Lemberg collaborates with agencies that provide location tracking solutions to their customers. One of the most popular areas of using our expertise is location tracking for skiing. This kind of solution requires an exceptional approach to QA and can’t be limited to application testing within your office walls.
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We have written a lot of articles on the location tracking in app development already and many more to come, though we thought that the list will be incomplete without the basics. Below is a short outline to help you learn about GPS accuracy.
Test, Double-test, and Triple-test
For some time now, we have been working on improving a location tracking feature for one of the agencies we collaborate with. The QA process for location tracking is expectedly different from that of other features, simply because location tracking must be tested in a real environment and there is no way around it. It is best practice to assess the app in different conditions, to make sure that it works as expected and under all circumstances.
Don’t you get a deja vu when you run a new app and discover the same issues all over again? It’s actually no wonder you do, as some key mistakes tend to recur no matter how hard the developers vow not to repeat them in their next app. Oftentimes, bugs are device-specific due to different configurations and hardware. In this blogpost, we’ve put together a list of mistakes that software engineers make during programming, coding, and tuning, which inevitably lead to bugs in the software.