AWS Device Farm is a service that provides remote access to a range of physical devices for performing development testing on your app. You can upload tests to be run on the devices of your choosing automatically, or you can install your app on a real device and control it remotely through your browser. Explore the pricing model for AWS Device Farm, which includes paying per minute of device usage or paying a flat fee for unlimited usage.
- [Instructor] As an Android developer,…you've undoubtedly run into problems…with device-specific errors and crashes…that can be really difficult to debug…because of the huge number of devices that run your app.…Well, you can actually test on a large number…of real, physical devices using AWS Device Farm.…Device Farm is a service that lets you run automated tests…for your app or even control real devices…remotely in real time using a browser.…In order to perform the automated testing, you start…by uploading your APK, and then you upload the test…that you want to perform, and then your app gets installed…on an array of devices that you choose from the list.…
It runs the test and collects the results for you,…and then it uninstalls your app off of the device.…And actually, over here in the Developer Guide,…it lists the different test formats that you can use.…It's just got some of the common test formats right there.…If you want to use the remote access option,…then you upload your APK the same way…and you select the device that you want to test on.…
- Creating a project on AWS Mobile Hub
- Adding user authentication with AWS
- Setting up user sign in and sign out
- Setting up user sign in with Google and Facebook
- Adding AWS DynamoDB for data storage
- Performing database queries and updates
- Amazon Pinpoint, AWS Device Farm, and AWS AppSync
Skill Level Intermediate
Android App Development: Enterprise Integrationwith Jon-Luke West47m 51s Intermediate
Advanced Android Espresso Testingwith Chiu-Ki Chan1h 37m Advanced
Android App Development: Accessibilitywith Renato Iwashima2h 56m Intermediate
What you should know1m 34s
1. Introduction to Amazon Web Services (AWS)
2. Add User Authentication with AWS
3. Add AWS DynamoDB for Data Storage
4. Other AWS Services
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