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Mobile testing is more intricate than web testing. But, you can make life easier by using a dedicated tool. There are many mobile automated testing tools. I am pointing some of them that would be helpful for you. Appium is compatible with all modern programming languages, supports automation across a variety of platforms, and automates all types of ...


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This is a common requirement in mobile testing services and for the same we can test an app on different online platforms without purchasing the real devices and below are some of them: 1. Browser Stack 2. Sauce Labs 3. Device Farm But these platforms are paid one and require a subscription to get the benefits. IMP: App build should also be made compatible ...


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Why not use a simple existing framework like testRigor? You can not only use the same language interchangeably, but it is very easy to build cross-web-and-mobile test cases. The test would look like this: login generate email and enter into "Email" enter "Password123" into "Password" tap "Sign Up" validate that email had been received check that page ...


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There's a cloud platform called pcloudy that supports Appium based automation on both iOS and android. They have many physical devices that can be accessed for manual or automated testing through their cloud based platform. I'm not affiliated with them, have used them occasionally.


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You can save 90% of the time if you just use testRigor instead of Appium. It runs in the cloud and all you need to do to kickoff new tests is just to upload (via UI or API) a new version of your app. Disclaimer: I'm a co-founder of testRigor.


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Try using testRigor. It is as easy as: drag from "signaturePad" with offset "0,0" to "signaturePad" with offset "100,100" tap "Done" Disclaimer: I'm a co-founder of testRigor.


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By far the easiest way to do mobile testing is testRigor. You can just specify the home URL and write steps in English like: click "My Product" click "Add to Cart" enter "4111111111111111" into "card" click "Place Order" check that page contains "order successful" Disclaimer: I'm a co-founder of testRigor.


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The best available tool is Appium. It meets the requirements for the mobile testing services as it is open-source, and a cross-platform test automation tool used to automate native, hybrid, and mobile web apps for iOS and Android devices. In your scenario, the test cases automated for the web application can only be executed directly on the mobile web ...


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If you have the tests for desktop version of an app then you will likely be not able to execute the same for mobile version of an app since when a server detects that you are using mobile browser it sends a mobile version of a page to the client. Normally such page has different layout and classes so that your locators won't be working.


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