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Both Saucelabs and TestingBot provide a service which records your Selenium tests if you run them against their Selenium Grid. Both offer a number of free minutes per month, which might suffice your needs. You can view/download the video's straight after the test run is finished. Although I don't know how their setup works, I think I can give you some ...
If I had to choose between Python or Java I would likely choose Java. It just has a better future and is more likely to be what is being used by the system than Python. Also it is, in my opinion, a lot easier to learn. If I had to choose between all languages, I would likely suggest Perl for software testing. A lot of testing has to do with verification and ...
Since you are looking into Selenium (as a test framework) start with Java, because Googling on "Selenium/Webdriver issue description" will often result in Java examples that you can re-use. There is just more people doing Selenium with Java then Python. Also Selenium it-self is mainly written in Java. For a project I would learn the language the application ...
If you want to write tests with pre-installed apps use UIAutomator testing framework from Google: http://developer.android.com/tools/help/uiautomator/index.html
If your using Java, here is the JavaDoc If your using Ruby, here is the Ruby Docs If your using Python, here is the Python Docs If your using .Net, here is the .Net docs This will contain all of the functions that Selenium uses.
Scroll down to: "Selenium-WebDriver API Commands and Operations" http://docs.seleniumhq.org/docs/03_webdriver.jsp
Your problem is because the Robotium solo could just use the classes, that you own. Maybe this solution could help for you.
Generally speaking, you won't use Eclipse directly for a task like this. If you are writing automated tests using a tool like Appium or Selenium, you will likely want to open the app under test in a mainstream browser such as Chrome or Firefox. Firefox seems to be the more popular choice for development/testing, so I'd recommend that. If you are testing a ...
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