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Writing DRY XCUITest Tests With Base Classes

This is the second blog of our XCUITest 101 series. In our previous post on setting up XCUITest framework, we got up and running with a sample XCUITest with Xcode 10. Apple’s XCUITest framework gives us an ability to record the basic user journeys to get started with XCUITest, but the recorded tests are not scalable […]

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How to Leverage AI as Part of Your Mobile Testing Efforts

Mobile application development has rapidly grown in recent years. The practices like Mobile DevOps and CI/CD set up the infrastructure to speed up app development. However, mobile app testing doesn’t evolve much to keep up with the speed of app development. It’s true that there are multiple automated testing tools out there that allow us to […]

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Setting Up XCUITest Framework for iOS App Testing in Xcode 10

I believe you’ve got a sense of XCUITest 101 series, in the first blog we will explore the process of setting up Xcode UI testing in the existing iOS app. It involves a few tasks as mentioned below. And if you want to take your XCUITest tests to a mobile device testing cloud service and […]

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Top Features in iOS 12 Every iOS Developer Should Know

Apple released iOS 12 just in time after announcing three new iPhones. The new iOS version has a rich set of features in terms of performance and user experience and comes with huge enhancements in performance, security and privacy. Whilst considering these new features for users, we also need to consider what this release means to […]

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