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A curious mind and a self-learner. Currently a Selenium and Test Automation Practitioner and Javascript enthusiast. I like to think about and work upon innovative tech ideas.


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comment Deciding a tool for iOS UI automation providing recording and inspection of elements
Cross platform support is provided by Calabash. And another advantage is that it is open source and uses natural language steps (Cucumber) as a wrapper above Ruby code that drives the app under test. The only small problem that I found with Calabash is it has a console based UIComponent inspection which at times gets really crammed up!
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comment Deciding a tool for iOS UI automation providing recording and inspection of elements
This tool: Calabash seemed a perfect choice for me along with UIAutomation. An advantage being that it is open source. I haven't completely explored the tool but I found it matching my requirements.
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comment Deciding a tool for iOS UI automation providing recording and inspection of elements
Ok, thanks for the suggestion Matt! :)
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comment Using a variable in the filename textfield of CSV dataset config in JMeter
I also tried this: I used a BeanShell script function in the path to place the username in the filename textfield of CSV dataset config like this: /home/abhijeet/load_test_plans/users/${__BeanShell(vars.get("username"))}.csv But this is not working too. Could someone please help me?