Perfecto Mobile, a company offering the MobileCloud Platform, has released an offering designed to offer integrated development and testing capabilities of mobile applications to Visual Studio and Microsoft Azure users; promotional offers are available for MSDN subscribers.
Perfecto Mobile is working with Microsoft Corp. to bring support for C# test scripts to its application, enabling developers in Visual Studio to write testing scripts in C# and execute across multiple devices managed by Perfecto. Additional features include integration into the build process to automatically provision devices and run tests from a work item, publishing all test results back to Team Foundation Server or Visual Studio Online. Windows Phone 8.1 is supported by Perfecto Mobile as well.
Perfecto Mobile is working with Microsoft to deliver a solution that provides business-critical mobile apps available, the company said. The joint offering enables developers and testers to use more mobile activities in their existing visual studio environments, and use existing investment in tools, people, knowledge and processes, Perfecto added.
“Moving at the speed of mobile poses numerous challenges to dev/test teams today, and pressure to improve an application’s velocity without impacting quality is only increasing as the mobile market matures,” said Melinda-Carol Ballou, program director, application life-cycle management and executive strategies, IDC. “Support for C# and Microsoft Team Foundation Server enables the extensive network of Microsoft developers to take advantage of the combined capabilities for mobile testing with Perfecto Mobile, leveraging synergy across products.”
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