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How to Extend HP UFT (QTP) to Test Mobile Apps an Websites

Webinar Published By: Keynote
Published:  Nov 13, 2013
Type:  Webinar

If you are an HP UFT/QTP user or if organization testing mobile websites and applications, than this recorded webinar is for you! Learn how Keynote’s DeviceAnywhere technology works with HP UFT (Unified Functional Testing) to enable users to test on real devices, from anywhere!

Senior product experts Rachel Obstler (Senior Director of Product Management) and Darren Madonick (Senior Solutions Consultant) demonstrate how easy it is to test real mobile apps and websites all from within HP UFT, giving you the skills you need to improve the quality of your mobile applications, reduce your time to market, and work within your current testing budget.

In this recorded webinar you will learn:

  • How to reduce the costs and headaches associated with purchasing, managing and maintaining mobile devices
  • How to make it easier for your QA teams to perform the same tests on real mobile devices, all from within your HP UFT tool
  • How to test a website or app while simultaneously testing the functionality of multiple devices, on-demand from any desktop in the world

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