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Gorilla Logic: Testing Mobile Apps in the CloudGorilla Logic: Testing Mobile Apps in the Cloud

Nicholas Mukhar

March 8, 2012

2 Min Read
Gorilla Logic: Testing Mobile Apps in the Cloud

If you haven’t heard of Gorilla Logic, now is the time for an introduction. The enterprise-level application development platform provider has been serving enterprise customers across verticals since 2002.  Wells Fargo, Verizon Wireless and previously Sun Microsystems (now owned by Oracle) are just a few of the businesses that use Gorilla Logic’s application testing development platform for both web and mobile applications. And this week, Gorilla Logic added two new services to its application development and testing platform.

One is the Gorilla Logic Continuous QA Cloud. Gorilla Logic is touting the new solution as the industry’s first Quality as a Service (QaaS) platform that can both test and track the quality of mobile applications across all mobile devices running on the Apple iOS platform. The QA Cloud is designed to help businesses cut the time it takes to develop and test their applications, cut associated costs, and eliminate many of the “expertise barriers” that companies face when developing mobile applications. Businesses can choose to test their applications either automatically or on-demand across as many as hundreds of mobile devices and simulation environments at once. They can also add QaaS capabilities to their mobile devices within three weeks.

And in order to further take advantage of the QA Cloud, Gorilla Logic has also released MonkeyTalk, an iOS /Android compatible  and record/playback functional platform designed to help businesses develop high performance mobile apps much more quickly than before.

We’ll be speaking with Gorilla Logic to learn more details about both of these releases within the next few days. But in its press release, Gorilla Logic said that MonkeyTalk will fill a gaping void in the way businesses develop applications because it is Android and iOS compatible. MonkeyTalk is specifically designed to help quality assurance (QA) pros develop their own keyword language that they can use during application testing. It can record, play back and validate user interaction on simulators and devices and can automatically convert scripts to JavaScript.


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