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Challenges in Mobile Application Testing: Sri Lankan Perspective

@inproceedings{Safran2014ChallengesIM,
  title={Challenges in Mobile Application Testing: Sri Lankan Perspective},
  author={Azah Ahmad Safran and W. P. D. Madusanka and Sarath S. Kodithuwakku and Hiruna Dissanayake},
  year={2014}
}
In Sri Lanka mobile technologies have important influence on processes in ICT with software development companies. Mobile technologies have a new type of software has emerged called mobile applications. Nowadays, the main concepts of mobile applications is broadly known and the development of mobile applications is more and more extensive. One of the most significant parts of mobile application development is mobile applications testing. The testing procedure has always been very vital and… Expand

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