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Appium Book

Glad to share that my book on appium titled Mobile Test Automation with Appium is now listed under appium official site as one of the book & resources to read and learn appium. About This Book How to automate testing with Appium Apply techniques for creating comprehensive tests How to test on physical devices or emulators Discover Appium and how to set up an automation framework for mobile testing Understand desired capabilities and learn to find element locators Learn to automate gestures and synchronize tests using Appium Take an incremental approach to implement page object pattern Learn to run Appium tests on emulators or physical devices Set up Jenkins to run mobile automation tests by easy to learn steps Discover tips and tricks to record video of test execution, inter app automation concepts Learn to run Appium tests in parallel on multiple devices simultaneously Who This Book Is For Are you a mobile developer or a soft

Mobile Test Automation with Appium

To all my fellow testers and friends, " Mobile Test Automation with Appium " is the title of my book. It's an attempt to give back to the testing community a guide and help in terms of a step by step guide which will help them learn mobile testing and automation. Who this book is for: It's for any QA who knows Java and is familiar with Selenium API (however it's not a must). Buy your copy here  from Packt & also available on Amazon here This book covers all about appium and how would one get started with mobile test automation. Through the chapters, effort has been put to take on a journey which would help you understand appium help you set up your machine help you write the first test using Cucumber help you uncover new emulator called Genymotion help you understand Desired Capabilities help you understand how to automate gestures help you understand how to implement page object pattern help to implement Continuous Integration via Jenkin