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Class cast Appium driver to Android Driver #807

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VenkateshPS opened this Issue Jan 13, 2018 · 1 comment

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VenkateshPS commented Jan 13, 2018

Description

would it be possible to add class casting of Appium driver to Android driver/ iOS Driver, while many of the features are possible using Appium driver you cannot really check if Android keyboard is displayed using an Appium driver.

Environment

  • java client build version or git revision if you use some shapshot:
  • Appium server version or git revision if you use some shapshot:
  • Desktop OS/version used to run Appium if necessary:
  • Node.js version (unless using Appium.app|exe) or Appium CLI or Appium.app|exe:
  • Mobile platform/version under test:
  • Real device or emulator/simulator:

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Please remember that, with sample code; it's easier to reproduce bug and much faster to fix it.
You can git clone https://github.com/appium/sample-code or https://github.com/appium/sample-code/tree/master/sample-code/apps and reproduce an issue using Java and sample apps.
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Please create a gist with pasted stacktrace of exception thrown by java.

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Please create a gist which is a paste of your full Appium logs, and link them here. Do not paste your full Appium logs here, as it will make this issue very long and hard to read!
If you are reporting a bug, always include Appium logs as linked gists! It helps to define the problem correctly and clearly.

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Please raise question in https://discuss.appium.io/ this place is raise issue.

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saikrishna321 commented Jan 31, 2018

Please raise question in https://discuss.appium.io/ this place is raise issue.

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