Welcome, if you are a tester or developer interested in mobile application automation testing or are new to test automation tools than you defiantly need to check out TestProject. However, if you are not familiar with this tool that’s OK. In Mobile Testing With Test Project we cover all the basics necessary to start mobile testing in Test Project 2.0.
Test Project A Review of Version 2.0 Overview:
- Intro to Mobile Testing With Test Project
How to set up a mobile device
How to create a TestProject mobile test
Record a mobile test with a simulator and device
Execute/Run the mobile test
- Q&A cover questions on Selenium vs TesTNG vs Test Project
What is Test Project?
Before you begin you will need to:
Firstly, go back to the previous video on Test Project A Review of Version 2.0 and watch the section on setup. In addition, you will need to start the Test Project Agent so that Test Project can record against you local simulators and mobile devices. However, depending on your mobile device will determine what you will need to install and set up next. At this point, you will need Android Studio for Android development, Xcode / iOS Simulator for iOS, or both if you are going to be testing on both types of devices. Finally, if you plan on running your mobile tests out side of test project in a then you will need to export your tests to code. As a result you will need to have an IDE like Eclipse and run them using Appium
Additional Maven Dependencies:
Mobile Testing With Test Project
- Create a test Step https://docs.testproject.io/getting-started/create-a-test-step
- Mobile Testing https://docs.testproject.io/getting-started/using-ai-to-improve-testinghttps://docs.testproject.io/using-the-smart-test-recorder/mobile-testing
- FAQs https://docs.testproject.io/getting-started/faqs
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