Introducing Windows Phone Driver

In the last few years, use of the Selenium WebDriver API to automate web, hybrid, and native applications on mobile platforms has exploded. The creation and proliferation of such projects as Selendroid, ios-driver, and Appium have given WebDriver users the ability to leverage their exisiting knowledge to the Android and iOS platforms. Windows Phone has not had a similar automation story, until now. This presentation introduces a new, actively-maintained open-source implementation of the WebDriver API designed to be used on the Windows Phone platform.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

Brief history

Capabilities and functionality of the Windows Phone Driver

Architecture overview of Windows Phone Driver

Deep dive into requirements and code structure for development

Roadmap and future plans

Learning Outcome

By the end of this session, you will have learned where to obtain the Windows Phone driver, how to use it, and how to make changes and submit patches for its continued improvement. You will also learn the roadmap for future enhancements to the driver.

Target Audience

Web Developers, Testers, Mobile App Developers

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