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Harness The Power of Appium Inspector

As we learned in the last blog, how to set up Appium 2.0 from scratch and install Appium Inspector too. This blog will teach about Appium Inspector’s desired capabilities to start our Android apps. Appium Inspector is part of the Appium 2.0 framework used to inspect elements within mobile applications for automation testing. Appium Inspector enables […]

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Appium 2.0 Unlocking: Complete Installing Walkthrough for Testers and Developers

In this blog, we will set up Appium plugins, Appium drivers, Appium Doctor, NodeJS, UI Automator, Appium inspector, and Android Studio to create our automation scripts for Android devices. Appium 2.0 is an Android platform tool where drivers and plugins are easily created. It will allow us to cover mobile applications, desktop Apps, and Flutter […]

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Empowering Mobile App Testing with Appium: Installation and Beginner’s Guide

Appium is an open-source, cross-platform test automation tool for native, hybrid, mobile web, and desktop apps. Initially created to automate iOS and Android mobile applications.  Appium has grown to a full-featured platform that provides WebDriver-based automation possibilities for a whole set of different mobile and desktop platforms. Why Appium? Use the Selenium WebDriver API to […]

Page Object and Page Factory Pattern Based UI Automated Testing

1.      Introduction The Page Object Model (POM) is a very important pattern in selenium webdriver. It can also be applied to most of UI automated testing, even with other tools like UFT, Appium and so on. Page Factory is an inbuilt and optimized concept of POM. Page Factory can be used in many frameworks such […]

Testing UI for Multiple Apps Using UI Automator

A User interface test involves interacting with multiple apps and verifying that the app behaves fine when the flow passes through other apps or through the System UI. An excellent example of this would be the Android messaging app where the user can enter the message which then launches the contact picker so that the users can […]

Mobile Testing on Cloud with Appium Using AWS Device Farm

With Amazon’s Device Farm technology, you can now easily upload your app and choose an Android or an iOS device to test your app. You will get screenshots, videos of the tests that were run and most importantly, the real-time reports of the tests that were completed. It is as simple as uploading a file […]