Currently, the two biggest obstacles to website and application release is the necessary but time consuming testing software and documentation of the application flow. By creating a unique automatic approach for putting apps and websites through a rigorous battery of tests while documenting the app flow, he will help developers and entrepreneurs alike save money, as well as hundreds of man-hours spent on repetitive and onerous labor.
Atkinson's tutorials will be available to consumers through an in-depth video series. They will cover areas that he has found to be the most critical to developers and quality management engineers that include using open-source, cross-platform testing frameworks, which increase productivity while documenting testing procedures. In turn these professionals regain time, which is better spent finessing and enhancing their applications and websites.
"There are plenty of books and videos on how to create spectacular applications and websites but information on testing and documenting their creation is often sparse and incomplete. There has never been another video series created to cover the ins and outs of test automation like this one. Nearly every developer is still struggling through the arduous process of manually testing each and every app many times over. This course will be the first of its kind, and change the way people think about application and website testing. You will learn everything you need in order to create a robust automated testing suite for Android and iOS apps, mobile websites, and conventional websites."
Atkinson says a major challenge will be expediting content release. Since the class extensively covers all aspects of test automation, updates will be added on a continuous basis. This way, consumers will have access to the most up-to-date information, ensuring complete understanding of the complex subject matter.
Atkinson is seeking to raise $5,000 in order to complete the video series with professional production quality. If the funding goal is met, extra funds will be used to produce more videos for the series. You can contribute to the campaign at http://ks.testingloop.com.