Selenium-java: Screenplay example

Last week, i have read a post about ScreenPlay design pattern, and hear it in Selenium Conference 2016. So today I created this post to show "How to implement ScreenPlay in Selenium Java". For concepts and comparison between Page Object and ScreenPlay, please find in attached links in this my post. URL: Test case steps: Click … Continue reading Selenium-java: Screenplay example


Create Android Virtual Device(AVD) with Android Studio

Required: JAVA has installed and JAVA_HOME has set. Android Studio has installed and ANDROID_HOME has set, please read my previous post about it. Update Android SDK packages: open Android SDK manager by click on  Click on "SDK Platforms" Tab and Select one of Android version that you will create new ADB with it. Click on "SDK Tools" … Continue reading Create Android Virtual Device(AVD) with Android Studio

Finding elements with appium desktop

Appium desktop is new UI app and just beta version, you can find at To use Appium Desktop to inspect elements, following steps below: Start appium server by click "Start Server" button Open Android emulator or real device In Appium desktop app, open new session window (File -> new session window or cmd + N(MAC)) … Continue reading Finding elements with appium desktop

Appium installation on Windows – Android Studio

Step 1: Install JAVA JDK Download java jdk from here. Step 2: Configure JAVA_HOME i) Go to System>>Advanced System Setting>>Environment variable>>System Variable >>New ii) Update Path variable Append %JAVA_HOME%\bin to Path variable. Step 3: Install Android SDK or Android Studio Download and install it from here. Step 4: Configure ANDROID_HOME i)Add ANDROID_HOME to environment variable. … Continue reading Appium installation on Windows – Android Studio

Tutorial #1 : Setup Ruby environment

I. Windows OS Install RubyInstaller 2.3.3 (64-bit, 32-bit) During installation, check box for Add Ruby executable to PATH Download and extract the RubyInstaller DevKit to a known location (e.g., C:\DevKit) (32-bit, 64-bit) Open a command prompt (Start, Run, cmd, Enter) Change directories to the extracted DevKit directory (cd C:\DevKit) Run the DevKit init script with … Continue reading Tutorial #1 : Setup Ruby environment