Including voice command related tests to your automation Suite of Selenium/Appium test

location_city Bengaluru schedule Jun 29th 03:00 - 03:45 PM place Lalit 1 people 106 Interested

Almost every app (Web/Mobile/Desktop) is now being powered with voice search, voice typing or any other voice related action. Some great example are Alexa, Google Voice search. We also often have some voice related feature in our web/mobile app. But we usually manually test these scenario.

Now its time when we start adding these test as our automation sprint Definition of Done. During this talk, I will be going through some sample codes and frameworks and would be demonstrating how you can integrate these tests along with your existing Selenium/Appium test scripts.

I would also be discussing way forward to integrate Artificial Intelligence to your automation frameworks.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

1. Introduction to Text to speech conversion concept

2. Sample code example which generate voice commands

3. Integration of voice command library with Selenium and Appium

4. How to forward voice commands to connected devices

5. Localization testing across different languages

6. Demo

7. Pros and Cons

Learning Outcome

1. Will be able to include voice automation in his/her test suite

2. Best practices around voice automation

Target Audience

Automation enthusiast, Mobile / Web automation engineer, Developers, QA Managers

Prerequisites for Attendees

A little knowledge about automation methodology

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