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Cloud Platform Stress Tests Mobile Apps

January 23, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: InformationWeek

SOASTA has updated its CloudTest Platform to do automated mobile application testing. Developers can put touch- and gesture-based interactions on iOS and Android devices through their paces.

Performance testing company SOASTA is extending its cloud testing platform to mobile devices.

The Mountain View, Calif.-based company plans to update its CloudTest Platform to enable automated mobile application testing and analysis.

As Tom Lounibos, CEO of the company noted, the way we interact with applications has evolved beyond keyboard input to touch- and gesture-based interaction. With the addition of TouchTest, technology that records and plays back touch-based interaction on iOS and Android devices, SOASTA’s software enables developers and publishers to perform automated assessments of mobile app performance.

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