15 June 2016
DroidconNL 2011 Amsterdam
Droidcon 2011 Amsterdam: Live Presentation of Test Coverage on Android PhonesVerifysoft Technology sponsors Droidcon 2011 Amsterdam.
Please visit our booth
on Tuesday/Wednesday, 22+23 November 2011
at INIT, Amsterdam Oostenburgereiland, Czaar Peterstraat 213
1018 PL Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Roland Bär, Chief Technical Officer, Verifysoft Technology GmbH (Germany)
will give a presentation about test coverage on Android phones:
(30 minutes, 20 for presentation, 10 for questions)
Test coverage reports are the only proof, that you have really tested your application.
We will start with a basic explanation, what test coverage basically is.
We have a look at different levels of coverage, starting from function coverage, to decision, condition, MC/DC (as required by DO178B) and multi-condition.
The test coverage tool in question is Testwell CTC++ plus the CTC++ for Java and C# add-on. Testwell CTC++ (Test Coverage Analyzer for C and C++) is an easy to use tool, to get test coverage virtually with any compiler and any target. Based on the assumption the JVM is just another target, and Java is just a kind of C++ dialect, the Java add-on was written as front-end from me. It worked later almost out of the box with Android.
First, we have a look, how to setup tool-chain for a native (NDK) application, how to prefix/overwrite the compiler there, then compile it, download to the phone, run the application, drop then data to /data/data/`package-name`/MON.txt (the place, you can e.g. store high-scores), and transfer it back to the host, convert it and create the test coverage report.
Then we will proceed with a Java Application, how to build with CTC++ and Ant. Download and run it. Basically same procedure to get coverage data out, convert and generate the reports.
Testwell CTC++ has been successfully used in aeronautics (DO178B), medical devices and automotive industry. The tool is a proprietary tool of Testwell Oy, Tampere, Finland.
About the lecturer:
Roland studied physics and telecommunication-technology in Karlsruhe and Offenburg (Germany). He participates in the development of Testwell and Parasoft testing tools. Since 2003 he is head of development and support at Verifysoft Technology. Slide Presentation You are interested in Testing of Embedded Systems?
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