SAN FRANCISCO, May 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
TestFairy, the leading mobile testing and optimization platform, announced today a testing and runtime closed loop, with Atlassian's products.
TestFairy's comprehensive solution mobile beta testing, allows mobile developers to automatically upload their apps directly from Atlassian's Bitbucket Pipelines environment.
In case of a crash, TestFairy Insight's module automatically sends the crash details to JIRA Software and HipChat, with direct links to Bitbucket, to the exact line of code that caused that crash.
This allows developers to be immediately notified about their users' struggles as well as get immediate access to the crash details.
Furthermore, TestFairy's Insights module contextualizes the mobile app crash for mobile developers, testers and product manager, by providing a video recording of the user actions that lead to the crash.
"Atlassian is thrilled to integrate TestFairy in Bitbucket Pipelines." said Bryant Lee, Head of Ecosystem, Software teams, at Atlassian. "The way TestFairy distributes mobile apps built with Atlassian Pipelines and maps crash reports back to Bitbucket has great potential to make developers life easier." he added.
"Based on requests we've received from our large developer and testers community, we're happy to release the solution that closes the loop between source code and crashes, by creating a link between the two." said Gil Megidish, TestFairy CTO. "When showing a crash, TestFairy will automagically link the video recording of the user session and the stack trace to your Bitbucket repository, at the right branch and revision. Many of our customers who already tested the solution came back and said their work became much more efficient" he added.
TestFairy, the leading mobile testing and optimization platform helps companies improve their beta testing by providing them with videos showing what exactly happened on their app during testing. This allows companies to perform mass beta testing with tens of thousands of company employees, or crowd testers, before an app is released to the market or updated in the store. The platform provides developers with videos, as well as logs, crash reports, statistics regarding CPU, memory, battery, phone reception, and detailed network traces showing how client server communication correlates to the user's visual experience.
TestFairy is a leading mobile beta-testing platform, providing app-testing solutions for iOS and Android developers. The company was founded in 2013 and so far had raised $1M from various investors including the 500 Startups fund and California based Centercode, world leader of beta testing management solutions.
For more information please visit http://www.testfairy.com