Learn the Appium commands you need to know in order to successfully start and stop an Appium session. Then your test steps go in the middle.
- [Instructor] Let's take what we learned recently … about capabilities and starting and stopping … Appium sessions and work with a concrete example. … Since this is the first time we'll be looking … at our code project, a brief tour is in order. … First of all, I'm using the IntelliJ Java IDE, … you can use whatever IDE you want … or even a plain text editor, it's totally up to you. … I've included the sampled project files … along with this course, so if you want to follow along … with the code, go ahead and import the project … into your favorite IDE. … This project is a simple Gradle-based Java project, … so let's have a quick look at its structure. … I won't go into details about how Gradle itself works … so check out a course on that if you're interested. … As with any Gradle project, the main point of entry … is in the build.gradle file. … This is our build.gradle file, … which lists the dependencies our project relies on. … You can see that the only real dependency we have … is the Appium Java Client here, …
- 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
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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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