The Bitbar API service provides plenty of requests that help to not only query the test results but also configure test settings and directly launch test runs in Bitbar Device Cloud from your environment. With the cloud domain change two months ago, it’s good time to recap what API calls are needed and how to get the most out of the Bitbar API service to improve DevOps pipeline efficiency and developer productivity.
We’d like to first thank you for being our users and believing in our mobile DevOps vision. In October we will start using the new domain – https://cloud.bitbar.com for public cloud access, calling it the last step of rebranding from Testdroid.
Many developers work on their console view significant portion of the day. Getting something done quickly and efficiently is one of those benefits that working directly from command line provides for our every day lives. Even test automation test scripts can quickly be started from the command line and in this blog we’ll take a look at how to get this done quickly and efficiently just using a bash / command line.
Don’t forget to read it entirely! There is a really nice helper script included in this article that will surely help you with your Appium testing!
Many of you might yet have experienced the power of our API in your daily mobile app development and testing tasks. It not only enables you to manage your development in an easier way, but boosts your overall productivity and efficiency.
Testdroid provides a very powerful and useful API for its users to manage all aspects of mobile development and testing automatically. We’re further improving our capability to serve your needs to instantly access our device farm, manage your projects, your test runs and results, plus many other things that will make your mobile app, game and web testing smoother, faster and less stressful on real Android and iOS devices.