so I'm trying to write up some common base test cases for Android and iOS apps. I have already written some functional test cases which can be used by both, but I am having trouble with writing UI test cases. Does anyone have any sample UI test cases that I maybe able to use?
you could define:
- Stress test: UI navigation from screen to another several times (about 10) and check app behavior.
- Error case: if Internet connection is needed, stop Wifi Access point during using the app and check mobile app behavior.
- Feature interactivity: use the mobile app and receive a call, receive a MMS, receive a SMS...
Well I was thinking something like what sizes the icons should be? or screen resolutions? alignment? any standard test cases that a tester would use to check if the User Interface of the application is up to standard for iOS or Android.
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Sorry I didn't get back to you. My life has been a bit hectic so I didn't see this post/question until now.
As you are talking about mobile phone UI standards, I would suggest you contact Apple and Android as they would know what the standards are for icon sizes, screen resolutions, alignment and perhaps more. I think these are very reasonable test cases but the benchmark knowledge is going to be with them. I never tested mobile phone applications so I don't have the experience.
Look on their websites and perhaps narrow down to the mobile UI information first which may help you to get the info you need.
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