SeeTest is a set of tools developed by Experitest for mobile device automated and manual functional testing and performance testing.

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Automation Code Management Using JAVA

I am new to Automation and I have started to work on SeeTest Automation. I want to know how to make proper classes and methods for automating an Android Application. My main concern is to know how ...
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Scroll Issue in Android Automation using SeeTest + Selenium Webdriver

I am using SeeTest + Selenium Webdriver + JAVA for Automating a Android application There is one contact page there are 15 fields . After filling 5th field the keyboard is overlapping the 6th ...
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APK 'Internet Permission' is missing on SeeTest Automation tool

Unfortunately after upgrading SeeTest Automation to v 8.7.85, we are getting an error as 'The APK file should have an Internet permission in order to launch application in instrumented mode'. We are ...
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SeeTestAutomation: Is code export/record the correct way ? What are cons?

I am working on a new mobile application testing tool called SeeTest. We have done a feasibility study and decided to opt for SeeTest as tool of choice. Now we are facing few challenges I would ...
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How to build iOS app for Seetest

I am trying to find out how to build (compile, prepare, process ...) an app for Seetest, so that it can be tested on devices without adding them to the Apple Developer Portal. I know how to build an ...
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Is it possible to create something like PageObjects with SeeTest?

We reflect to use SeeTest for mobile app test automation. I am familiar with Selenium 2 / WebDriver and love to use PageObjects. Is it possible to create PageObjects or something similar with SeeTest?...
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Best practices to automate mobile apps on non-jailbreak device using SeeTest

I am currently working on planning a test strategy for test automation for our mobile apps. The problem is that all the automation frameworks I've seen utilize a slightly different context than what ...