How to Test Your Software at Scale in Moving Vehicles

How to Test Your Software at Scale in Moving Vehicles

The creators of the traffic, navigation, and parking app INRIX Traffic understand this fact as well as anybody. There is a wide variety of challenges that its app needs to account for that only exist in the conditions of the real world - whether it is spotty patches of cell service, a driver transitioning from Wi-Fi connectivity to mobile data, or a backroad that serves as a viable route but doesn’t get picked up by GPS. Customers rely on INRIX to navigate them from coffee shops to concerts and anywhere in-between.

In this video, Applications Development Manager Preston VanderWeyst explains how INRIX Traffic is able to include all of the real-world variability into its QA process by leveraging the Applause community.

 

Video of Preston VanderWeyst explaining how INRIX Traffic leverages the Applause community to include all of the real-world variability throughout the entire QA process.

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