Welcome to Testsigma’s Getting Started Tutorial for Android Native Application Testing!
This tutorial is an 8-part series where we will introduce you to Testsigma’s basic functionalities and will create and execute a test case for a sample Android Native application such as Wikipedia
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As a first step, you can familiarize yourself with Testsigma and the terminologies that we use in the product.
To complete this tutorial we recommend you complete the below chapters one by one.
Pre-conditions for working with Testsigma specifies requisites like setting up an account, installing Testsigma Agent and setting Android Inspector to capture elements
Mobile Inspector setup provides an introduction to ‘Android Inspector' and how to set it up and start the inspection of elements in your mobile applications.
Sample Android Native App for Testing provides an introduction to ‘Wikipedia’ sample application and a sample scenario that we are going to automate in this sample application.
Create a Project that shows the steps to create a new Project in your Testsigma account and get started.
Capture UI Identifiers - Mobile Inspector discusses UI identifiers(Element locators) and the different ways UI identifiers can be created using Android Inspector to locate elements on mobile apps to perform actions.
Create Test Case covers the basics of test case creation and explanation with the help of a sample test case.
Run Test Case discusses different test execution methods in Testsigma and explains a sample test case run in detail.
Analyze & Debug Failures explains methods to analyze the test results and debug common failures
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