How to Access App Store from Appium Script

how to access app store from appium script
how to access app store from appium script

It’s quite common in mobile app testing that application and test script with a test session needs an access to various locations. For example, some test scripts need to access URLs, databases, back-end servers or even App Stores (e.g. Google Play or Apple App Store). With the access, test session can get, download or update certain applications from app stores before the actual test session will begin.

In this blog, we’ll take a look of how Appium test script can access Apple App Store and how to use certain XCUIElement components to assist your script with that.

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Webinar Recap: Getting Started with XCTest/XCUITest for iOS App Testing

Webinar Recording: Exercising and Scaling Up Mobile DevOps in the Enterprises
Webinar Recording: Exercising and Scaling Up Mobile DevOps in the Enterprises

Thank you all for attending our latest webinar – Getting Started with XCTest/XCUITest for iOS App Testing. Although XCTest/XCUITest is not new to iOS developers, it is one of the hottest open source test automation framework for iOS app testing.

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New Ebook: An Essential Guide to XCTest Framework for iOS App Testing

There are very few test automation frameworks that are tightly coupled with the development tool itself. XCTest framework is one of those frameworks that enable its users to write basic unit, performance and some level of UI tests for iOS apps.

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Upcoming Webinar: Getting Started with XCTest and XCUITest for iOS App Testing

Reserve your seat now and mark it on your calendar! Our next webinar will cover how you can use XCTest/XCUITest to write reliable scripts for iOS app testing. The webinar will include a Q&A session at the end so join us to ask our expert if you are new or have questions on XCTest/XCUITest.

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The Basics of XCUITest and Using Xcode UI Test Recorder

the basics of xcuitest
the basics of xcuitest

As you may know Xcode provides a handy utility for recording UI tests for iOS apps. Despite the testing world is full of record-and-playback tools that provide access to UI elements, their details and characteristics, and provide full information about IDs, user interface interactions done on those, and so on. For example, Appium inspector is one of those tools that quickly provide you with all information about the underlying UI elements.

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The State of The Art in iOS 10 Test Automation Frameworks

State of the Art with iOS Test Automation
State of the Art with iOS Test Automation

The iOS 10 has rolled into Apple devices and has already got a significant install base on different Apple devices out there. Historically, the pace has been even faster when it comes to getting the latest and greatest iOS version adopted by 75% of device users. In addition, the iOS 10 adoption hasn’t gone as smoothly as prior ones for those who use it for test automation and are using iOS 10 with their existing test scripts and assets.

In this blog we’ll look at the state of the art with iOS 10 test automation and what mobile app developers should consider when building their infrastructure and using de-facto frameworks for their test automation needs.

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