VANCOUVER, BC and SAN CARLOS, CA / ACCESSWIRE / (OTCQB: FOGCF; CSE: FOG; FRA: MUU3)(“FogChain” or the “Company”) FogChain is excited to announce it has completed the development and release of significant new capabilities for Trident, a unified cross-platform application development, testing and monitoring services platform. Trident’s Build-Once-Deploy-Everywhere software architecture provides developers with a suite of tools to build, test, and monitor exciting new applications using a single code-base while being natively deployed across desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.
In the fast-paced $500 billion global application development and testing market, one of the biggest challenges is to properly manage and maintain applications through changes in mobile operating systems and the devices they run on. Another challenge is to cost-effectively and efficiently test and monitor applications on an ongoing basis to mitigate the possibility of application downtime and usability degradation, as well as maintain the ability to integrate new features and functionality.
Trident, FogChain’s unified cross-platform application development, testing and monitoring service platform, just released major new capabilities for the automated testing industry which include the ability to capture mobile objects and elements to build an object repository for functional mobile automation. Essentially, this new update enables the automated analysis, recognition, and logging of web objects and native iOS and Android mobile objects in an application, replacing the typical time-consuming approach of manual inspector tools.
James Cerna, Fogchain’s CEO, stated: “This latest development for Trident is really exciting for FogChain because of the services and capabilities we can now provide our clients. Not only do we have the latest technology for automated testing, we’re able to provide this to our enterprise clients to efficiently and cost-effectively test and monitor applications on a near real-time basis. With over 4 billion active mobile devices world-wide, we’re both honored and humbled by the potential impact this can have on the automated test case management industry.”
Chief Strategy Officer, Patrick Quilter, commented: “We’ve been thinking about ways to dramatically improve the performance and efficiency of our platform and the end result is this major achievement. Very simply – this gives our clients the ability to automatically capture mobile objects, build an object repository in Trident, and jump right into automating test cases.”
This new development is part of Trident and the Company’s patented Test Case Manager (“TCM”) suite. TCM effortlessly organizes test suites and execution settings, allowing them to run on third-party platforms that include AWS Device Farm, Sauce Labs, Browser Stack, and several others. TCM also features a simplified configuration and development for automation engineers that want to leverage their coding skills, all within virtualized containers.
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