This project has git submodules!
Clone with the
git clone --recursive flag. Or, after cloning normally run
git submodule init and then
git submodule update
git diff --submodule flag is useful here. It can also be set as the default
git config --global diff.submodule log
git config status.submodulesummary 1 is also useful.
By default, this driver will create a new iOS simulator and run tests on it, deleting the simulator afterward.
If you specify a specific simulator using the
udid capability, this driver will boot the specified simulator and shut it down afterwards.
If a udid is provided and the simulator is already running, this driver will leave it running after the test run.
In short, this driver tries to leave things as it found them.
You can use the
noReset capability to adjust this behavior.
true will leave the simulator running at the end of a test session.
Should be the same for Appium
Differences noted here
||Do not destroy or shut down sim after test. Start tests running on whichever sim is running, or device is plugged in. Default
npm run watch