How to Calculate Your Daily Active Users and Why It Matters
If you’re looking for a great metric to track user engagement and growth on your platform, you might want to measure your daily active users (DAU). But keep in mind that while DAU is a good starting point, it’s not necessarily a holistic metric for measuring performance. Not only can this number measure traction (depending on the service or product you’re building), but it’s a useful metric for the product team: DAU shows the product team how users engage with your platform and indicates if you’re building for stickiness, which in turn helps minimize churn. In this post on Panoply’s blog, Gift “Gigi” Kenneth discusses who’s considered a daily active user, why DAU is a useful metric to measure, how to measure it, and measurement misconceptions.
Mocha for TypeScript Testing: How to Get Started
Selenium Standalone Server: Understand and Start Using It
Though most people probably think of Selenium as a test automation tool, it’s actually a solution for browser automation. Armed with such power, you can use it in whatever way best suits your needs. Selenium’s flexibility also shows in the several different flavors the tool offers. This post on Testim’s blog is a guide about one such flavor: Selenium Server Standalone.
How to Write 3 Types of UI Tests With UIAutomator
UIAutomator is a testing framework provided by the Android operating system. It’s used to doing automation testing on an Android device or Android emulator. In this post from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog, you can learn about UIAutomator and how to run UIAutomatorViewer on a Mac. Then, we’ll write test cases with UIAutomator in a simple Calculator app.
How to Get Started with Appium on Windows: A Simple Guide
In order to make E2E testing simple and easier, several testing software tools have been developed over the years. One of them is Appium, an open-source test automation framework for use with native, hybrid, and mobile web apps. In this guide on Waldo’s blog, Boluwatife Fayemi discusses the steps and processes required to install Appium on the Windows operating system.
9 Must-Know Data Security Threats and How to Combat Them
As companies store and leverage more data, they become bigger targets for cybercriminals. Indeed, companies today face an ever-changing cyber threat landscape, which is becoming more sophisticated and dangerous. Read on in this post on Traceable’s blog to learn why data security is important and some tips to help keep your business safe from cyberattacks.
Appium Architecture, Explained
In this post from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog, you’ll learn about Appium, its server, and its architecture. Appium is an open-source mobile app testing framework that’s completely free to use. You can use it to test all types of mobile applications, whether they’re written using Kotlin or Java for Android or Swift or Objective-C for iOS. You can even test mobile apps written with languages like React Native or Flutter, which use web view to create cross-mobile apps.
Appium Studio: An Introductory Guide for Mobile Devs
Appium is a completely open-source and free tool that we can use to do automation testing for mobile apps with ease. And it comes both as an npm package and a GUI app. There’s also another GUI app called Appium Studio, created by Digital.ai. This is a paid tool, but it has an excellent community version that is totally free to use. In this post on Waldo’s blog, Nabendu Biswas discusses Appium Studio in detail. We’ll also show you how to install it on both Windows and Mac operating systems and do our first test.
10 Appium Interview Questions (and Answers That Will Impress)
In this post from Nabendu Biswas on Waldo’s blog, you can look into questions about Appium that you might be asked during an interview, along with their answers. Appium is a must-have skill for automation testers and especially mobile testers. These interview questions are divided into beginner, intermediate, and expert questions. And you can choose the best category based on your years of experience.