Course Outline

Introduction

  • Native-mobile, hybrid mobile and web app test automation
  • Selendroid vs Appium

Overview of the Selendroid Architecture Components

  • Selendroid Client, Selendroid Server, AndroidDriver App, Selendroid-Standalone

Setting up a Selendroid Testing Environment

Choosing between Hardware and Emulator Testing

Running Selendroid-Standalone to Manage Test Devices

Running Selendroid Server for App Automation Testing

Writing Your First Test

Executing Your First Test

Interacting with Elements

Using the XML Viewer

Using Selendroid Inspector to Simplify Test Case Development

Integrating with Selenium Grid for Parallel Testing

Testing Gestures Using the Advanced User Interactions API

A Note about Multi-Touch Support

Writing Tests with Other WebDriver-Compatible Languages (JavaScript, Python, etc.)

Summary and Conclusion

Requirements

  • Experience with Selenium.
  • Knowledge of mobile app testing.

Audience

  • Test engineers
 7 Hours

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