At this workshop, you'll learn about advanced concepts in Appium. We will learn how to write a single script for Android, iOS and mobile web apps. Once our tests are established, we will work on framework design and report. We will also have a detailed look at how can we automate various mobile gestures using TouchActions and mobile endpoints in Appium.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
- Appium Architecture
- Locating elements using Inspector
- Platform-wise Desired Capabilities
- Start Appium Server programmatically
- Under Appium server logs
- Deeper understanding about Gestures
- Run through various gestures like Swipe, LongPress, Double tap, Drag and Drop using a w3c spec
- Explore mobile: endpoints for same gestures on both Android and iOS
- Create our own complex gestures using above endpoints
- Practical Tips
- Different ways to locater strategy for iOS and Android
- App Upgrades
- Automating Clipboard for Android and iOS
- Video recording API
- Simulate SMS only for Android
- Run ADB shell commands via Appium
- Seeding Photos on iOS-Simulator and Android
- Parallelize Tests
- Understanding Appium Server Session
- Desired Capabilities changes required to run tests in parallel
- Run test in parallel on emulators and simulators
- Attendees will come away with knowledge of how to automate Android native apps with Appium.
- Getting started with setting up an Android mobile device grid.
- Running tests single threaded, in parallel, and distributed.
- Also capturing critical report data (logs, screenshots, and video), and
- Running mobile tests on a cloud test service.
QA, Automation Testers, Dev Engineers
Prerequisites for Attendees
- It is mandatory to refresh your basic Appium skills as it is intermediate to advanced Appium workshop
- Detailed setup instructions will be shared couple of weeks before workshop day
- Configure your laptops well before the workshop day
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