Why cross browser and device platforms are ripe for disruption?
Expensive parallel connection limit:
Shift Left and Scalability:
Restricted Real Device Usage:
Data Center vs Cloud:
Desktop is still king of conversion:
In App Browser Testing:
Emerging Country Specific Browser:
New Opportunities - Evolution of Technologies
Outline/Structure of the Talk
Problem Statement - 7 of them in details (12mins)
New Opportunities and Evolution of Technologies
- Scaling Desktop Browser (7mins)
- Scaling Android Emulators (7mins)
- Scaling iOS Simulators (7mins)
Solution: How to use/implement the new technologies (7mins)
- Audience will be able to understand the why and hows of the current problems (build vs buy, cost, purpose) so they can take their own decisions
- Audience should be able to see and understand a practical, viable, cost-effective alternative to expensive platforms.
- Understand the known unknowns and unknown unknowns, myths, in the world of cross browser/device testing
- Audience will understand how and where to use, simulators/emulators/browsers/ browser emulators and real devices as a hybrid approach, there by reducing cost, at the same time achieving the purpose.
Everyone in a software engineering team, Anyone running UI automation, either locally or on third party platforms and would like to find the right balance between their needs and cost, Project Managers, Product Owners, C-level executives looking to reduce the spend on cross browser/device platforms.
Prerequisites for Attendees
There is no prerequisites as such
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