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which one should i use for functional testing and locking my scenario

closed as primarily opinion-based by IAmMilinPatel, demouser123, Kate Paulk, dzieciou, Peter M. Jan 13 '16 at 15:22

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  • You can search this on Google. And this is too opinion based. One who loves Appium will always support while the other will support Selendriod. – demouser123 Jan 13 '16 at 11:28
  • but i want review from those who already use both. – Harshal Bagul Jan 13 '16 at 11:49
  • So you should change your question to more like what are the differences between X and Y. And you should give some more context, what is your scenario. Also it is unclear what you mean by "locking my scenario". – dzieciou Jan 13 '16 at 14:36
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    What car I should buy? Oh, and I forgot to tell you that it is not for commuting, but I need it to haul concrete. We are building a dam. – Peter M. Jan 13 '16 at 15:24
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Now, it all depends what you want to test. Here are some insights differences between them:

  • Selendroid can be used only on Android while Appium can be used on Android, iOS, and FirefoxOS (not sure if this is out of development as of now though)
  • they both support Native, Hybrid and Mobile Web applications
  • User agent testing and cross platform is supported only by Appium
  • they both support emulators, real devices and cloud testing
  • they both support the Selenium Grid
  • not sure about Selendroid, but Appium has good documentation and also a vast community including various blogs, tutorials, etc

Now, as I said, it all depends what you have under test, what platforms needs to be supported, what's your experience with one vs the other, etc, etc

  • Thx its really helpful for me. I can decide now, what should i use. – Harshal Bagul Jan 14 '16 at 6:02

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