= Third party integrations - pCloudy documentation

Integrating pCloudy with Continuous Integration Platforms

pCloudy has developed plugins to make it easy to integrate testing in our cloud platform with many of the most popular CI platforms. These integrations are directly supported by pCloudy.

Share to SLACK

An Overview

Slack is a cloud-based set of proprietary team collaboration tools and services. The name is an acronym for "Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge." Slack helps teams communicate, giving everyone a shared workspace where conversations are organized and accessible.Read More

Logging a bug in JIRA

An Overview

We understand the pains a tester goes through and that’s why we have introduced this feature to bring an end to all your woes! Now you can log bugs directly to JIRA while you are testing your application on pCloudy. You can attach relevant data in one single click. Read More

pCloudy plugin for JENKINS

An Overview:

pCloudy has released a plugin for Jenkins which provides you access to the platform for performing automation testing of mobile apps from within Jenkins on real devices. Read More

pCloudy plugin for ECLIPSE IDE

An Overview:

pCloudy provides a plugin for Eclipse IDE. Using the plugin you can perform both manual and automation testing of mobile apps. The plugin provides a user interface to connect to the pCloudy platform. You can upload apps, book devices and perform your testing right from your IDE. Read More

pCloudy plugin for Android Studio

An Overview:

Users can connect any pCloudy device using Device Tunnel as if the device is connected physically with their Local Machine with USB. This can be used by Developers to control a device using ADB commands and debug their apps in real time. Read More

Command Prompt Interface

An Overview:

Heeding to the growing demands, pCloudy brings to you the command line Device Tunnel interface which helps developers to build their Android or iOS apps and put it to test on a real device as if the device is connected to their local system. Now, real devices on cloud can be accessed by running few commands on the command line interface. Read More