Jamo automation solution

Hello

In this short post, i will shortly give a taste about Jamo Solution – Mobile test automation solution

As you know, the mobile market is growing rapidly and so are the solutions.

We described in earlier blogs some of the players in the mobile automation and cloud, and one of them is JAMO

http://www.jamosolutions.com/

Jamo provides unique mobile automation to the various mobile platforms on a non jail break or rooted handsets (Android, iOS, Windows and BlackBerry). The solution is based on plug in which is installed on the leading IDE’s (eclipse, QTP, Visual Studio) which communicates with a Jamo device manager component on the PC, and a small agent which is running on the target device and allows the real objects recognition per platform. The add on allows to record/replay and get the GUI objects from each target device (real object) to be used on your automated script. The solution is secured per each customer. For governance, near army institute, banking and secured applications this is the solution of choice according to the company spokesman.

The solution was well proved and used with customers, and is being deployed globally by various partner and integrators which works with Jamo which is located in Belgium & Switzerland

For more information you may contact the representatives, and get the trials/demos and more

Good Luck

Eran

Latest news from the mobile world

Hi,

In the last couple of days and with the new iPhone5 announcement i wanted to gather the main highlights in one place 🙂

  • iPhone 5 (http://www.apple.com/iphone/) which was announced shall be available next week together with a possible launch of the new iOS6!
  • Details around the app store applications –> Total of 700,000 apps available in AppStore, while ~250,000 also ported to iPad
  • battle in the mobile world continues, and few great smartphones put themselves as leaders and competitors to the new iPhone 5:

** HTC One X – http://www.htc.com/www/smartphones/htc-one-x/ (4.7” Screen)

** Samsung Galaxy SIII – http://www.samsung.com/global/galaxys3/ (4.8” Screen)

** LG Optimus G – http://reviews.cnet.com/smartphones/lg-optimus-g-unlocked/4505-6452_7-35427825.html (4.7” Screen)

** Motorola Razr Maxx HD – http://www.engadget.com/2012/09/05/motorola-droid-razr-hd-maxx-hands-on-bigger-battery-beautiful/ (4.7” Screen)

** Sony Xperia S – http://www.gsmarena.com/sony_xperia_s-4369.php (4.3” Screen)

** Nokia Lumia 920 – http://www.nokia.com/global/products/phone/lumia920/ (4.5” Screen)

Eran Kinsbruner