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 …
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- Extensive coding experience is required. So initial framework setup is bit complex
- Reusability and easy maintenance
- As it open source, it makes a huge impact on ROI
- There is no negative impact of this software
- Open-source tool
- No negative impact as investment required only for scripting of test cases
- We achieved 80% of major test scenarios coverage.
- ROI happened for our project per our estimate on 5th month.
- The Dev team should pay more attention to the app testability and not let obvious issues appear (so automated scripts have more challenges).
- Open Source - Due to no fee the organisation is able to save lot of money by automating testing
- The same tools can be connected with 3rd party cloud services and also real devices
- With Appium we are able to generate app pages that can be validated by a manual tester easily without manually opening devices and checking the app.
- Improvement in Release Process Speed
- Reduce the Manual Testing and Manual Testers team
- For cost of ownership, the increase is positive times infinity, as it's free to install and use
- Lead time for suite development can be a negative, if not planned for during sprint planning
- Using Appium to execute tests in parallel across a cloud solution can improve CI/CD cycles by 100's of a percent
- Appium is open source, so it's free. That's budget friendly right there.
- The ability to write mobile automation tests has saved considerable time for our manual test team, but that is true with most automation tests.
- We use Sauce Labs with our other automation, but Appium works great with Sauce Labs, as well, if I needed to run on emulators and simulators.
- Improved test coverage - 20%
- Freed up manual testing resources to more important tasks
- Application bugs/defects are found and resolved quicker