This class is for people who have never taken a class before.
JAVA is the best way to get started with Appium on Android and iOS.
For people who are just starting out with mobile testing, this course is for them.
At the end of the training, you will be able to handle any interviews on mobile automation testing and easily pass any interviews and work on any project on mobile automation testing.
There are some things we’re going to cover as part of this training course:
Items we’re going to cover:
- Setting up the window machine.
- Assembling and setting up a Mac
- Android devices can be automated.
- IOS devices can be set up to do things.
- Cucumber is a BDD framework.
- Pages are made in a page factory.
- Integration of CI/CD.
- Integration with Saucelabs.
- To learn the basics of Java, read this:
Please see below for more information about the topics we’re going over.
An introduction to the basics of Java.
Appium: This is an overview.
This is a list of free tools for testing mobile apps.
Evaluation documents for an open source tool for automating mobile phones and tablets.
In Android, you can automate a lot of different things.
An overview of the Cucumber BDD framework.
Automating an app with the BDD framework.
Overview of Android Drivers, what they can and can’t do.
Connecting a real device, turning on USB debugging mode, and writing a simple script.
Create an Android Emulator and run a script on it.
The following is how to handle switches on Android and iOS:
As for Android and iOS, this is how to handle buttons.
This is how to deal with text fields on Android and iOS
Logging into an app in this scenario
Scenario for setting up an account with the ecom app.
Switching between webviews and handling contexts.
Webview locators need to be found.
In this video, we show you how to touch things and give you examples.
We’ve also talked about some of the basics of Java in this tutorial.
Cucumber is a BDD framework.
With real-world examples, this is a quick look at the Page Factory framework.