#NottsTest - Mobile Automation Infrastructure From Scratch with Dmytro Budym

Oct 6, 2021 · Nottingham, United Kingdom

Mobile automation is very challenging from select testing frameworks to preparing the infrastructure.
Where will you run the test? Emulator or real device, cloud platform, or local machine?

Today I want to show how to build android and ios emulator clusters to run tests with Appium.

- for Android we will use Selenoid which automatically runs container with an emulator
- for IOS, we will use Selenium Grid and connect Appium servers on macs as nodes

So now you can forget about passing UID to your tests. Just have one entry point per platform. Put host to remote driver and run tests.


- Proficient Software Development Engineer in Test
- 4 years in Test Automation
- Experienced in building robust and scalable test automation frameworks for backend and frontend

Free drinks & pizza/sides *not* provided by our fantastic sponsors Rebel Recruiters and Experian. You'll have to buy your own for the time being. Sorry. Rebel and Experian are still ace though.

NOTE: Notts Test is now online only while Covid-19 is making physical meet-ups unsafe


Kindly sponsored by:

Rebel Recruitment (@RebelRecruiters)

Experian (https://twitter.com/Experian_UK)

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