Appium has quickly become one of the most prominent test automation framework for mobile app, game and web testing. As an open source test automation framework, it drives Android and iOS apps, regardless of native, hybrid or mobile web apps, using the WebDriver protocol.
Reserve your seat now and mark it on your calendar! Our next webinar will cover how organizations, especially Enterprises, can adopt mobile devops practices and what tools, technologies should be utilized to help the transition to mobile devops. The webinar will include a Q&A session at the end so join us to ask our expert if you are involved in bringing mobile devops to your company.
There has been lots of articles and discussion how mobile devops practices can be adopted, integrated with existing processes, and even how to make use of resources efficient and beneficial for organizations. On the contrary, there has been very little discussion WHY mobile devops can make a difference to organizations striving to enable their IT, operations and development, to be well integrated with their business goals.
In this article, we’ll take a look what are top reasons for mobile development teams to adopt efficient mobile devops practices in order to become more productive with their execution – and WHY this all makes sense for mobile development.
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.
Year 2017 is right here. The past year has witnessed a lot of fruitful technical innovations at Bitbar Testing/Testdroid. Today, we would like to have a quick review of what has happened, been introduced and been covered in 2016.
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.
Since the deprecation of UI Automation from the latest Xcode there has been lots of buzz around XCTest and XCUITest. These frameworks have served many of you since Xcode 5 and many of you have used frameworks that are build on top of XCTest implementation. KIF – Keep It Functional – is a great example of those frameworks.
In this blog, we’ll take a look at what KIF has to offer for UI test automation and how to get started with it.
The Xcode’s XCTest framework is getting used more and more by developers and QA folks that aim to test their iOS apps efficiently. This framework is a great addition in iOS developers toolbox and in order to get you up and running with it here are some basic step-by-step instructions on how to get started with XCTest and how to create IPA properly for a test session.
There are actually very few test automation frameworks that are tightly coupled with the development tool itself. XCTest framework is one of those frameworks that enables its users to write basic unit, performance and some level of UI tests for iOS apps. And as always, frameworks that couple tightly with their development tool and environment has some pros and cons that users should be aware of. In addition to pros and cons of XCTest, we’ll take a look at some basic things about XCTest framework in this blog.
Year 2017 is around the corner and holiday season is approaching again. I bet you have been preparing and purchasing all kinds of gifts for families, friends and working partners.
As been grateful for supporting and trusting us over the past year, Bitbar has prepared holiday gifts for all of you and we believe that the gifts will help you achieve a greater success in the New Year. Let’s unbox and check out what special things you’ll get.