For quite a while, I am working on improving how we develop mobile applications. I’ve bundled my findings and experiences in a talk that I gave at the Software Quality Days 2017 in Vienna.
Besides my slides, you can also find an article in the Conference Journal. The full journal can be found here any my article is 1,2,3 – Build! – Continuous Integration for Mobile Applications. Enjoy reading and let me know what you think!
In summer 2016 I gave a talk at the Voxxed Days Belgrade that is available at YouTube.
Recently, we successfully finished the prototype phase on a project with the goal of developing a map tool similar to Google Maps for the Android platform. The initial use-case for the prototype was the following: Their employees regularly walk through remote regions with a map that contains location-specific information, observe the area and take notes that are relevant for their business goal. However, these areas often lack mobile internet, therefore an online solution like Google Maps was no option. We took up the challenge to find the best solution for our customer and within a few weeks built a prototype that solved two major technical challenges: How to integrate custom map-data into an Android app and how to make the app offline-usable.
Read the full article in the Zühlke Blog where it has been published originally.
How to test your Android app as automatic as possible? It’s a non-trivial question. In this article (written in German), I try to answer this question and other questions like: “How to mock classes in Java?” or “How to bring the application into a specific state?”. And last but not least, how to create UI-tests that reflect typical usage scenarios?
You can read the full article in the Zühlke Blog where it has been originally published.