Weekly Bug Crawl by QAwerk: Whay for iOS test cases

Weekly Bug Crawl by QAwerk:  Whay for iOS test cases

Whay for iOS

At the times of all-things-digital, even such an everyday thing as a shopping list can turn into a beautifully designed app. So, meet Whay – simple, gorgeous and absolutely free application to shop in style. It is easy to use, contains no ads, but suffers from some itty-bitty bugs that our QA perfectionists found during the weekly BugCrawl.

The app crashes if you try to delete an item while it’s in Edit mode
Severity:

Critical

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Create a new item containing space symbol.
  2. Swipe left and tap Edit button.
  3. Swipe left and tap Delete button.

Environment:

iPhone SE (ios 10.3.3)

iPhone 6 (ios 11.0)

Actual result:

The app crashes.

Expected result:

The item is deleted.

The application crashes if you type in “.” to Quantity field
Severity:

Critical

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Create a new item.
  2. Tap on Quantity field.
  3. Type in “.”
  4. Exit Quantity field.

Environment:

iPhone SE iOS 10.3.3

iPhone 6 iOS 11.0

Actual result:

The app crashes.

Expected result:

The app returns to the item list.

The app crashes if you try to Drag-and-drop item from the bottom to the top of the list
Severity:

Critical

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Create nine or more items.
  2. Drag the last item to the start of the list.

Environment:

iPhone SE iOS 10.3.3

iPhone 6 iOS 11.0

Actual result:

The app crashes.

Expected result:

The list scrolls and the item moves on top.

The app crashes if you multitouch in location list
Severity:

Critical

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Tap Location icon.
  2. Create 3 locations.
  3. Swipe to edit.
  4. Tap Delete button and the next line at the same time.

Environment:

iPhone 6 iOS 11.0

Actual result:

The app crashes.

Expected result:

The chosen location was deleted.

Location input field is not adaptive
Severity:

Critical

Steps to reproduce:
  1. Tap on Location icon.
  2. Tap on Search field.

Environment:

iPhone 6 iOS 11.0

Actual result:

Field isn’t adaptive.

Expected result:

The field is adaptive.

Never underestimate the importance of creating lists. Some things just got to be stated and indicated clearly. If you are a developer, for you such things certainly include technical writing and documentation design. Without a correct technical writing, your project has a chance to exceed budget and to ruin a deadline: plus, having a documentation will make the utilization of your product easier. But you don’t have to spend your time on that nuances since our QA team, has many years of experience in such fields and is always ready to help you with it.

More and more people prefer typing on devices to handwriting. So now there are apps for most of the casual things. Whay has it all — an intuitive and clean interface, great but simple features — everything our team loves. But we were upset with lots of crashes.
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