The Mobile Grid – Getting Started for Android & iOS

schedule 01:30 PM - 02:15 PM place Grand Ball Room 1 people 10 Attending

In modern times we have many different cloud testing services to choose from. These cloud services are useful and help reduce the burden of building and maintaining your own Selenium Grid environment. However, there are many scenarios in which you need your tests running locally, such you work for a government (or agency) and cannot expose your data to the cloud, or the service costs are too expensive to run all tests on every commit.

This presentation will feature getting started with setting up your own mobile device grid. Running your tests in parallel and distributed, capturing critical report data (logs, screenshots, and video), and leveraging cloud test services (such as SauceLabs). I will also talk about the challenges and lessons I learned along the way.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • Getting Started
    • Getting the needed information about your Android devices.
    • Connecting your mobile devices (Appium nodes) to the Hub.
    • Capturing critical test data. (logs, screenshots, video)
    • In-depth on video capturing. (real devices only)
  • Running tests on the Grid
    • Running your tests in parallel.
    • Running your tests distributed.
  • Running tests on the Cloud (SauceLabs)
  • Reporting
    • Generating Allure report.

Learning Outcome

This presentation will feature getting started with setting up your own mobile device grid for android and iOS. Running your tests in parallel and distributed, capturing critical report data (logs, screenshots, and video), and leveraging cloud test services (such as SauceLabs). I will also talk about the challenges and lessons I learned along the way.

Target Audience

QA, Engineers, Product

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