Túum: Modelo de Pruebas para Aplicaciones Móviles Nativas (Túum: Test Model for Native Mobile Applications)

Humberto Sánchez Martínez (humberto100001@hotmail.com)1, María de Lourdes Hernández Rodríguez (mhernan@lania.mx)1, Eduardo López Domínguez (elopez@lania.mx)1

1Laboratorio Nacional de Informática Avanzada A. C.

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: May 2017
Volume: 15,   Issue: 5 
ISSN: 1548-0992

Nowadays the testing area in mobile application is strongly studied due to the increasing use of mobile devices and the development of mobile applications with different approaches, such as multimedia, games, information, among others. Mobile applications must consider several quality aspects such as optimizing resource use and usability to help meet targets. To accomplish this, several authors have proposed testing models. However, these models do not consider important aspects such as diversity of devices and do not cover the entire application developing process. This article describes a testing model for native mobile applications, characterized by specific tools and steps that contribute to measure aspects of internal and external quality such as failures or code optimization and usability recommendations. In addition, our model is attached to the software development process, from requirements to system testing, which facilitates its implementation and helps timely detection and correction of errors before continuing with the software development cycle.

Index Terms:
Test model,study case,native mobile applications,testing   

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