Utilizing Push Notifications in a Progressive Web App (PWA)

A push notification is gentle nudge from your website to re-engage with a user by delivering a short message that pops up on the user’s device. The message can be triggered locally by the open application or can be “pushed” from the server to the user even when the app is not running. A service […]
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Beware the Trojans

When I taught computer programming classes in the 1980s, many first=time C programmers would write a Trojan login program for fun. They’d simulate the login prompt (no Windows back then). I gave a bit more info about this when I first wrote about Trojans on thus blog. Trojans are a form of social engineering: the […]
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Android User Interface Testing on Amazon’s Device Farm Part 2

In part 1 of this post I looked at how to create Robotium instrumentation tests for an Android application so that it could be tested on Amazon’s Device Farm. At the end of that post, we had two apk files: the application and the tests. The process of testing on the AWS device farm is […]
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Android User Interface Testing with AWS Device Farm – Part 1

I often get asked about automated testing of user interfaces of Android applications. Amazon released a service on AWS called Device Farm to support user interface (UI) testing, this seems to be a good time to take a look. UI testing can be immensely frustrating due to it’s inherent fragility. It often seems that as […]
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Mobile UX Design – How to Define the Mobile User Experience.

With mobile User Interfaces, it’s not about “fitting it all on the small screen” – it’s about designing the scenarios that match the mobile experience. When I work with clients in creating mobile user interfaces, I often find that the developers involved want to know about tricks that will let them “fit more stuff on the […]
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