In this articleShanker Prasad Perumal and Syed Attaullah demonstrate how to use the new features in IBM Rational Test Workbench to perform two important aspects of performance testing on mobile apps: Response time measurements and Resource monitoring.
Given the explosive growth of mobile smartphone use and mobile application development, mobile test automation is a key requirement to enable successful and fast delivery of quality mobile applications. Automated functional testing of mobile applications has helped ensure that the desired functionality of the mobile app and the user flow in the application work as expected. However, there is a significant need to move beyond just functional testing of mobile apps. There are numerous performance aspects of those apps that need to be measured and enhanced. There is a direct correlation between a mobile app's performance and the end user experience of the app.
Work smarter with configuration management. Part 1: Introduction - What if your product and application development teams could use their normal ALM tools -- requirements, designs, tests, implementation -- in shared contexts, working in parallel on multiple releases or variants, and creating baselines across their tools -- all with high levels of reuse? What if the "glue" that made this possible was based on open specifications and designed for multi-vendor solutions? Imagine no longer!
Get the big picture in this gentle introduction. Then learn more about these capabilities (now in beta) in the other videos in this series noted below and at from this blog: http://ibm.co/1yW4gme
Performance Testing for Mobile Apps in Rational Test Workbench- In this video you will learn how to test response time and how to measure the resources being consumed on the mobile device and with the app itself, such as CPU utilization, physical memory utilization, virtual memory utilization, battery level, and Network traffic in and out.
IBM's Support for SAFe® v3.0 in RTC v6.0: Solution Overview - Welcome to this solution overview of IBM’s SAFe Support in Rational Team Concert version 6.0. After watching this overview, you will feel confident in using the Project Area Initialization, Work Item Details, Planning, Dashboards, Queries and Reports of SAFe.
Utilizing Microsoft Excel with IBM Rational DOORS- Follow Chris Liverman as he takes you through utilizing DOORS and the DOORS database in doing impact analysis on DOORS requirements as well as update specifications and establish metrics using Microsoft Excel.
Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) Workshop - Authored by Rosa Naranjo and Sudhakar Frederick, this workshop is intended to provide insight into the Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) introduced in CLM v5.0 and updated recently in v5.0.2. Jazz Reporting Service (JRS) is a lightweight reporting solution that provides practitioners with the ability to create their own reports in a powerful yet easy to use interface (without requiring Cognos expertise).
There is a YouTube video series on JRS below as well as a few Jazz.net articles along with the workshop instructions, so click through to learn more!
Running test workbench tests from IBM UrbanCode Deploy - With every release testers have a multitude of test cases to execute; including regression testing existing features, testing new features, testing different devices, environments, operating systems, browsers and so on. Using Rational Test Workbench Eclipse Client and UrbanCode Deploy, you can automate a large number of these tests. Watch this video to learn more!
Deploy to IBM Bluemix with the Bluemix Button, Part 1 - In this video you learn how to deploy your application code to IBM Bluemix to share it with others with the simple push of a button - the IBM Bluemix button. This 2 minutes video provides details about how that button works and how you can embed it in various locations.
Deploy to IBM Bluemix with the Bluemix Button, Part 2- In this follow up video to Deploying to IBM Bluemix via the Bluemix button you learn how to edit your application code, examine special files in your code repository, add services to your project, and customize a build script for a sample application. IBM Bluemix allows you to share your application with others with the simple push of a button - the IBM Bluemix button.