Top 10 Ubertesters publications about mobile app testing in 2016
2016 is almost over and it is that time of the year when we should try to summarize the yearly events. We decided to analyze all of the published content and collect the “Best of 2016” topics for you. Our team is not suggesting that this list is definitive, complete, or authoritative. We simply wish to represent some favorite selections about mobile app testing that brought a lot of requests and comments to our team.
Check out the posts that we feel deserve a little extra attention. Who knows, they may help you launch a great product in 2017. If you want to extend this list, you are always welcome!
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