Updated features and a new addition to Mobile Quality Assurance
Christopher Dawson May 01, 2016MobileFirst_Platform MobileFirst_Quality_Assurance
As you may know, the IBM Mobile Quality Assurance (MQA) team recently released the latest MQA SDKs. If you have not yet used the old or the new version, try MQA on Bluemix.
Apache Cordova SDK
Enhanced bug reporting
Another shiny new MQA feature is enhanced bug reporting. It provides a new interface for reporting bugs and improved capabilities for including graphics in bug reports. Now, your testers can report bugs in a much more informative and understandable way. The updated interface includes fields for reporting the title of the issue, a summary of the problem, what they did when they encountered the problem, and the severity of the issue.
Furthermore, your testers have more options in regard to screen captures. Instead of being able to take a screen capture of only the current screen, they can also add a picture from their photo gallery or add a new picture by tapping into their phone’s camera. Defect selfies, anyone?
And, to answer your question, yes, all of the SDKs have these enhanced reporting capabilities.
Enjoy all of the new features by updating your current SDKs, or by trying MQA on Bluemix!
Stay tuned for more posts from Parker Sims and the IBM MQA team.
 Definition from: https://cordova.apache.org/
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