People who deal with the design of any mobile system sooner or later begin to ask the same questions. What specific test automation framework should I choose for mobile tests?
How to perform mobile testing with the Appium open source software testing tool.
The shift towards mobile platforms is a strong trend currently and Android is the most widely adopted mobile OS with an estimated market share above 80% in 2014. You should naturally test all the apps developed for Android and a large number of open source testing tools and test automation frameworks have been developed to achieve this goal.
Getting started with Appium is still really hard. Where should you start when you want to take your first baby steps towards performing test automation with the Appium open source testing tool?
Selenium 4 brings a brand-new Grid, full of features and great things! Selenium Grid 4 has a new flexible architecture, allowing you to run it in a fully distributed mode, in the traditional Hub/Node mode, or in the simple Standalone more.
It is becoming more and more challenging to test mobile apps on different devices, with different screen sizes, running different operating systems. During the development of a mobile app, we can easily verify and test the app on a mobile simulator or emulator.
This talk shares the mistakes made in the initial software testing phase while creating automated tests for mobile apps using Appium, the reasons behind those mistakes, and the solutions which helped to reduce Appium tests execution time by 50%.
This presentation shows how Appium, an open source test automation tool, is playing a significant role in bringing the extreme fast changes to the market in a real-time banking digital environment.