Kushan Amarasiri - Appium Locator - With more rich locator mechanism
Appium test automation is the most used mobile test automation tool used in the industry. To automate the test we need to locate the elements in the application and it has become a big challenge for any test automation engineer to locate the element in an application. The Appium Locator is an API done in java which will capture all the UI elements given in the mobile application along with the necessary Appium command which makes the life of test automation engineer easy. This helps to reduce the effort on test automation and increase speed of test automation using Appium
Andrei Solntsev - Concise tests with Selenide and Appium
Selenide is a popular library for UI tests based on Selenium.
It's widely used for web tests, but it can also be used for mobile tests too. Selenide has a dedicated plugin for Appium.
Imagine you could write Selenium tests which are 5x times shorter and readable!
Imagine you could forget all those explicit/implicit waits and flaky tests.
This is what Selenide is about.
P.S. Below is my slides and video of a full-time presentation. I will make short 3-minutes summary from it (dedicated to mobile tests).
Rajdeep Varma - Jetpack compose and Appium
Atmaram Naik - Using corr for Automating Test Data Creation
Addhoc Test Data Creation requires lot to do. There are lot of challenges with it.
In this talk I will demo tool for doing it with simple scripts.
Daniel Paulus - How I reverse engineered QuickTime ScreenSharing and made it work for Linux
A funny and insightful talk about how you actually reverse engineer these things
Call for Talks CLOSED
Ended on Sep 17 '21 07:00 PM IST
Keen to share your interesting idea with all the participants at the Appium Conf 2021? First-time presenter? Looking for your breakthrough?
Submit your topic for a 3-min lightning talk. If you have slides or videos from past presentations, please include them to maximise your chance of getting selected. Selected speakers will get a free pass to the conference.
Why are lightning talks such a big deal in the open-source test automation community?
Dan Cuellar was selected to speak at Selenium Conference 2012 in London about an entirely different topic. As part of his presentation, he showed off iOS Automation using Selenium syntax to demonstrate writing platform-agnostic tests that use separate platform-specific page objects with a common interface. To his surprise, the cool test architecture would take a backseat to the spectacle of iOS tests running like WebDriver tests. Several people suggested that he give a lightning talk later in the conference to explain exactly how it worked.
On the second day of the conference, Dan stepped up on stage to give the lightning talk. Jason Huggins, co-creator of Selenium, moderated the lightning talks. Dan experienced technical difficulties getting his presentation to load, and Jason nearly had to move on to the next lightning talk. At the last moment, the screen turned on and Dan jumped into his presentation. He explained the details of his implementation and how it worked, begged for contributors, and in five minutes it was over. The crowd applauded politely, and he left the stage.
If we look at how Appium came into existence, lightning talks are a very important part of this journey. Hence at Appium Conf, we would like to dedicate a full session with all attendees on Lightning talk.