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Appdome announced Build-to-Test which enables mobile developers to streamline the testing of cybersecurity features in mobile apps.
The new capability allows Appdome-protected mobile apps to recognize when automated mobile app testing suites are in use and securely completed without interruption by a vendor, logging all security events for the developer to track and monitor.
The Build-to-Test service is part of Appdome's Dev2Cyber initiative and will accelerate the delivery of secure mobile apps globally.
The new Build-to-Test option on Appdome extends Appdome's support for automated mobile app testing services and allows Appdome-protected mobile applications to recognize the testing vendor and securely complete testing runs without interruption.
"We've always supported automated testing," said Chris Roeckl, Chief Product Officer at Appdome. "Build-to-Test solves one of the last operational challenges of testing mobile applications at scale and maintains end-to-end security in the mobile DevSecOps pipeline."
Appdome-protected mobile apps have always been testable on devices made available through automated mobile application testing vendors.
Advantages of the new Build-to-Test feature include:
- Fully automated testing for Appdome-protected mobile apps;
- Fully automated mobile app testing services to validate cyber defenses in Appdome protected mobile apps;
- Reduced complexity when testing protected mobile apps in automated environments;
- Eliminate the need to test protected and unprotected builds separately; and
- Protect test builds with Appdome defenses to ensure improved DevSecOps compliance.
"Mobile developers want to test complete Android and iOS builds that include cyber and anti-fraud defenses," said Jamie Bertasi, Chief Customer Officer at Appdome. "Our goal is to remove every ounce of friction that stands in the way of protecting the mobile app economy."
Appdome's Built-to-Test option is available with Appdome-DEV and Appdome-SRM licenses and compatible with all major mobile app testing services including Microsoft App Center, Sauce Labs, BitBar, LambdaTest and BrowserStack to reduce time to market, improve app quality and increase pipeline efficiency.
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