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Appium Tip #7: Mastering Appium Through the Command Line

Today, we’ll be focusing on using the command line for your Appium tests and testing. This blog is part of our Things You Should Know About Appium blog series that will provide you the best practices, a variety of tips and tricks, plus more insights on how Appium can be used efficiently for your mobile […]

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Appium Tip #6: Jazzing JavaScript with Node.js

  This is the sixth blog in our Things You Should Know About Appium and this time our focus will be on JavaScript, with some additional flavors on Node.js stuff. Furthermore, I have great news regarding getting all these tips and tricks delivered to you: everyone who has signed up to our Appium Weekly will have these blog posts automatically delivered […]

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Appium Tip #4: Mastering C# for Your Tests, Setup and Some Basics

We’ll continue our Things You Should Know About Appium blog series with a focus on C# (or CSharp). In short, C# is a multi-paradigm programming language and was created to be as simple, modern and general-purpose as possible, not forgetting the object-oriented approach as a programming language. For Appium, C# is really a valid option and […]

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Appium Tip #3: Java Integration with Real Devices on Cloud Service

We discussed the Python setup for Appium in the last week and it’s time to move forward and see how to set up Appium things with Java. Furthermore, we’ve been covering the basic setup, installing all required bits and pieces, and preparing the environment for the first test runs in our Appium blog series. The […]

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Appium Tip #2: Using Python to Upload and Configure Your Apps and Tests

This is the second blog of our Things You Should Know About Appium blog series, and this time we’ll continue with some basic things around using Python with Appium. For starters, we’ll take a look at basic examples of how to use Python and write a few lines of code to get your applications automatically […]

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Appium Tip #1: How to Get Started, Setup and Run Your First Tests

This is the first blog in our Things You Should Know About Appium blog series, and we’ll naturally start with the basic things, getting the environment set up, Appium pieces installed and running on your machine. Depending on which programming language you are using, we’ve tried to provide here everything, step-by-step, for those 4 main […]

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35 Tips You Should Know About Appium Testing

All the Appium tutorials and tips you need. Appium has quickly become one of the most prominent test automation frameworks for mobile app testing. To celebrate this great framework going forward, people developing it further (yes, we highly appreciate the great work this ecosystem of talented and dedicated engineers are doing!) and people adopting it […]

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Top 5 Android Automated Testing Frameworks with Code Examples

To cope with the increasing testing workload, it has become a common practice to rely on a cloud-based Android app testing solution to automate scripted tests on a large scale of real devices for extensive QA. Despite that multiple Android testing frameworks are available for choose, it’s critical to understand the basics and how each […]

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How to Get Started with Appium (Sample Included)

In case you’re interested to get started with Appium for testing your Android & iOS apps and games, here are the basic steps to get you up and running with it on real devices at Bitbar Testing. Just follow these steps, with provided sample and test scripts, and you’ll see how easy it actually is. […]

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