How to Test Your Software at Scale in Moving Vehicles

The creators of the traffic, navigation, and parking app INRIX Traffic understand this fact as well as anybody. There is a wide variety of challenges that its app needs to account for that only exist in the conditions of the real world - whether it is spotty patches of cell service, a driver transitioning from Wi-Fi connectivity to mobile data, or a backroad that serves as a viable route but doesn’t get picked up by GPS. Customers rely on INRIX to navigate them from coffee shops to concerts and anywhere in-between.

In this video, Applications Development Manager Preston VanderWeyst explains how INRIX Traffic is able to include all of the real-world variability into its QA process by leveraging the Applause community.

 

Video of Preston VanderWeyst explaining how INRIX Traffic leverages the Applause community to include all of the real-world variability throughout the entire QA process.

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