Appium with Real Devices

Thursday 5 April 2018

  • 09:30-17:30
  • etc.venues The Hatton, Farringdon

The constant increase in mobile device usage pushes many organizations to take a closer look at mobile testing, especially testing on real mobile devices. At this workshop, you'll learn the basics to jumpstart your career in mobile test automation.

Workshop content

  • Learn how to get started with testing on real devices
  • Learn to capture elements on iOS and Android phones via Appium Java Client
  • Discover how mobile web testing works with Appium
  • Explore new iOS and Android Drivers, XCUITest, UIAutomator2 and Espresso
  • Understand how slow can queries become if they are not kept under control
  • Debug WDA and see the external tools Appium depends on for iOS
  • Run tests against a cloud service
  • Understand the good, the bad and the ugly of real device testing

At the end of the workshop, you will be able to set up Appium for real devices and optimize your queries with best practices.

Pre-requisites

  • Basic understanding of Java or other programming languages
  • Basic experience with simple script writing
Umut Uzgur

Umut Uzgur

Software Engineer - Sauce Labs
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About Umut Uzgur

Umut Uzgur is a Software Engineer at Sauce Labs with over 4 years of experience in mobile testing. He works on Appium integrations on the platform improving mobile testing for Sauce Labs and making mobile testers lives easier. He also actively contributes to Appium on device-related features and fixes.

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Please get in touch with Naresh Jain to request a sponsor pack.

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Ministry of Testing

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