pCloudy has launched a new mobile testing certification course which will enable the users to perform testing using Appium on pCloudy devices. Appium is an open source mobile app testing framework with which users can test their native, web and hybrid apps. It has no dependency on the mobile operating system. Appium is cross-platform and a single API works for both Android and iOS test scripts.
pCloudy is integrated with Appium which means test automation is much more hassle-free. This mobile testing certification will enable the user to perform automation testing in pCloudy using Appium.
On completion of Appium automation testing certification, users will be able to integrate Appium with pCloudy using different approaches, install an Android or iOS application, and then use Appium to inspect elements in the app. Users will also be able to write thier first Appium script and run it on pCloudy devices. This software testing certification is especially helpful for test automation engineers, developers, and product managers.
Users can also attend the joint webinar with Hexaware on September 12th, where we will talk about continuous testing for multi-channel apps over cloud.
pCloudy is the next-gen mobile app testing platform with more than 5000 device browser combinations. Mobile app testing is critical to ensure smooth functioning and better user experience. pCloudy solves the issue of testing an app on multiple devices with different specifications and saves the user from spending big bucks on building a device lab.
Users can perform manual testing as well as automated testing on real devices in pCloudy. Users can perform network testing, local site testing, cross browser testing, performance testing, functional testing and non functional testing on multiple iOS and Android devices. pCloudy is integrated with most of the popular testing frameworks and tools like Appium, Espresso, Jira, GitHub, Jenkins, Android Studio, Eclipse, etc. pCloudy has a global presence and provides solutions to many Fortune 500 companies.