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Selenium 2 offers both iphone and android testing. They are experimental. http://code.google.com/p/selenium/wiki/IPhoneDriver http://code.google.com/p/selenium/wiki/AndroidDriver
My personal experience is with testing iOS devices so I can only refer to those. Your question is broken up into three separate parts so I will answer each of those in turn. I'm thinking along the lines of a Firebug for the iPhone/iPad/Android/BB that can truly give more insight on the markup/scripts. This is supported in iOS6 by enabling the ...
Try the following: Open Console tab in Firebug; Execute window.name or window.document.title.
"ShootMe" (Screen Grabber) Allows you take screenshots of your device and also do screencasting up to 30 fps "Log Collector" Collects a device log and sends it to a developer using a method (email, messaging, etc.) of your choice. Both of these are a staple when it comes to testing mobile web apps and can be found in the Andriod marketplace.
For the iPhone, you can try this Emulator. http://www.pieceable.com/viewer/. Ideally in any given mobile project, hardware would be your best option, then emulators next. Device Anywhere is the bridge between emulation and real iron so it's really up to your company and what budget they have.
One element to think about playing with is Selenium 2. It's a combination of the Web Driver and Selenium projects. I know internally we've been able to get the agent working for both iPhone and Android devices. That doesn't solve your Firebug issue, but it will give you a way to automate functional and ui tests against those devices. When it comes to the ...
SQAForums has a number of forums specifically dedicated to different tools and testing techniques. In their Mobile Apps - PDAs & Embedded Systems forum, they've posted a sticky thread that documents the current list of tools that have been compiled by users on those forums. As I understand it, the moderator of that particular forum keeps that list ...
1 Qaliber 2 Fone monkey 3 Sikuli 4 TestMaker 5 T-Plan robert 6 Eggplant 7 Routinebot 8 Test Quest pro 9 M-eux 10 Device Anywhere 11 Test Complete
you can use the httpWatch for tracking the calls for iphone Basic version (free): https://itunes.apple.com/app/id658886056 Professional version costs $99.99: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id641613694 Hope this will help
Though you would be missing testing calendar functionality but if nothing works (as it is not just clicking calendar link but you would also have to navigate to right place in calendar) and it becomes a blocker then try typing directly in text box.
Another tool that you could use is Adobe Edge Inspect. From the information on the website, Adobe Edge Inspect is a workflow and preview tool for testing and simulating across multiple mobile web browsers.
MonkeyTalk v1.0.24 (which is previously Fone Monkey) is now available for download, with support for iOS 6 and Android 4.2... You guys should definitely check it out.
This is a little bit of a long shot, but since this thread doesn't seem to be going anywhere... Usually, when Selenium has problems clicking on things in IE it is because the Zoom Level is not at 100%.
My company has a tool called apphance - works on both iOS and Android for real-time test communication (logs, problems, crashes etc...). We're running a beta-test right now.
Using a desktop browser plug-in or user-agent switcher is not ideal for testing mobile web apps or web sites in general on mobile. It's just a bad idea. If you need testing software that will run from your PC and simulate a variety of mobile devices, I'd recommend a 3rd party software built specifically for this purpose, not a browser's user-agent ...
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