Bootcamp to understand Appium android internals

Appium is a world's most popular open source mobile test automation framework developed using WebDriver protocol and I am fortunate enough to get a chance to contribute to appium-uiautomator2-server and appium-uiautomator2-driver modules.

The goal of the session is to help the Appium community to have a better understanding of Appium and how it works.

In this session, I will be discussing Appium architecture specifically towards its Android modules(UiAutomator2 and Espresso) and how the communication happens between Appium modules.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • Introduction to Appium and my journey as an Appium UiAutomatior2 modules contributor ~ 5 mins
  • Appium internal modules and how Appium inter-module communication happens ~ 5 mins
  • What are JSON Wire protocol and w3c spec ~ 5 mins
  • Appium UiAutomator2 server and driver modules ~ 10 mins
  • Appium espresso driver module ~ 5 mins
  • Code walkthrough ~ 10 mins
  • Q&A ~ 5 mins

Learning Outcome

  • Understanding of Appium android e2e workflow right from client to AUT.
  • A brief idea on W3C spec(JSON wire protocol).
  • Appium UiAutomator 2 server and driver architecture.
  • Appium android modules high-level code walkthrough.

Target Audience

Anyone who interested to know how appium android works or interested to contribute

Prerequisite

  • Exposure to at least one object-oriented programming language.
  • A basic idea on what Appium is.
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  • Wim Selles
    By Wim Selles  ~  3 days ago
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    Hi Sravan,

     

    Thanks for your submission, this looks promising. Do you think you have enough time to discuss all the subjects or could this be a candidate for a longer session which can me more interactive, for example a 90 min session

    • Sravan Kumar
      By Sravan Kumar  ~  3 days ago
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      Hi Wim,

      I personally believe 45 mins should be good enough :)

      • Wim Selles
        By Wim Selles  ~  2 days ago
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        Hi Sravan,

         

        Thanks for you reply and no problem