Building an appium driver to automate custom built hardware
With version 2.0 appium aims to transition from being a server which bundles many drivers to one which by default doesn't bundle any drivers, and instead provides an interface for retrieving and using drivers.
The main goal being: a more accessible and easy way to write new custom drivers.
But how useful would a custom appium driver really be? What are its possible use cases? And is it worth the development effort?
During the talk I want to highlight the capabilities and possible use cases of appium 2.0 by giving a walkthrough of how we at headspin satisfied a business requirement by creating a custom appium driver for a custom piece of hardware.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Intro - 2 min
- Business Requirement - 2 min
- Demo -2 min
- Overview of top to bottom development process - 3 min
- Q&A session - 5 minutes
After the talk you will get a better understanding of:
- appium 2.0 use cases
- a high level overview example of how to implement an appium driver for custom hardware
Mobile QA Automation, Software Developers/Engineers
Prerequisites for Attendees
- Appium basics
schedule Submitted 1 year ago
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