A new platform that provides test automation for mobile apps, TouchTest tests apps capabilities including multi-touch gestures SOASTA announced today the release of its newest mobile developer tool, TouchTest. Providing a testing tool that recreates all user actions and gestures when utilizing a smartphone, mobile app developers will now be able to release their applications knowing its true abilities.
In a booming app economy come apps made for helping you develop and test apps, just as apps get more important. Read on for hot app-on-app action! A firm called SOASTA, which dubs itself the "leader in cloud-based performance and functional testing" has some news today about a release of its CloudTest Platform--something that "for the first time" allows "functional test automation for continuous multi-touch, gesture-based mobile applications." Multitouch, gestures, apps, and the cloud all in one thing--it's a tech writer's heaven. Within the news, though, are a couple of important trends, connected to the development of smartphone and tablet technology.
SOASTA (previous CloudAve coverage), Mountain View based cloud testing company, today announced the availability of performance and functional testing for continuous multi-touch, gesture based mobile applications. It is based on their TouchTest technology and offers precision testing of such mobile platforms while also ensuring stability of automated tests across releases. Right now it is available for iOS and Android devices and they might expand to other platforms over time.
Cloud-based web and mobile app-testing start-up SOASTA has gotten another $12 million in funding. The round was led by the Entrepreneurs' Fund, with participation from prior investors Canaan Partners, Formative Ventures and Pelion Venture Partners.
Soasta Inc. has secured $12 million in funding for its cloud-based app-testing platform. The funding was led by the Entrepreneurs' Fund, with previous investors Canaan Partners, Formative Ventures and Pelion Venture Partners also participating.
Soasta Inc. said Monday it raised $12 million in funding. The Mountain View-based company specializes in cloud-based performance testing. The round was led by London-based The Entrepreneurs' Fund and included participation from prior investors Menlo Park-based Canaan Partners and Formative Ventures, and Salt Lake City-based Pelion Venture Partners.