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TenKod Announces Out-of-the-Box Continuous Integration Solution For Mobile Application Testing

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שישי, 28 נובמבר 2014 18:07
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TenKod Announces Out-of-the-Box Continuous Integration Solution For Mobile Application Testing

Featuring unique technology, TenKod EZ TestApp is the ultimate solution for seamless Android and iOS applications testing in Continuous Integration processes.

TenKod EZ TestApp has been hailed as the latest forerunner in the world of mobile applications testing. The company's flagship product, EZ TestApp, seamlessly facilitates a smooth transition from the mobile application's development to launch phase without compromising cost and effectiveness.

Featuring ingenious technology, EZ TestApp offers clients a cost effective yet efficient solution within the world of mobile applications testing. Unlike other available solutions that rely heavily on plugins and custom solutions, EZ TestApp takes a technological leap forward and does without them. Furthermore, generated test projects boast compatibility with all leading Continuous Integration (CI) systems and do not require device jail breaking, rooting and application instrumentation. EZ TestApp unique approach helps development organizations shift mobile application production from a post, late phase, to the early stages of the development process.

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 TenKod Mobile Application Testing in Continuous Integration

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