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Investigation about the quality of software products

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There is no doubt in the fact that the Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the way we used to look at the networking of our devices. IoT has made our lives easier to an extent that now we can control any device from anywhere we want to. The complexity of IoT gives rise to an even more complex software testing procedure. The challenges that IoT software testing faces require an effective troubleshooting mechanism. Before moving towards the steps which one can take to deal with the predictable problems in IoT testing, let's have a brief idea about the problems which are specifically connected to IoT testing.

IoT devices use a large variety of different protocols in order to communicate with controllers. The main reason is the diversity of IoT devices. Devices require different kinds of communication protocols in order to interact with the controllers or server. For instance, IoT devices generally use Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT), Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP), and Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) protocols. All of these protocols have their pros and cons and hence they are selected on the nature and the use of the IoT device. Among all of these, MQTT is the most popular one.

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These protocols rely on a very fast and efficient communication system. Therefore, the slightest change in the status of the network adversely affects the working of connected IoT devices. Generally, most of the smart devices face a problem with networking groundwork. Same is the case with IoT devices. They depend on the quality of the network infrastructure. To create such a network which facilitates all kind of IoT devices is not practical in nature. So, here are some of the tricks which you can follow to perform IoT software testing flawlessly.

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There is no doubt in the fact that the Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the way we used to look at the networking of our devices. IoT has made our lives easier to an extent that now we can control any device from anywhere we want to. The complexity of IoT gives rise to an even more complex software testing procedure. The challenges that IoT software testing faces require an effective troubleshooting mechanism. Before moving towards the steps which one can take to deal with the predictable problems in IoT testing, let's have a brief idea about the problems which are specifically connected to IoT testing.

IoT devices use a large variety of different protocols in order to communicate with controllers. The main reason is the diversity of IoT devices. Devices require different kinds of communication protocols in order to interact with the controllers or server. For instance, IoT devices generally use Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT), Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP), and Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) protocols. All of these protocols have their pros and cons and hence they are selected on the nature and the use of the IoT device. Among all of these, MQTT is the most popular one.

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These protocols rely on a very fast and efficient communication system. Therefore, the slightest change in the status of the network adversely affects the working of connected IoT devices. Generally, most of the smart devices face a problem with networking groundwork. Same is the case with IoT devices. They depend on the quality of the network infrastructure. To create such a network which facilitates all kind of IoT devices is not practical in nature. So, here are some of the tricks which you can follow to perform IoT software testing flawlessly.

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