As a developer we all know about that rumor of writing any kind of test is a costly task. In this post I would like to show you a better way for writing UI tests that even makes it fun when it comes to a very large mobile app.
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Mobile apps thrive on an appealing and well-structured design that helps users achieve their goals. In this article, I'll show you how an old app design can be redesigned to make it look modern and clean. You'll learn more about the design process and design decisions made to provide users with a user-centric UI and UX that helps them achieve their goals.
UI testing is an essential part of mobile app development to ensure that the app delivers the best possible user experience and meets the needs and expectations of its users. But how do we do that in .NET MAUI when Xamarin.UITest is not fully compatible anymore? Let's look at 3 alternatives to Xamarin.UITest.
I am currently working on porting a Xamarin Forms app to DOTNET MAUI. The app also uses maps from Apple or Google Maps to display locations. Even though there was no official support in MAUI until the release of .NET 7, I want to show you a way to display maps via custom handler.