A Fast Route to Appium with Oxygen
Mobile testing brings additional challenges to both developers and QA engineers. Manual testing of an application on dozens of devices, all with different hardware and software specifications, is a nightmare. Being able to easily and quickly testing an application on wide range of devices and operating systems in mandatory today for almost every mobile project.
Since Selenium and Appium open source frameworks have been release, test automation sees a renaissance. What started as a developer oriented tool has now became a de-facto standard for web and mobile automation testing. Yet many testers strangle to start working with Appium as it requires extensive programming skills and mobile app development background.
In this session you will learn how to easily and quickly create automated tests for mobile applications based on Appium. We will talk about Oxygen – Selenium and Appium based open source framework that greatly simplifies working with Appium, solving many complexities of it.
We will outline the best practices for simplifying mobile testing and Appium onboarding process, sharing the best practices and common issues that Appium users are facing every day.
Outline/Structure of the Tutorial
- Appium setup and main concept
- Test automation principals
- Oxygen overview
- Recording and inspecting UI elements
- Creating and running a first test on Android
- Data-driven testing
- Test suites and reporting
- Test automation in iOS
- Running tests on cloud devices
- Appium overview
- Getting started with mobile test automation
- Android and UIAutomator testing
- Oxygen - test automation framework for web and mobile
- Testing on devices in cloud
Manual Tester, QA Engineers, Web Automation Engineers
Prerequisites for Attendees
- Basic understand of QA concepts and mobile technologies
- Previous test automation experience is an advantage