Application Testing Is Key
Before bringing an application to the market, in-house application testing is an essential part of application development to avoid end user problems. The documentation below gives you guidelines on what type of tests should be conducted to your application in the quality assurance phase of your product creation.
Series 60 Developer Platform 2.0: Guidelines For Testing J2ME(TM) Applications v1.0 (pdf file, 255 KB)
Series 60 Developer Platform: Guidelines For Testing C++ Applications v1.0 (pdf file, 489 KB)
The following commercial testing programs provide additional acceptance testing for applications including a digital signature to the application which has passed the testing. The signature guarantees the integrity and the source of the application. The programs offer also various marketing benefits for the applications.
Symbian Signed
Symbian Signed promotes best practise in developing applications and content for Symbian OS through the use of industry agreed quality guidelines. It is run by Symbian for and on behalf of the Symbian ecosystem and is endorsed and supported by network operators, Symbian OS licensees, publishers and the developer community. Symbian Signed provides a foundation program that reduces fragmentation and cost to the developer by providing the community with a single generic certification program that all parties can benefit from. For more information or to submit your application, please go to www.symbiansigned.com
Java Verified
The new Java Verified testing program is an industry-wide initiative for testing J2METM applications. Sun, Motorola, Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Siemens have joined forces to provide developers and their customers with a unified test criteria. For more details and access to the site, please go to: www.javaverified.com
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