In this Appium tutorial, we take a look at how to create a sample maven project to use for Mobile Test Automation using Appium with Java. This Appium starter project is for mobile automation testing for both native and web view. It uses a sample app on an android emulator to run a basic search test using Appium.
What Is BrowserSynch? BrowserSynch is a cross-browser and cross-device testing tool. When testing a website on multiple browsers and/or multiple devices, it becomes a tedious task to repeat every test multiple times across multiple platforms. With BrowserSynch, you can drive… Read More »
Google has released a new open source test automation tool for iOS called EarlGrey. EarlGrey is a native iOS UI automation test framework that enables you to write clear, concise tests. It integrates with Xcode’s Test Navigator so you can run… Read More »
Living in the times of omnichannel retail, seamless shopping experience and innumerable alternatives available to the customers, a test professional has a very collaborative role to play and be a part of the bigger picture when working on an e-commerce… Read More »
As there are more and more people using their mobile devices to browse the web, it is important to make sure that your website is compatible with the different devices with different screen sizes and operating systems. Testing websites on… Read More »
Testing Responsive Web Design How do you test a responsive website? What are the challenges involved in testing websites in different devices? How is testing a website on a desktop monitor different from testing on a handheld device such as a… Read More »
Mobile Test Tools – A collection of the best open source mobile test automation tools than you can use to test mobile apps and websites on mobile devices Some of these open source mobile test tools can be used for… Read More »