Entries Tagged 'Mobile Testing' ↓

How to Automate Android Applications Using TestComplete Tool

Automating Android Applications using TestComplete (Part-III)

In last two TestComplete tutorials we saw the TestComplete introduction and Data Driven Testing using TestComplete. In this tutorial, let us continue learning this tool with a new feature – how to automate Android Applications.

In this modern world, smartphones are playing a very important role in our day to day life.  With frequent updates in technologies and numerous devices available, it becomes a very hectic task for developers and testers to check their application’s compatibility.

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pCloudy Hands-on Review Tutorial: Mobile App Testing on Real Devices

Mobile App Testing Platform pCloudy Hands-on Review:

[On STH, we are reviewing different Mobile and Automation Testing tools so you can know and learn most of the options available in the market. If you want to write a hands-on review of any tool, please contact us here]


Mobile is the key to the digital world in today’s era. The rise of Mobile Internet has ensured that we all are going to make most of our digital decisions on a Mobile device (primarily using an App). Mobile Apps are going to be everywhere.  Continue reading →

Testing Mobile Apps Using Katalon Studio & Kobiton’s Cloud-Based Device Farm

How to Test Mobile Apps Using Katalon Studio:

Scripting your first mobile automation test case can be quite confusing without a specialized tool or instruction.

In this tutorial, we will show you how to speed up your automation project using Katalon Studio’s mobile recording utility and running your recorded test cases on hundreds of Kobiton’s mobile devices on a cloud.  Continue reading →

Appium Tutorial for Testing Andoid and iOS Mobile Apps

How to Install and Setup Appium on Windows with First Program to Get a Kick Start on Appium:

Appium is an open source and cross-platform tool that helps automate Mobile Apps testing – both Android and iOS Apps. Appium supports Native, Mobile and Hybrid Apps.

There are three types of Mobile Apps:

  • Native: Native apps built using the iOS, Android, or Windows SDKs. They are platform specific. They are built to work on a platform and/or device.
  • Hybrid: Hybrid apps are web applications developed using HTML, CSS, and wrapper of a native application on top of UIWebView for iOS and “webview” for Android Apps.
  • Mobile web apps: Mobile web apps are the apps ones accessed using mobile browsers.

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Appium Tool for Automation Testing of Android Apps on an iOS System

Appium is an open source test automation tool used for testing mobile applications. It allows users to test various types of mobile applications (such as Native, Hybrid and Mobile Web) using standard WebDriver library.

Using Appium, you also run automated tests on actual devices like tablets, mobile phones etc. Appium makes mobile app regression testing easy; especially, for large mobile apps that  are updated frequently with new features and functionalities.  Continue reading →