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For testing Heterogeneous and mobile environments we have relied on world class partners. SeeTest from Experitest now enables Microsoft developers test mobile applications inc WIndowsPhone8, iOS, Android and Blackberry.
Experitest is a recognized leader in mobile testing and touts several powerful benefits with the latest release of SeeTest:
Using SeeTest couldn’t be easier either with a simple two-step process:
Step 1: Build your test in Visual Studio
Using the SeeTest template in Visual Studio Project you create a SeeTest project…
Step 2: Click on the SEETEST menu in Visual Studio you can import tests and view execution results
Alternatively: You can run also run these mobile Tests and view test results from Microsoft Test Manager:
Some screenshots of the latest SeeTest tools below:
Objects are identified by native ID or by web properties (in web/hybrid apps)
View results inc. screenshots with UI elements are highlighted.
Download now (free trial): http://experitest.com/
Online manual: http://experitest.com/studio/help2/WebHelp/Connect_Windows_Phone.htm
I am meeting with the development team this week and am hoping for more content on this exciting topic!
How much has Seetest matured since the days it only supported Android via apk?(About a year ago)
I think the main problem with this model is the bandwidth of the USB 2.0 connection and WiFi is NOT an option for us because our apps are WiFi oriented.
Hi Einar I think you should try a recent release of SeeTest - we are working with it at Cisco and the execution speed is good.
Hi, please fix the link to Experitest in first line. It is prefixed with blogs.msdn.com.