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pcloudy-appium-client

pCloudy-appium service

  • Run Appium Automation over multiple devices of pCloudy.
  • Launches App and takes screenshot through webdriverio.
  • Saves screenshot of App launch inside screenshot folder.
  • Know more about pCloudy www.pcloudy.com.

Install

 
 
npm init
 
npm install pcloudy-appium-client --save
 

Writing a script

 
//1: Create screenshot directory.
//2: Create log directory.
//3: Create config.json file which has following fields.
//4: app file at current directory.
 
{
  "desiredCapabilities": {
    "launchTimeout" : 90000,
    "CommandTimeout" : 600,
    "appPackage" : "YOUR_APP_PACKAGE_NAME",
    "appActivity" : "YOUR_APP_LAUNCH_ACTIVITY_NAME",
    "rotatable" : true
  },
  "logLevel" : "verbose",
  "logOutput" : "./log/",
  "protocol" : "https",
  "host" : "device.pcloudy.com",
  "port" : 443,
  "coloredLogs" : true,
  "bail" : 0,
  "screenshotPath" : "./screenshot/",
  "screenshotOnReject" : false,
  "username" : "YOUR_PCLOUDY_USERNAME",
  "password" : "YOUR_PCLOUDY_ACCESS_KEY",
  "appname" : "YOUR_APP_NAME"
}
 
//create a file eg: index.js add with following code to select pCloudy Devices and run appium Automation.
 
var appiumpCloudy = require('pcloudy-appium-client');
 
instance = new appiumpCloudy();
 
instance.appiumInterface('config.json');
 
 
//node index.js

Known issues / limitations

  • more test scripts has to be written.

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License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2017 pCloudy