Running Your Appium Tests in Parallel Using Appium Studio for Eclipse

Scale up your Appium testing by running your tests in parallel on an unlimited number of mobile devices with advanced test result analysis.

After creating your tests and running & debugging them, you can move on to executing them in parallel across multiple devices.

This will dramatically improve your test productivity by increasing test coverage and shortening test cycles. You’ll be able to release better applications faster. This tutorial is a part of our Appium Studio hands-on training series.

Appium Studio for Eclipse’s Intelligent grid execution management allows the users to automatically and dynamically schedule and execute the tests in parallel on multiple devices at the SeeTest Digital Assurance Lab. Parameters for this can be pre-defined. These parallel test executions can also be triggered directly from a CI environment.

After executing tests, navigation to the reportage is fast and easy. Reports include screenshots, videos, and notes on each and every test step to ensure if the investigation is straightforward. An end-to-end view of quality and automated root cause analysis is also included.

Video Tutorials

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Step-by-step guide

With our parallel execution guide, you will be able to create a script that will execute your tests in the cloud on multiple devices simultaneously. This can be triggered manually or through your CI environment.

Running the wizard is easy. Simply right-click on your project, select ‘New’ and then ‘Other’.

Start running the wizard

Click “Cloud Parallel execution”.

Cloud Parallel Execution

Then click “Next” and select the devices in which you want to execute your tests on.

Select Devices for execution

All Android or iOS devices available will be listed and can be selected.

Click “Next” after you have chosen the appropriate devices.

Finally, select the tests you wish to execute.

Select Tests for Execution

Click “Next” and select a filename along with the number of parallel threads to be used.

File name & Number of threads

At last, click “Finish.” Your script file will now be created.

Run your test by right-clicking the test class and then clicking ‘Run as..’

Hope you enjoyed all the tutorials on this entire Appium series and I’m sure that you would have gained immense knowledge of Appium Studio by now.

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