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Automated Mobile Testing with real Android devices

  • Sep 16, 2014 · 6:00 PM
  • ING

18:00 Pizza 
19:00 Maarten van den Ende - Test on android devices 
20:00 Youp Hulsebos - Test cross-platform apps with calabash
21:00 Drinks

Test on real android devices with appium. 

Testing on real devices means a big investment in time and resources. Is it really worth it? This is the question we will focus on. 

Also we like to get our hands dirty and write some tests for hybrid application (angularjs framework) on android. Appium works well with android so we focus on this. Maybe there will be room to experiment with the combination of Appium and iOS and get them working together.

Knowledge about angularjs, appium, javascript, webdriver, protractor would be cool but not really necessary

Test cross-platform apps with calabash

Demo's the use of calabash to test cross-platform apps. 
- How the tool works. 
- How we use it on our project at NS (Royal Dutch Railways).

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