Monkop Solo (experimental) – Demo

Hello everyone, we are glad to show you the first bits of Monkop client version The first time you open Monkop client, you will find a list of connected devices to your computer. Here we have a broken S4 used for testing purposes First, we must choose (and type) the device number we want and press thebutton In this case: 1Then, select the app we want to manually test. Now Monkop will analyze the app and get everything ready to start capturing. Then, pick up your device and get ready to test the app. Monkop will automatically start the app for you (and will measure startup time taken) The app is now ready to test, so let’s do it…. The main idea here is to go deep into the app… You can do exploratory testing or just follow your test case steps. You can rotate the device several times trying to find some memory leaks .. scroll down till the end…. Or you can do any one of your favorite actions for finding bugs or detecting performance problems. Every action is captured and measured by Monkop The time lapse you have to test depends on your Monkop Configuration. In this case, we set it up to 3 minutes. After that period, Monkop will close the app. Now we will just wait to let Monkop start processing and uploading all the data… After the upload process, Monkop will start analyzing everything… and you will get the detailed report (in this case via email) let’s take a look at the results… We can see the video of our test… The Forms / Screens we tested… And drop-down charts for underestand app’s beehavior and detailed performance’s metrics Memory footprints… Network (upload, download and servers) Information about the UI performance Top Database query times in the mobile database (if the app uses it) and also detailed logs for developers In the “Information” section you’ll find general information about the app under test, such as: version, compatibility, permissions requested,
activities and included libraries. On the left panel, yellow / red indicators are values out of Monkop’s default thresholds, which are based on Google best practices and important market researches For example, here we can find a deep nested layout that we can improve… we can download the screenshot associated… Or take a look at the issue screenshot (great info for devs)

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