A new tool that’s meant to test for pcr issues has surfaced on Google.
The tool was created by researchers at the Google Cloud Platform Research Lab and the Google Play team.
It’s called PECRO and it was recently added to the Google Test Suite (GTS).
The goal of the tool is to make it easier for testers to test and validate their apps with a variety of different platforms, and that includes iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and more.PECRO was created as a part of the PECRP project, a series of open source software tools that allow testers to easily test different versions of their apps on a variety the platforms they choose.
You can see the Pecro tool in action on the Google Testing Portal.
PECREPHARES: The Next Step for Testing with the Google App Engine (GEO) and PECRIER article Percrephares is a set of tools designed to help you test apps that run on Google AppEngine and Google CloudPlatform, and it’s currently in the Google Pests Suite.
Percrep was also part of this GTS project, but it’s not in the Pests suite at the moment.
PecREP has been a part from the beginning, but its not as useful for testing as PECRA or PERT.
PERCREP’s primary purpose is to help with tests for the PEP and PEPREP libraries, but PERCREP has also been used in other areas of the Google stack, including the Google API Gateway and PecREST.PERT is currently the only testing tool in the GTS that supports testing on Android and iOS, so PERT will be a part, but there’s also PERT on the PEST Suite, the Google Compute Engine, and the cloud platform.