Mobile Testing – Online Course

A Beginners Guide To Mobile Testing

In the beginning of 2019, I launched my mobile testing course in cooperation with Ministry of Testing. In case you haven’t heard about it, this short blog post will give you an idea what to expect from the course which is available on the Dojo from Ministry of Testing. The course name is: A Beginners … Read more

A Beginners Guide To Mobile Testing is Live

A Beginner's Guide to Mobile Testing - Daniel Knott

About a month ago I wrote the following blog post about my mobile testing online course “A Beginners Guide to Mobile Testing” powered by Ministry of Testing. The complete course is now live at https://www.ministryoftesting.com/dojo/series/beginner-s-guide-to-mobile-testing-daniel-knott In total the course is 1h 30mins long and will teach you the fundamentals of mobile testing. Please take a closer look … Read more

A Beginner’s Guide to Mobile Testing – Coming Soon

A Beginner's Guide to Mobile Testing - Daniel Knott

Maybe you have seen it already on YouTube or twitter. Currently, I am recording an online testing course for Ministry of Testing about mobile testing. In this course I will teach you the fundamentals of mobile testing. Behind the scenes of my #mobileTesting course for @ministryoftest. The setup is up and running, let the recordings … Read more

A Mobile App Launch Strategy

Mobile App Launch Strategy

Releasing an app is not an easy process. Once an app is rolled out to the customers there is no way of rolling it back like on web platforms. Imagine a native mobile app as a good old burned CD that was shipped as a part of a magazine or hardware parts containing the drivers. … Read more

[Reblog] iOS Calabash Launcher for MacOS

This is a reblog, of my blogpost iOS Calabash Launcher for MacOS from tech.xing.com. I want to share the post with you, because it might be of interest.

#HappyTesting

Today, the XING mobile releases team want to give something back to the Open Source community. At XING, using Open Source software in our projects is natural. For our mobile apps (iOS and Android) we use Calabash to write end-to-end automated checks, to verify that the user flows are covered before going live. For those people who worked with Calabash for iOS and Android they know that it’s sometimes really hard to define screens, to detect the ID as well as the text behind an element. The default Calabash installation provides a console based element inspector, which makes it not easy to work with. Furthermore, the default installation from Calabash doesn’t offer any visual device detection, test execution, element inspection or setup possibilities.
But this will change today! We are proud to Open Source our Calabash Launcher.

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