Join Jonathan Lipps for an in-depth discussion in this video Mobile web testing: Practice, part of Mobile Testing with Appium.
- [Instructor] Okay, let's experiment … with web automation in practice. … I've loaded up the chapter five, … 5_Mobile_Web_Before.Java file. … This is a very empty file, … emptier than the ones we've been looking at recently. … What's changed? … Well, first of all, there's nothing in our test logic yet. … Secondly, in this example, … we'll be working with a different driver class. … Previously, we've been using … something called Android driver. … Now we're using something called RemoteWebDriver. … This is a class provided by the Selenium web driver API, … which the Appium client is built on top of. … I'm using this class to demonstrate … that, even with the plain old web driver class, … that doesn't know anything … about Appium or Mobile, we'll be able to … successfully automate Safari. … Finally, we don't have any DesiredCapabilities set, … because that's the most important thing to build out, … in this video. … Let's go ahead and do that now. … I'm going to initialize the session on iOS …
- Appium server, clients, and drivers
- Appium setup
- Starting and stopping sessions
- Finding and using elements
- Intermediate Appium scripting
- Touch actions
- Mobile web testing
Skill Level Intermediate
Effective Android Testing for Mobile Developerswith Chiu-Ki Chan2h 56m Intermediate
Robot Framework Test Automation: Level 1 (Selenium)with Bryan Lamb6h 23m Intermediate
The Appium drivers4m 41s
2. Appium Setup
3. Appium Sessions
Session capabilities6m 22s
4. Finding and Using Elements
5. Intermediate Appium Scripting
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