votes may have been inadequately tested.” While additional facts are still coming out, the entire nation watched as there were major delays obtaining and reporting on the Iowa results. And then there was uncertainty as to whether or not they were accurate. While the intent of creating this app was supposed to be positive – to enable simpler more streamlined reporting, faster – we know that’s not at all what happened. And, that’s not exactly how you want your new mobile app rollout and brand to be remembered.
With the release of new mobile operating systems Android 10 and iOS 13, the device adoption trends have evolved. In this newsletter, we have summarized the operating systems and device adoption trends in the United States and Worldwide. This information would assist engineering teams to plan their tasks.
In today's world, web applications play an important role in acquiring customers, and that is why a growing number of companies are migrating their traditional front and back office applications from desktops to mobile or web-based interfaces. In order to provide great end-user experience, apps have to work as expected.
The demand for faster internet over cellular networks has led telecommunication companies to the creation of the 5G cellular network. Constant innovation is driving cellular companies to continuously adjust their approach to Big Data in order to provide faster cellular connectivity to their customers. How will the 5G network impact the software development life cycle? Our expert engineers have put together a quick guide to 5G networks and how the SDLC will be impacted.