Can Chrome DevTools’ Device Mode be substitute for the Real device?
Amazon web services – Device Farm
Every tester probably heard about Chrome Device Mode, if you didn’t, don’t worry, we will try to introduce you with it. Open the Chrome DevTools and Toggle the Device Mode button to turn Device Mode on or off. Device Mode will emulate your site across different screen sizes and resolutions. In Viewport Controls you can […]
Change iOS Settings on virtual device with Appium
Device Farm is an app testing service that enables you to test your Android, iOS, and Fire OS apps on real, physical phones and tablets that are hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Currently Device Farm allows you to run your own tests or built-in compatibility tests parallelly on the selected devices. The list below […]
Setting up Appium on Mac OS X for iOS virtual devices to test your application
In our previous post we introduced the steps to set up your Appium environment for iOS 9 devices. In this post we will write about how can you open the Settings app and do some changes in it. We will use Java as programming language, Eclipse for IDE and JUnit as runner. Ok, so […]
Ranorex – is this tool the tester heaven?
In this post we will introduce the basic setup of Appium to work with iOS devices. We will go through with detailed steps, so you can skip some of those if you are familiar with. For start you need to install Xcode. Go to the App Store, type Xcode, hit the download button and grab […]
Some useful information for Android and IOS testing
What is Ranorex? Is this a medicine? 🙂 Ranorex is an automated testing tool which provides testing of Microsoft desktop apps, webpages and mobile applications. It supports wide range of technologies like .NET, WFA, WPF, Java, HTML5, Flash, iOS, Android, Windows apps (hybrid and native) and so on. You can perform cross-browser, data-driven, automated […]
Some thoughts on Sauce
This basic information wrote down in this post is maybe unneeded and not necessary for most of users, but just remember, when you got the first Android/IOS device and need to setup something. So the information below is a basic testing startup guide. First important thing is to check your Android or IOS device system […]
Mobile testing and screenshots/videos transfer
We’re started using this service a long time ago, and I can say they improved a lot in the recent years. It became a reliable cloud system for running automated tests and for manual testing with a wast amount of virtual machine/browser combinations and what I love about them that almost everything is documented.
Android/iPhone application testing – online services
In my previous post I have described the method with which we take screenshots or videos during the mobile testing. Taking the screenshot or video is only the first step. The next step is transferring the screenshots to your computer. If you use only one mobile device for testing, the best and fastest way is […]
Android/iPhone application testing – simulator/emulator
In my previous post I have mentioned mobile application testing on simulator/emulator. This time I will describe the manual mobile application testing using online services. I have searched for online testing tools in Google and found many sites/services. Some of them only allow some devices listed and you can check only a website, by entering […]
Testing the application made for Android/iPhone can be a real nightmare for developers. There are many models and types of Android/iPhone smart devices and it is very hard to ensure that the application will run without having problems on various hardware, various screen sizes and various OS version. To ensure that application will work correctly, […]