Appium Parallel Execution Step By Step
What you'll learn
- Learn parallel mobile execution by using appium
- Understand Appium Grid and its working
- Learn Setup Appium Grid such as Hub and Nodes
- Download all the code and start parallel execution
- Explained grid concept by using real mobile devices
- You should use PC
Mobile devices are getting more important than ever in our society. A large amount of Android and IOS applications are developed to make our lives convenient in every possible way.
Most mobile apps are usually running on the devices with various models and different platforms. The automated testing for these apps therefore shall be conducted in diverse circumstances. Testers certainly like to see the automated testing scripts running across devices and platforms without making many changes. One of the solutions for this is from Appium, a well-known automated testing tool for mobile applications.
We use selenium grid to run our tests on different browsers/operating systems in parallel to reduce the execution time. Now we will increase our environment to run tests on mobile browsers (Android/iOS) using Appium
A grid consists of a single hub, and one or more nodes (Desktop/Mobile), where hub receives all the test requests like browser, platform etc and redirects to node machines where tests will run. If you are new to grid concept, please understand Selenium Grid and configuring grid using json files.
If your list of devices/browsers/OS are more, then maintaining infrastructure to different combinations of mobile devices, browsers and Operating systems with different resolutions are very difficult.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn Mobile Automation using Appium
I am Chirag Singh and having good experience in software automation testing. I worked in different domains by using different automation tools such as Selenium Webdriver, Appium, Test Complete, Ranorex and Rest Assured. I am passionate about designing Automation Frameworks that are effective and easy to maintain. For automating web application, my weapon is Selenium (Webdriver) and Appium for mobile applications