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Pro iOS Web Design and Development: HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript by Andrea Picchi

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Chapter 11

Testing iOS WebApps

Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren't used to an environment where excellence is expected.

—Steve Jobs

After seeing how to optimize our web application in the last chapter, we now approach the test phase. After an introduction about lifecycles and agile testing approaches, we will see how to organize a test, first creating a use-case and then the assets needed for testing it.

We will perform a test and then learn how to evaluate it using specific kinds of feedback, such as design or emotional feedback, and variables, such as the number of used touches, the number of mistakes, and the estimated time of arrival.

Web Development Lifecycles

In application development, we can apply two major types of lifecycles: ...

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