This is the 12th tip in our 37 Things You Should Know About Appium blog series. This blog will focus on timeouts and useful Appium / Selenium commands around those. Typically, timeouts occur when certain elements during the testing become inactive, unresponsive or something else goes ‘wrong’ in the test or app itself. Timeouts are also useful for handling test execution, set frequency for waiting certain events to happen, or scale the use of multiple devices simultaneously. However, timeouts consume time if used excessively. In this blog, we’ll take a look at one great tip that gets your tests executed – and timed out – in timely manner.Read more
In the spirit of Black Friday tradition, we’re offering you a significant discount at Testdroid Cloud to ensure you’ll have the best tools, technologies and devices for app development and testing throughout the next year. Starting now we’ll offer you a special deal – and yes, of course, you’ll get all details of this by email – to double device hours of your TEAM plan. Act quickly – this offer is valid only until end of Cyber Monday!Read more
Testdroid Cloud Interactive feature has been one of the most used feature for testing tricky app, game or even web related problems within your mobile products. We’ve been constantly adding new devices, new OS versions, with different configurations and browsers that can be used remotely and access any of those challenging end-points of your products. Today, we’ve been adding new Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices that’ll make your testing even more comprehensive. Take a look!Read more
We’ll continue our 37 Things You Should Know About Appium blog series with a new topic that helps you to get your Appium tests executed on a real device on cloud service instantly. Historically through different versions of development tools and platforms (e.g. from Eclipse to Android Studio, and all possible different Xcode versions) the device connection has been one of those things that raise frustration among developers and testers.
Getting devices configured and set up for ADB or Xcode access (with all different stunts required) is no longer a problem as devices can be nicely and quickly acquired from the cloud and you’ll have your tests running in few seconds.Read more
On daily basis, many of you are using Jenkins as your Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery system while developing your mobile apps and games. We’ve had a Jenkins support from the beginning of Testdroid Cloud and have constantly made improvements and enhancements in it to make your local test environment work even more seamlessly with our Android and iOS devices. In fact, Jenkins has been used quite a lot to build and test your app and game projects.
In case you are new to Jenkins or currently don’t have it in use, I’ll walk you through the installation and how to configure things with Testdroid Jenkins CI / continuous integration plugin for real devices. And this will only take few minutes!Read more