[Webtest] Mobile Devices (and their subsequent testing)
Goldberger, Michael" <email@example.com
Tue, 5 Dec 2006 09:21:27 -0500
Not necessarily, see my problem lies in the fact that our web
application is in demand my mobile users of the network (and app),
however we have a strict policy that we don't want to support it unless
it can be tested on mobile browsers, so that the
compatibility/speed/usability tests that are a current part of our test
suite can be applied to browsers of common mobile devices (ie Palm Treo.
RIM Blackberry, Any WindowsCE embedded device). We can only add
legitimate support for these products after using an existing test
harness for automated testing. Thanks for your reply, look forward to
your comments / suggestions.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Paul King
Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 6:43 AM
Subject: Re: [Webtest] Mobile Devices (and their subsequent testing)
Hi Mike, WebTest can be used to test WML and other XML type content
applicable to mobile devices. There is no special support for
talking to mobile device emulators at this stage.
Do you have a specific requirement?
Goldberger, Michael wrote:
> Hi there everyone,
> I would like to throw a general question out
> the Canoo WebTest community and that is what methods (if any) are in
> for automated web testing for mobile devices (ie: Blackberry, Treo,=20
> etc.). As a follow up to that question, I would also be curious to
> if anybody knows of any plans to extend Canoo into the mobile devices=20
> arena and a timescale on which that may occur. This is mostly an open=20
> forum type of question to determine preferred tools by the automated=20
> testing community for testing on mobile devices.
> Thanks in advance for any input/suggestions that anyone might offer.
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