Tag: android

Android Marshmallow (6.0) Selenium Testing

TestingBot now offers Android Marshmallow Emulators to run Automated Selenium Tests and Manual tests. These 6.0 versions are available as ‘Nexus S’ and ‘Nexus 4’ emulators, see our browsers page. To run an automated test on these emulators, please see our mobile test configuration page where we show you how to run automated tests on Android’s Browser. TestingBot also supports…

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How we run your Selenium RC tests on mobile devices

Some time ago we mentioned you can now run your Selenium RC tests on our mobile browsers. Selenium RC is an old protocol, which does not run on Safari/Android/iOS. The Selenium Webdriver protocol however, which is actively maintained, does run on everything, including mobile. The way we implemented this: we extended our TestLab where you can upload your Selenium RC/Selenium…

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Run your Selenium IDE/RC tests on Android and iOS

We’ve upgraded our TestLab to enable running your Selenium IDE/RC tests on mobile emulators, including various flavors of Android and iPhone/iPad. Just like before, you upload a test or a suite created with Selenium IDE, select the browsers (or mobile devices) you want the test to run on, specify error/report settings and click run. TestingBot will convert the Selenium IDE/RC…

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Selenium Mobile Testing with Android: HTC, Nexus and Galaxy Tab

We have been offering Mobile Selenium Testing through our Selenium grid for a couple of months now. This weekend we optimized the Android emulator and we added new mobile devices: HTC Desire, Nexus One and Nexus S. The Android Emulator has been notorious for being slow to start up, which is very inconvenient when you want to run tests against…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Testing with Selenium Webdriver

We are pleased to announce that we have added Samsung Galaxy Tab testing to our Selenium grid. Starting today our paying customers can run their tests on Samsung Galaxy Tab emulators running on a Linux node.┬áThese nodes are optimized to run the emulator with enough RAM and CPU. As always, you will have access to all test results together with…

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Mobile Testing with Selenium and Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Today we’ve added Android to our Selenium grid, which means you can now use our grid for mobile testing as well. We’ve hooked up an Android Ice Cream Sandwich emulator to the grid, which speaks Webdriver protocol. You can now test how your website behaves and how a page looks like on an Android cellphone by using webdriver. An example…

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