The wearables market is blowing up and is poised to have an expansive app ecosystem of it’s own. Testing wearables is the new challenge as the technology rapidly evolves as the next big thing.
What are wearables?
Wearables (part of IoT) are in essence devices which can be worn, which possess a suite of sensors and the required computational power to handle the data and carry out tasks.
Wearables come in many shapes and forms,from small earbuds that track your sleep to smart skin patches that monitor your sweat and activity levels. They can serve many needs with their wide range of functionality. The potential use for applications is nearly unlimited which makes it the next big gold mine in the IT rush.
Some of the popular known wearables are smart watches,fitness monitors and GPS tracking devices. They help augment and analyse your daily life providing valuable information which assist in making decisions on how to improve yourself. Be it through analysing your workout routine and getting recommendations or encouraging you to be more active if the devices detects periods of lethargy and inactivity.
Being a practicing tester, We should be ready to take up any challenges. We should have better knowledge about wearables and how to approach testing it based on the context. So, we (Pradeep Lingan and Himansha Tyagi) loved the challenge and took it up for testing . We framed our approach to test apps in this device. We always go with designing a Model that help us to cover our test under various aspect.
We are working on various Internet of Things (IoT) devices and will be sharing our test approaches soon. Please feel to share your feedback .We would love to know more about your approaches. Let’s learn, share our knowledge and contribute to our community.
Himansha Tyagi |Exploratory Tester Pradeep Lingan | Exploratory Tester0