• Modelo de certificación de pruebas de aplicaciones web y móviles

      Rivas Galloso, Paul; Contreras Mauricio, Fiorela Rufina; Arteaga Peña, Fernando Leoncio (Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), 2017-05-07)
      The software testing process is an important and fundamental phase within the life cycle of software development, since it allows to guarantee the quality of the product. However, in most cases they are not taken into account because the development is extended and the time is reduced for its final delivery. That is why they translate the process of testing or certification as a waste of time, money and resources. Currently, we are in a process of digital transformation in which people prefer to use web pages or app, of companies in their different areas, to perform their operations. It follows that now traditional software tests should be specifically focused on these two platforms due to their differential characteristics. For example, there is a range of devices that have different operating systems, versions, providers, updates, browsers, editions, etc. Which directly affects the fact of having security and tranquility, that the Web or Mobile application that we develop will work correctly in all the devices of this great ecosystem. Android is the most used OS and has the most fragmentation in the market, which means that great effort is required for certification and a great post-production support. In a study carried out to users of mobile applications, it is obtained that 56% of people comment that they have a bad experience with the applications, either because they froze, an unexpected error occurred, excessive consumption of battery, etc. Therefore, this project proposes a certification model for mobile and web applications, which allows to reduce complexity in the testing phase and provide a product with the least possible number of errors. In this context, in the present project we propose a mobile and web application test certification model where functional and non-functional requirements are presented, test case scenarios and tools to automate each of them.
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    • Modelo de certificación de pruebas no funcionales

      Rivas Galloso, Paul; Quezada Dávila, Manuel Alejandro; Villarreal Agüero, Renzo Geraldo (Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), 2018-06-05)
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