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Selenium :

Selenium WebDriver is the successor to Selenium RC. Selenium WebDriver accepts commands (sent in Selenese, or via a Client API) and sends them to a browser. This is implemented in Selenium through a browser-specific browser driver, which sends commands to a browser, and retrieves results. Most browser drivers actually launch and access a browser application.

Unlike in Selenium 1, where the Selenium server was necessary to run tests, Selenium WebDriver does not need a special server to execute tests. Instead, the selenium WebDriver directly starts a browser instance and controls it. However, Selenium Grid can be used with selenium WebDriver to execute tests on remote systems (see below).

If you want to create robust, browser-based regression automation suites and tests scale and distribute scripts across many environments then you want to use Selenium WebDriver; a collection of language specific bindings to drive a browse .
The main advantage of selenium would be the use of Java which has in itself lot of libraries and assciated with lot of third party selenium frameworks. Our selenium training institute in Bangalore , selenium training institute in chennai and worldwide ensure that we train candidates not only on current trends of Selenium automation but also in mobile app automation testing which is going to be the future in testing domain.

Why Mobile test automation required 

Here’s a real-life example from a major financial institution. To get each new release ready, they do a build acceptance test that includes 300 test cases across one Android and one iOS device. That takes two QA engineers two weeks to complete — forever, in mobile years. Automating BAT for that test scenario cut testing time by 90%, to just 24 hours for the test run. And it freed up those test engineers to focus on more important things.

A strategy that brings automation earlier in the process also brings big benefits. Freeing the development team from time-consuming manual testing chores lets them focus on coding or exploratory testing; automation also enables them to run more extensive tests in a shorter amount of time. Integrating the testing process into build systems can save hours every day.

What to do with the resources freed up by automation is a key point, highlighted by the financial institution example. One of the most valuable uses of those resources is to expand test coverage across a wider device pool. There are at least three iPhone form factors in widespread use today, and as many iPads. And hundreds of Android variations. Even if you restricted your testing to the 10 core OS-device combinations most popular with your users, you’re talking thousands of test cases. The only way to successfully test at that scale is with automation. 

The real point is this: The mobile testing job just keeps getting bigger and bigger for everyone involved, from development on through into production, with QA bearing more than a fair share of the burden. There’s more devices, more functionality, more releases, more everything. And with release cycles shrinking to 30 days or less, everything has to be done faster. You can’t throw enough people at the challenge, even if you wanted to. The answer, instead, is to use automation testing  to enable existing staff to handle the more-more-more. 

Selenium for mobile testing :

Selenium provides mobile drivers for two major mobile platforms: Android and iOS (iPhone & iPad).

Selenium mobile drivers can be run on real devices and in an Android emulator or in the iOS Simulator, as appropriate. They are packaged as an app. The app needs to be installed on the emulator or device. The app embeds a RemoteWebDriver server and a light-weight HTTP server which receive, and respond to, requests from WebDriver Clients i.e. from your automated tests.The connection between the server on the mobile platform and your tests uses an IP connection. The connection may need to be configured. For Android you can connect establish an IP connection over USB.

In some cases your existing Selenium WebDriver tests may run successfully e.g. where a common web site serves mobile and desktop users and where the UI is relatively straight-forward. However in other cases you may end up needing to create specific tests for the mobile site; particularly when the site provides specific capabilities, user interfaces, etc. for mobile browsers.

Our selenium training institute in Bangalore ,  selenium training institute in chennai and worldwide ensure that we train candidates on mobile app automation testing  with selenium which is going to be the future in testing domain.

Selenium with Appium

Appium is an open source test automation tool developed and supported by Sauce Labs to automate native and hybrid mobile apps. It uses JSON wire protocol internally to interact with iOS and Android native apps using the Selenium WebDriver.

There are many other automation tools available in market to automate mobile native apps like MonkeyTalk, KIF, Calabash and Frank but most of those tools require an extra agent needs to be compiled with your application code so that the tool can interact with the mobile app. So here the problem is the app which you will be testing is not the same app which you will be submitting in the App Store as you would need to remove those automation agent libraries before submitting the app.

Automating hybrid and native mobile applications for Android and iOS is a key function handled by Appium, a node.js server. One of the core tenets of Appium is that test codes can be written in any framework or language like Ruby on Rails, C# and Java without having to modify the apps for automation purposes. The interaction between node.js server and Selenium client libraries is what ultimately works together with the mobile application. Appium is open source and can seamlessly run on a variety of devices and emulators making it an apt choice for mobile test automation.

Our  mobile Automation testing  training institute in Bangalore ,  mobile Automation testing training institute in chennai  and worldwide ensure that we train candidates on Basic and advanced use of Appium  with selenium which will provide them confidence to work on Mobile platforms and be a part of future technology force.