In the high day of location-based mobile deals and offers, the question of defining user’s location for specific services, collecting statistics or keeping track of a user’s movement for specific purposes remains as relevant as ever.
This article is the continuation of the series of Lemberg's blog posts about the development of location tracking apps. In this post, I will share some more complicated information about the fused location provider.
Test, Double-test, and Triple-test
For some time now, we have been working on improving a location tracking feature for one of the agencies we collaborate with. The QA process for location tracking is expectedly different from that of other features, simply because location tracking must be tested in a real environment and there is no way around it. It is best practice to assess the app in different conditions, to make sure that it works as expected and under all circumstances.