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Measure the Adequacy of Android Unit Tests with Mutation Testing

Measure the Adequacy of Android Unit Tests with Mutation Testing

Unit tests are an essential tool in a trustworthy test suite for an Android application or any other software system for that matter. But unit tests themselves doesn’t guarantee that the right features or requirements are tested, even if you did a thorough effort to cover as much code as possible in your entire code […]

Linking apps together with App Links

Linking apps together with App Links

When developing apps for mobile phones you want to offer your users the best user experience. Sometimes this includes showing information outside of your app, in another app. Up until recently, there was no real good way to do this. Luckily, now there is a new initiative App Links that provides an open source and […]

Cordova from the Trenches: Write Once, Run & Debug Everywhere!

Cordova from the Trenches: Write Once, Run & Debug Everywhere!

Co-written by Gian Luca Ortelli and Ashkan Roshanayi. Trifork was asked to develop a mobile app for crisis management in a “GRIP 1” crisis situation for Dutch municipalities.The users of the app are municipal employees involved during a crisis situation. The app was designed in co-creation with the involved municipal employees. But what is a […]

Top Free Android Applications

Top Free Android Applications

Since a week I have the latest Android phone of Sony Ericsson, the X10. As it is my first Android phone, the first thing I did was searching the Android Market for great apps to get the maximum out of my Android system. In this post I will show you my selection of apps that […]