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on 17th December 2018 / by aswathy.s
Running multiple iOS Simulator instances is very helpful for testing purposes. This is helpful in testing same application on different devices simultaneously or with different user credentials simultaneously. The default behaviour does not allow to run more than one simulator instance from XCode. But it is possible to do it from the command line.   For this change the directory into Developer/Applications in XCode.app package and run simulator with the "open" command.   cd /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Applications open -n Simulator.app open -n Simulator.app When the second simulator instance launches you’ll get an error message saying “Unable to boot device in the current state: Booted”. Dismiss the error message and proceed with the test. Device hardware type can be changed from "Hardware >> Device" menu of the iOS Simulator. Mobile Applications Mobile Testing Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *
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on 19th October 2012 / by anju.r
QR code is a two dimensional bar code having information which can be recognized and interpreted through electronic signals only. QR code is displayed in square pattern with dark dots in white background. For testing Mobile QR codes you have to first install a QR code reader on your device. For example QR Droid is one of the apps in the Android Market (Google Play) that adds QR Code support to Android phones. How to test QR Codes? Install any of the QR code apps for your phone Open the page where QR code is displayed. Open the application on your mobile and target your device's camera at the QR code. Then the bar code information will be displayed in your mobile. Test whether the information interpreted by the reader is the same as what was expected of the QR code. Android Software Testing Mobile Testing Encryption Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marker *