More and more netizens rely on mobile devices rather than desktops to do searches, look for services and do shoppings while they are on the go. And many of today’s mobile apps utilize Internet browsers and web technologies.
We’ve highlighted Appium here at Testdroid blog every week and primarily our focus has been in mobile app and game testing. As you know, Appium is based on the WebDriver JSON Wire Protocol and therefore works extremely well also for mobile web testing. Being a subset of the Selenium, it also provides infrastructure, platform and language-agnostic interface that is compatible with all major web browsers – also on Android and iOS.
In this blog I’ll walk you through a basic example of how to use Appium / Selenium for mobile cross browser testing using real Android and iOS devices and real web browsers on these platforms.
The Interactive feature in Testdroid Cloud has been out for couple of months and widely used by anyone who wants to get manual access to the last Android devices at an affordable price.
We have introduced how to use Appium/Selenium for mobile web development and testing. Today, we will have a quick step-by-step tutorial on how to test mobile websites manually with Interactive. Here we go.