Wednesday, August 3, 2022
For years, mobile testing has lacked a proper structure and framework to successfully enable development teams to implement and scale continuous end to end mobile testing. After working with hundreds of mobile application companies in his role as co-founder & CTO of Waldo, Laurent Sigal will take you through the guiding principles and practical steps necessary to establish a mobile testing pyramid to shift mobile testing left. Join this session to learn:
-An overview of the mobile testing pyramid that enables mobile teams to break the speed versus quality dichotomy
-How to properly set up your environment to enable end to end testing, including the importance of proper state management
-The six major benefits you will gain from improving your mobile DevOps
Running end-to-end testing for mobile applications has always been a burdensome challenge. The most popular solutions for mobile testing, including scripting, are time consuming, inefficient, and often lead to flaky results that are ignored by developers. Join this discussion with Dinorah Tovar, Google Developer Expert on Android as she outlines how to run end-to-end tests throughout your software development lifecycle which enables her to build faster without compromising quality.
Thursday, August 4, 2022
Bring the power of graphs to iOS mobile app development in this hands-on workshop. We will explore how to use the Neo4j GraphQL Library to build GraphQL APIs backed by Neo4j AuraDB and how to integrate GraphQL into an iOS app using SwiftUI. Some familiarity with Swift and iOS app development will be helpful, although not required. To follow along during the workshop attendees will need a Mac laptop with a recent version of Xcode installed.
Mobile-based Augmented Reality has come a long way both in terms of software and hardware support. In this session, we will re-cap, compare and contrast the features, advantages and disadvantages of 3 major platforms on top of which developers can build mobile AR experiences - iOS ARKit6, Android ARCore1.32, and mobile web (WebXR, AFrame).
The talk will include live demos (Android, iOS, mobile web) and sample applications for the same will made be available on GitHub afterward.