Launching an application that is totally bug-free is a dream of every developer; however, it is extremely rigorous.
Just imagine every app on your smartphone works great, with no bugs and no application crashes or glitches. Everything works perfectly according to your expectations. Seems to be a dream? Yes, it is.
Removing bugs from an app is one of the most essential aspects of application development. Unfortunately, no code is flawless; no matter how diligently you work on omitting errors or glitches, they will inevitably appear in the application. As a result, the mobile user will find himself trapped with the bug until an updated version of the application is released.
Launching the new version of the application can take time and can eventually lead mobile users to stop using the application. There will be some of the alternate applications already existing in the App Store or Google Play Store. Therefore, you can’t make this expectation that mobile users will wait for your app to get a new update; they rather delete it. However, quickly locating a bug and fixing it is not a simple process. Debugging consumes a significant amount of productive time, and occasionally, rather than resolving a bug, we merely introduce new bugs.
One more challenge is that both Google and Apple don’t allow you to send executable code to apps. Moreover, any code that modifies Apple’s store guidelines is not allowed to be executed. Likewise, Google marks unrelated code as malicious following its program policy. Therefore, remotely upgrading apps are eliminated from the scenario.
So, in this article, we have explained some of the ways to either remove the bugs or minimise it by taking a few steps despite depending upon releasing a new version of the application:
In-depth testing, whether manual, beta or automation testing, greatly facilitates bug fixing. Automated testing provides the most reliable results and spares you from daunting regressions. In addition, it enables you to run test versions of your app, so you may look for flaws and errors that might appear while using the application.
With the help of a flagging system, you can make adjustments without pushing or embedding any extra code to fix bugs.
Slow rollouts provide you with more direction as well as clarity, mitigate the jeopardy of failures and incline your app’s value.
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