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Appium 1.5.2 Released on Sauce

We are pleased to announce the release of Appium 1.5.2 through npm and on Sauce Labs! This is a bug fix release that deals with many issues with 1.5.1, including a major bug where large Android applications would cause Appium to run out of memory and die. General deprecated --command-timeout. Use newCommandTimeout desired capability instead ensure implicit wait can be set through timeout method [...]

Appium 1.5.1 Released on Sauce

We are happy to support the newly-released Appium 1.5.1. This release fixes a number of issues with 1.5.0, including one bug that prevented some frameworks from correctly polling for status during Safari tests. General allow platformName to be any case Windows process handling is cleaned up Desired capabilities language and locale added iOS iOS 9.3 (Xcode 7.3) support Fix handling of [...]

Appium 1.5 Released on Sauce Labs
Posted by Jonathan Lipps in AppiumAppium ResourcesNews & Product UpdatesProduct UpdatesReleases

Appium 1.5 The Appium team is extremely proud to announce the release of Appium 1.5! Appium 1.5 has been in the works for over half a year, and we would like to share why it's such an important release for us. Appium 1.5 is primarily a technical rearchitecture. As the project grew from infancy through to 1.0 and beyond, the core team did their best to keep the code organized, to keep it easy for [...]

Recap: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Appium + What’s New in Appium 1.5 [Webinar]
Posted by Bill McGee in AppiumAppium ResourcesWebinars

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our recent webinar, "10 Things You Didn’t Know About Appium + What’s New in Appium 1.5", featuring Dan Cuellar, the creator of Appium. In his presentation, Dan shares 10 secrets about Appium that you may have never heard before, and also discusses what’s new in Appium 1.5 and what’s on the road map for the rest of 2016. The [...]

Appium + Sauce Labs Bootcamp: Chapter 4, Advanced Desired Capabilities
Posted by Jonathan Lipps in AppiumAppium ResourcesMobileMobile Development & Testing

This is the fourth in a series of posts that discuss using Appium with Sauce Labs. Chapter 1 covered Language Bindings; Chapter 2 discusses Touch Actions, and Chapter 3 covers Testing Hybrid Apps & Mobile Web. Appium, by and large, supports the desired capabilities you’re familiar with from Selenium. However, given that it also exposes mobile-specific [...]

Appium + Sauce Labs Bootcamp: Chapter 3, Working with Hybrid Apps and Mobile Web
Posted by Isaac Murchie in AppiumAppium ResourcesBest Practices

This is the third in a series of posts that discuss using Appium with Sauce Labs. Chapter 1 covered Language Bindings; Chapter 2 discusses Touch Actions; this chapter covers Testing Hybrid Apps & Mobile Web; and Chapter 4 is about Advanced Desired Capabilities. Mobile applications can be purely native, or web applications running in mobile browsers, or a [...]

Appium + Sauce Labs Bootcamp: Chapter 2, Touch Actions
Posted by Isaac Murchie in AppiumAppium ResourcesBest PracticesUncategorized

This is the second in a series of posts that discuss using Appium with Sauce Labs. In the first chapter, we covered Language Bindings. This installment discusses Touch Actions; Chapter 3, Testing Hybrid Apps & Mobile Web; and Chapter 4 is about Advanced Desired Capabilities. One aspect of mobile devices that needs to be automated in order to fully test applications, whether native, [...]

Appium + Sauce Labs Bootcamp: Chapter 1, Language Bindings
Posted by Isaac Murchie in AppiumAppium ResourcesBest Practices

Welcome to the first in our new series, Appium + Sauce Labs Bootcamp. This first chapter will cover an overview of Appium and its commands, demonstrated with detailed examples of the Java and Python language bindings.  Later we will follow up with examples in Ruby. This series goes from fundamental concepts to advanced techniques using Appium and Sauce Labs. The difficulty is [...]

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