kandi X-RAY | calabash Summary
kandi X-RAY | calabash Summary
Automated Acceptance Testing for Mobile Apps.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Make sure that parameters are valid
- Execute a timeout block .
- Prints the console
- Outputs a message .
- Checks if the specified alert exists
- Waits until the text is present .
- Check if the alert exists
- Gets the box of the box ID .
- pad button
- Waits for a sheet title
calabash Key Features
calabash Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on calabash
We have an Azure DevOps build pipeline that setup to create and deploy a Flutter mobile cross-platform app to Microsoft AppCenter. We use the Flutter Driver test framework for UI Automation. We wanted to run the tests with AppCenter's device sets. However, the build pipeline currently only allows us to select one of these test frameworks: Appium, Espresso, Calabash, Xamarin UI Test, XCUITest (and no one for Flutter Driver). Is it possible to setup one for Flutter Driver test? Is there any workaround, customized setup that can make it to work?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-06 at 02:17
However, the build pipeline currently only allows us to select one of these test frameworks: Appium, Espresso, Calabash, Xamarin UI Test, XCUITest (and no one for Flutter Driver).
This limitation is not from Azure Pipelines, it's from App Center.
The following test frameworks are currently supported on App Center (see here for more details).
- Xamarin.UITest (iOS, Android)
Flutter Driver test framework is not supported currently.
So, on the App Center Test task, only these supported test frameworks are available.
If your projects really need Flutter Driver test framework on App Center, I recommend that you can directly share a feature request on the repository for App Center to ask adding the Flutter Driver test framework on App Center.
I'm trying to do some Unit Test with Xamarin Forms ( 220.127.116.11 ) on iOS and Android. I've created a Blank project and a blank Unit Test Project with Visual Studio for Mac. On Android everything works fine, but on iOS there is no way to start an unit test. Everytime I start to execute a test, iOS return me this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-11 at 11:33
Please take a look to this GitHub Issue
It seems to be a fail with Xamarin.UITest and XCode 12
We just implemented a new push notification feature for our Xamarin.forms app using azure notification hub as provider. On iOS the notifications work perfectly fine when app is fresh installed on iOS device, i.e. no prior version of the app is installed on device. But when I try to upgrade the existing app on iOS device by installing the newer version on top, then I don't get any notifications.
When I debugged, I found that only during app upgrade scenario, the iOS app throws a UIKit.UIKitThreadAccessException: 'UIKit Consistency error: you are calling a UIKit method that can only be invoked from the UI thread.' Due to this exception the device doesn't get registered with Apple Push Notification Services and thus doesn't get any push notifications.
Below is the full exception with stacktrace:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-24 at 17:41
As you can read from the stack trace provided by you in the questions, the error is actually occuring on line 369 of your ‘Login.xaml.cs’ file.
If you place an "Exception catchpoint" and it should tell you exactly what line is causing that issue. Placing a try-catch around it should fix the crash, but try to to resolve the issue as well since exceptions in general are bad.
Besides that, you can also to use DispatchAsync instead
Hello Stack Overflow community,
I'm planning to develop a UI test automation for an iOS application.
The problem is that I don't have access to the source code but only the finished ipa file of the app. Therefore I cannot add Calabash.framework to the app. Is there a possibility to write UI tests with Calabash or do I need the source code of the app to add Calabash.framework before creating the ipa file?
Thanks a lot in advance!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-07 at 05:31
Yes, it is possible to use Calabash on an ipa. Compile-time linking is no longer strictly required. See https://github.com/calabash/run_loop/pull/750 - this is a work in progress. I am no longer working on the Calabash project, but I can provide some guidance.
According to https://github.com/calabash/calabash-ios and https://github.com/calabash/calabash-android, calabash-ios and calabash-android aren't supported by Microsoft any more, is it also true for https://github.com/calabash/calabash-ios-server and https://github.com/calabash/calabash-android-server?
https://www.nuget.org/packages/Xamarin.TestCloud.Agent/ references https://github.com/calabash/calabash-ios-server, are TestCloud.Agent and calabash-ios-server the same thing?
Based on the docs, Xamarin UITest is built on top of calabash. Microsoft claims to support Xamarin UITest. How can Microsoft support Xamarin UITest if it doesn't support calabash any more?
We are using Xamarin UITest to test our React Native apps, can we reliably expect this setup to work in the future?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-10 at 05:26
See my response here: https://github.com/calabash/calabash-ios-server/issues/459
Calabash iOS Server and Test Cloud Agent are the same.
Microsoft has deprecated support for the Calabash iOS and Android cucumber ruby clients.
Xamarin.UITest has not been deprecated. DeviceAgent, iOSDeviceManager, Calabash iOS Server, and Calabash Android Test Server are all required by Xamarin.UITest, and as such they are still maintained by Microsoft.
env: node: No such file or directory
I checked if my directory for node wasn't wrong and it's fine.
I tried these following answers already: 1. https://github.com/nodejs/node-v0.x-archive/issues/3911 2. https://github.com/creationix/nvm/issues/1702 3. browserify error /usr/bin/env: node: No such file or directory...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-15 at 09:30
node -vto see whether you've installed node. I think your node not works.
nvmis the environment managment for node. If you are using
nvm, you should
brew install nvm, and use
nvm install version-of-node-you-want-to-installto install node, and use
nvm use the-versionto let node works.
Whole install chain is:
brew install nvm, to install
nvm, which is environment/version management for node.
nvm install 10.3.0, to install
npm install -g yarn, to install
yarn -vto check if they all works.
I am trying to install the gems from my Gemfile to my project, but when I have performed "bundle install", the bundler started installing the default gems, but not that one from my Gemfile.
Gemfile dir: C:\Users\ipinhei5\Desktop\Automation\napps-ANDROIDmation
See below: [bundle installing default gems]...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-12 at 14:55
It's not installing "default" packages. It is installing the packages in your Gemfile and the dependencies of those packages. If you see that it's installing packages that you didn't specify in your Gemfile, it's because those packages are dependencies of one or more of the packages in your Gemfile.
bundle install documentation:
Install the dependencies specified in your Gemfile
...Bundler will fetch all remote sources, resolve dependencies and install all needed gems.
You can use the
gem dependency command with the
--reverse-dependencies flag to see why a gem was installed. In your case use, for example,
gem dependency CFPropertyList --reverse-dependencies to see why the
CFPropertyList gem was installed. At the very bottom of the output of the command it will tell you which package required it as a dependency.
You can also check your
Gemfile.lock file after you've run
bundle install to see the list of packages you have installed and their dependencies. Under the
specs header you'll see a list of all the packages that was installed. Some of the packages have a list of indented packages underneath them. Those are the dependencies of the package.
For example, let's see why the
to_boolean package was installed:
I am trying to run calabash-android tests on my Android APK, on one machine with one emulator the tests run fine, however on another machine with the same code but a different emulator I get an error.
Here are the commands I run in a .sh file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-May-04 at 02:46
Can you try
I have the following ruby calabash step:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-20 at 16:55
You can use ternary operator assignment:
In Xamarin UITest (which uses Calabash) I can query an element that has
some text, like so:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-09 at 19:23
I'm doing it like so, for
UILabels. I don't think it works for
UIButtons, for buttons you have to dig a bit deeper in the
AppResult, but it should be doable alone, I've just never had the chance to have text in my buttons when I did UITests.
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