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Description

This repo showcases how to integrate Java / TestNG test for Native apps, using Appium with Applitools and execute on Genymotion Cloud

About the tests

  • The Test (GenyParallel.java) assumes the following:
    • There are 2 instances of the test running in parallel
    • The port numbers, udid are hard-coded in the test to make the demo easier. But this can / should be externalized for better flexibility / scaling
    • The below instructions (for Genymotion devices) assumes this hard-coded setup. The test infrastructure code should be able to make this dynamic at runtime

Applitools Setup

Genymotion Devices Setup

  • Sign up on Genymotion Cloud to create an account

  • Setup Genymotion command line tool - gmsaas using the instructions here - https://www.genymotion.com/blog/gmsaas-new-cli-automate-lifecycle-genymotion-cloud, or https://pypi.org/project/gmsaas/

  • To check if you are connected to Genymotion Cloud, run

    $ gmsaas auth whoami

    The above should show the username / email of your Genymotion Cloud account

  • See list of devices available devices in Genymotion Cloud:

    $ gmsaas recipes list | grep "Pixel 3"

    For this demo, I am going to use Google Pixel 3 devices, so I can narrow the search using the below command:

    $ gmsaas recipes list | grep "Pixel 3"

    143eb44a-1d3a-4f27-bcac-3c40124e2836  Google Pixel 3         9.0        1080 x 2160 dpi 420  genymotion
    e5008049-8394-40fc-b7f8-87fa9f1c305f  Google Pixel 3 XL      9.0        1440 x 2960 dpi 560  genymotion
    
  • Start 2 devices

    gmsaas instances start 143eb44a-1d3a-4f27-bcac-3c40124e2836 pixel3
    gmsaas instances start e5008049-8394-40fc-b7f8-87fa9f1c305f pixel3xl
    

    NOTE: The above commands will start a new instance of the devices in Genymotion Cloud. When you see the started devices, make note of the devices' udid. Example:

    $ gmsaas instances list
    UUID                                  NAME      ADB SERIAL      STATE
    ------------------------------------  --------  --------------  -------
    8e70fac5-0dc5-449c-8458-6af6bd09e201  pixel3    0.0.0.0         ONLINE
    3553cc0c-c6cd-48be-99f6-b56fe86a7cb1  pixel3xl  0.0.0.0         ONLINE
    

    NOTE: The UDIDs listed above will keep changing. So do not copy / paste directly.

  • You can also see the started instances in Genymotion Cloud Ui - https://cloud.geny.io/app/default-devices

  • Establish adb connection with the started instances

    $ gmsaas instances adbconnect --adb-serial-port 5554 <udid1>
    $ gmsaas instances adbconnect --adb-serial-port 5556 <udid2>
    
  • You will now see the ADB serial port updated for the device instances.

    $ gmsaas instances list
    UUID                                  NAME      ADB SERIAL      STATE
    ------------------------------------  --------  --------------  -------
    <udid1>                               pixel3    localhost:5554  ONLINE
    <udid2>                               pixel3xl  localhost:5556  ONLINE
    
  • You will now be able to see these Genymotion Cloud virtual devices as a local device

    $ adb devices
    List of devices attached
    localhost:5554	device
    localhost:5556	device 
    

Run the Tests

  • From command line, start Appium server using the command shown below:

    $ appium -p 4723 &
    
  • You can now run the test in parallel and see the test execute in Genymotion Cloud, and see the Visual Testing results in the Applitools Test Manager Dashboard

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