PCloudy 3.4

PCloudy is happy to announce several exciting features as part of it’s latest release.

  • ADB Bridge (for In-premise cloud): Connect and take full control of any Android device using Android Debug Bridge. It provides access to a versatile command line tool that lets you communicate with a remotely connected device over the cloud.
  • ADB Commands (Available as part of Enterprise package): You can run ADB commands from your computer to the remotely connected device on a Private Cloud Lab.
  • Network Simulation (for In-premise cloud): Control the network connected to the device on which you will test your application. Set Network Profiles, modify existing profiles and apply it to the network connected to the device.
  • Battery Consumption Reports (For Android devices above 5.0): The platform now displays real time battery consumption data of device and App under testing. You can view a graphical representation of battery consumed by your apps with the total battery used by the device.
  • Monkey Tool (UI/Application Exerciser Monkey): Perform Stress and crash test on your application by simply selecting a device and running monkey tool on your application. The tool sends out a stream of pseudo-random user events such as clicks, touches, or gestures, as well as a number of system-level events, which acts as a stress test on the application software you are testing.
  • New implementation of iOS Instruments: Several improvements for running Appium and Calabash scripts on iOS devices
  • Volume Up & Down buttons for Android: Separate keys to control Volume of the devices. This is just the beginning, there’s something bigger coming.
  • Wifi control button for Android: Separate keys to Switch-on/Switch off wifi settings on Android devices
  • Support for IOS 10 beta : Get your App ready for Testing for upcoming IOS 10 release. You can test on iPhone and iPad with IOS 10 Beta version.
  • Several Bug fixes

We would be happy to send you more information. Please contact us on info@pcloudy.com

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Calabash Automation Testing

Improve the quality of your iOS and Android apps by running your Calabash Test Scripts (Calabash Automation Testing) against real phones and tablets on pCloudy.com.

Along with Appium, Robotium and Espresso, you can use Calabash as well on pCloudy.com.

Calabash is a free open source framework for mobile automation testing. It is cross platform, supporting both iOS and Android. It consists of two libraries – calabash android and calabash iOS, which helps in writing tests in domain specific languages. Calabash consists of libraries that enable the test code to interact with apps. Each of these interactions consists of a number of end user actions like gestures, assertions or screenshots. The Tests can be written in simple, self-explanatory language that can be easily followed by even non-technical people.

Further, to increase the efficiency of testing and to improve the quality of your iOS and Android Apps and you can automate your Calabash Test Scripts against a wide range of real mobile devices on pCloudy.com.

Here’s how you can use Calabash on pCloudy devices:

Calabash Automation Execution for Mobile Apps

 

pCloudy provides automation execution environment to run your Calabash test script of android and iOS and hybrid applications as well.

Here are steps to run Calabash test script over android device:

  • Login over www.pcloudy.com with your registered Email ID & Password
  • Go to the Automator Page
  • Select Android or iOS OS version & Manufacturer
  • Select and add desired device
  • Choose Calabash (to run Calabash test scripts)
  • Select Application .apk/.ipa file (the App to be tested)
  • Select Test Script zip file (the Test Script developed for testing)
  • Enter Single Device execution Time (Time required for the entire script to be executed on single device)
  • Enter Name of your Test Cycle (this name will represent your Test Cycle)
  • Click on Schedule Test Cycle

Calabash

Click on Schedule to confirm schedule of test automation. Here, you can see your selected application, test script, device(s) etc.

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You get a pop up message of test automation schedule confirmation.

Click on OK to proceed.

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Go to your mailbox and open pCloudy Automation Alert mail.

Click on the given link “Click to view Report”.

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Here, you can see result of your Calabash Automation Execution. This directory contains all important information of execution result.

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Accelerate your app development with pCloudy today!