We walked through the basic setup and installation of Calabash for Android and iOS in the previous blog, and this time we’ll take a look at how you can build Calabash tests for your mobile application. If you have followed the example showcased in How to Setup and Get Started with Calabash you have properly generated the file structure for your first Calabash tests on Android and iOS. There are lots of different (best) practices of how to create your Calabash tests, and we’ll use an example of basis to illustrate how these can test templates can be generated and further developed.
Since I started as a Product Owner, I have not posted actively update on our features – and there is a good reason for that. We’ve been focusing building the new great user experiences in our products and that has taken a significant portion of my time. In this blog, I’ll highlight some of the coolest features that we’ve done lately, and I’ll finish off this with few teasers about new features that we are working on.