Appium is Open source and we are making use of it in multiple projects. The one framework is WebdriverIO and Appium, other one Appium and …
Our organization using Appium for a long. Appium is very good for mobile automation and it is being used by the whole orgnization based on …
It is an indispensable tool for mobile automation and helps a lot in converting manual test cases to automated scripts. Being an open …
Appium is used (along with other tools for automation such as Espresso) across all Mobile Testing projects in our company. It is primarily …
Appium is used in our project to automate mobile application test cases. Our organisation has mobile apps on Android and IOS for different …
Appium is used across the whole organization by teams which own the Android and iOS native applications. We're using it to automate large …
Creating a reusable and easily maintainable interface automation suite can be challenging. Work with iOS, your first thought is to use …
At this time, my team is only using Appium, but this will most likely change as other teams have automation needs with mobile devices. The …
Appium is used by my team, QA Automation, to assist in automating testing for our mobile iOS and Android applications. Appium helps …
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The main reason we selected Appium is that we had people experienced in WebDriver API and some framework solutions in place, so given our setup, it provided a faster and cheaper kick-off. Another reason we selected Appium was that SauceLabs had pretty good support for Appium tests in their cloud, so we didn't need to roll out any additional infrastructure.
Appium is a wrapper of selenium and is available for mobile based applications. It has also the similar features as selenium has for website automation. Together both provide a combined solution for automating web and mobile apps. Can provide end to end automation with a single automation framework. It supports almost all renowned programming languages available in the market. Also easily integrated with CI/CD tool architecture.
- Calabash, Espresso and XCTest
Appium is comparable with Calabash because it's the only cross-platform tool like appium. Espresso is only to automate Android tests and XCTest is only for iOS. We selected Appium because it solves a lot of automation situations and gestures of the mobile apps. We've used Calabash but since it has an uncertain future we decided to migrate to Appium.
If you're an Apple developer, you use Xcode. It's practically a forced necessity. For system testing though, it doesn't have to be. You can have your development team focus on unit and integration tests in their platform and another team automate acceptance tests with a language they are more familiar with.
- xcode and android sdk
Hard to compare Appium to Xcode and Android sdk because Appium uses them, but those are the only comparisons I could come up with to compare Appium with another product. I'm sure there may be other mobile automation tools, but none are as mainstream as Appium or with the support. You will need to install both Xcode and Android sdk to have Appium function.
I have not used any other product that compares to Appium in the realm of mobile automated testing.