Test Automation with Python 7 Mobile Automation with Appium



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Course details

This installment of the Test Automation with Python series covers native mobile app automation using Appium. The course includes a test app to run on both iOS and Android simulators, and starts with a rundown of the three main types of mobile apps, since the type of app—native, mobile, or hybrid—dictates the strategy used to start an Appium session for that app. Then, the basics of configuring and launching an Appium session are detailed before moving on to the actual strategy and testing of the app, including interacting with mobile elements, executing scripts, and dealing with touch actions on the mobile devices.

Note: This course was created by HeadSpin University. We are pleased to host this training in our library.

Instructor

  • HeadSpin University

    HeadSpin University is the elearning resource for HeadSpin, a digital experience AI platform in Palo Alto, CA.

    HeadSpin University connects leaders in the test automation industry with a global student audience. With a focus on practical skills like a solid use of Appium and Selenium, students learn how to use automation effectively, so they can write excellent tests that solve real problems and create real value for their teams.HeadSpin University gives students access to the HeadSpin global test platform to develop their automation skills and display evidence of their abilities. Plus, they offer free intro classes as well as industry certificates based on coursework, coding challenges, and instructor feedback.

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