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There are two sides of the coin when it comes to Appium testing. You love it or you hate it. An experienced developer might find Appium a great tool for iOS and Android testing. A business user or tester who’s not proficient in coding might feel its limitations.
In this post, we’ll talk about the pros and cons of Appium, as well as what to look for in a test automation tool for mobile apps.
You’ll find this information interesting if you’re an enterprise looking to automate native mobile apps, mobile web, or a hybrid.
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Appium is still relatively new. So, if you’ve worked with Selenium before, you’re likely to face similar challenges with Appium as in Selenium.
So what should you look for in a test automation tool? And what alternatives are there?
Choosing a test automation tool is an important step on the road to becoming a digital-ready organization.
Part of that process is taking note of the requirements you need in the tool you’re searching for (see below).
With these requirements in mind, what comes next? If you’ve already prepared your test automation strategy, it may be time to search for the tool that could help you achieve your goals.
We've put together a whitepaper on finding the right agile test automation tool. You'll learn about finding a tool that fosters collaboration, seamlessly integrates with your existing software infrastructure and minimizes the maintenance to shorten release cycles.