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Although i do not have much idea about it but i think you can give selenium grid a try. I read on seleniumhq.org that with selenium grid you can create a master slave architecture, where one master machine will control several slaves to send request to a common server. Maybe this can help solve your issue!


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While working on several projects I've described the following procedure to install Appium: Download Android SDK https://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html Extract Android SDK to /usr/local/adt/ unzip -qo adt-bundle-*.zip -d /usr/local/adt Set ANDROID_HOME and JAVA_HOME environment variables export JAVA_HOME=$(/usr/libexec/java_home) export ...


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A mixture of both, there is no 'best'.


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The platform that need to be supported are: iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone — For your needs you can use SeeTest, EggPlant, Ranorex, Borland Silk Mobile — but they all are commercial solutions, most have free trial. SeeTest is quite popular at the moment and has very positive feedback. Another good one is EggPlant as I know. ...


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• For Android Lockito application should work for you. It allows to emulate movement from one location to another one. You can set the speed, the route is based on Google Maps. • For iOS There are at least 2 approaches: use Xcode with GPX files Here's good article on this. Also there is a script to generate GPX files with routes. or add ...


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First of all, you need to know how to connect your mobile phone with Charles proxy. Here are the quick and easy steps to set this up (I am using iPhone, but you can also connect android devices using step in this post: http://jaanus.com/blog/2012/02/12/debugging-http-on-an-android-phone-or-tablet-with-charles-proxy-for-fun-and-profit/): Make sure that ...


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Selenium is a tool to drive and verify behavior of web-applications, it should not matter where they are hosted. If you can reach the webserver running the application it can be local or hosted in the cloud, the application should behave the same. If you want to test if the cloud setup can handle a certain load and find its bottlenecks I would look at a ...


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To test mobile applications is very hard. You has so many different devices and operating systems. In some cases you have to test older versions of the application too, to be sure they work with a new backend or something like that. This produce a lot of combinations. No, you can not covering all of these combinations manual, neither with automation. But ...


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I just set the Selendriod up last week with this guide on the official site selendroid.io/setup.html. It's a step by step since System Requirements to the first test case. I think it's a good kickstart, pretty straight forward. You could post for a specific question, if you are struggling in any step. Hope it helps,


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You have mixed questions which fall in multiple categories Automation Coverage (Functional / Regression Maintenance) Automation Design Aspects - Maintainability Automation ROI timeline vs Cost of Development Each Factor need to analysed separately How do you develop automation, Is it extensible, How easy to modify / add new cases ? Duration of ...


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Few more notes on top of Neils Answer Test Environment Setup using Cloud Infrastructure Load generation in cloud for on premises application Load generator on premises, application on cloud Both load generator and application both on cloud Load Testing Flood IO - https://flood.io/ LoadFocus - https://loadfocus.com/ Security Testing NTOSpider - ...


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I don't see how testing in the cloud is different then testing on your local computer system. The only thing the CLOUD delivers is a scalable type of infrastructure. If you need to test the scalability of the infrastructure, then search for "Scalability testing" and read blogs like this. Load testing mobile API's could be done with tools like BlazeMeter. I ...


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This question is very broad, therefore the answer has to be broad as well. "mobile application testing" is as specific as "mobile application development". Applications are tested at different layers. One extremely important layer is exploratory testing, which requires that the tester runs the application in a setup that's as close as possible to that of a ...


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The iSQI GmbH provide trainings for Mobile App Testing. The most of them in Germany. For more information click on the following link. - https://www.isqi.org/en/mobile-app-testing.html


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In SeeTest there is out-of-box concept called Zone. Zones are similar to containers and allow to group elements as you wish. It's obvious to group elements by functional areas / pages / screens. So Zones are similar to Page Objects in some sense. Here are few Zone-related official help pages: Terminology > Zone Add a new Zone To develop your own ...


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I have used eggPlant by TestPlant with success. Pros: Can be used on pretty much any platform that you can remote into Has a very good image compare solution with good flexibility/resiliency I have used this with great success on iOS, Android, Linux, Windows, Mac Cons: Uses image compare Uses a proprietary language Expensive I have also used Appium, ...


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You can use those links : Mozilla https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/clearing-cookies-private-data-history-and-settings Chrome https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/2392709?hl=en


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Your question is rather vague. There are different types of email protocols, and your overall test strategy depends on which protocol(s) your client supports. But, some basic areas for testing email clients on a mobile device include Setting up client on device Compose card Read card List view Send/receive Attachments, Message encodings (Unicode ...


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A partial answer: email rendering is very important. Many emails, like newsletters, marketing materials, etc put a lot of effort to make their emails beautiful. Having the HTML render properly on a mobile client takes effort. One type of test is the acid test: http://www.email-standards.org/acid-test/ You could also do side-by-side comparisons for many ...


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If you have kitkat you can use Miracast, see Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast section https://developer.android.com/about/versions/kitkat.html see also this video on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v93CfAHO_7k


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SeeTest by Experitest is a decent tool that might match your needs. SeeTest It works on the GUI level, but can interface API's beneath it too.


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Start by learning something about SMS encoding for example from wikipedia Then try to understand how phones decode and encode SMSs I think you'll have a clearer idea of how and what to test.


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You can use Jmeter to test performance of your site in mobile and desktop also. Please check perfect guide : Performance testing


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You can try appium, https://github.com/appium/appium I believe there is some support for web testing however it may not be stable at the moment. Another option would be to try a service like https://www.browserstack.com/automate


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I would suggest you to read a book, "Tap into mobile application testing" (https://leanpub.com/testmobileapps) by Jonathan Kohl, that I think could help you step into mobile application testing area. In the book, Jonathan tells you about the differences between mobile application testings and traditional ones. And he also tells you about the major ...



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