This is the last post in our XCUITest101 series. As of now, we have set up scalable XCUITest and run them on Continuous Integration server. The test executed in the CI server has used headless simulators, however, we also need to set our tests to be executed on real devices. There are many vendors in the market who provides the real devices in the cloud but Bitbar is the pioneer who started supporting XCUITest in the cloud before anyone else. In this post, we will see how we can use the Bitbar’s real device cloud to run our XCUITest tests on physical devices.
Thank you all for attending our latest webinar – Exercising and Scaling Up Mobile DevOps in the Enterprise. Mobile DevOps is getting more attentions than ever before – Lots of enterprises have adopted or at least have been looking for the solutions to introduce DevOps process for the mobile team.
Already for years, our Testdroid Run in Cloud Plugin has been instrumental for many mobile app and game developers to enable test automation with real mobile devices on the cloud. As a Jenkins user, Testdroiders have had a chance to launch their test runs from the the Jenkins jobs and results have been delivered back in minutes. This enablement has been a profound shift for many developers to jump on board with real agile workflow and make continuous integration work for building and automating tests.
Just couple of weeks ago we launched a new blog series of how to build in-house test labs for mobile apps. This blog has sparked some serious interest and we’ll be sharing one use case how Testdroid is used with continuous integration environment.
Today’s guest blogger is Mark Rosenberg from Y Media Labs, a mobile strategy and application development company based in the San Francisco Bay Area. They work on all major mobile platforms, with a special emphasis on iOS, Android, and Blackberry app development. Y Media Labs specializes in every stage of mobile projects from initial planning, conceptualization, prototyping, design development, testing, and analytics.