Category: Udemy

Appium automation framework development with C# (Advanced)

Dear friends,

As always, I am pretty excited to release an all-new course on Udemy on Appium automation framework development with C# (Advanced). Appium with C# framework development course is the first-ever course on the internet which talks about details on automating mobile hybrid and native applications like Ionic and Xamarin with both Windows and MacOS ecosystems.

Interestingly, this course is designed by you and for you which you call see from the poll result from ExecuteAutomation blog for a couple of months now and it turns out that you choose Appium with C# course and here is the course

Here is an introduction video  of the course

The course cover following topics

  • Introduction to Appium
  • Automation Hybrid Ionic android application in Windows 10 OS
  • Page Object Models
  • Automation Native Xamarin iOS application in MacOS High Sierra
  • Introduction to framework design and development
  • BDD with Specflow for Appium with C#
  • Base and Appium Extensions
  • Custom configurations and more..

You can check out the complete course from here https://www.udemy.com/automation-framework-development-with-appium/

If you like the course and would like to enroll, please leave your message in the comments below with correct email ID, I will share you the latest and greatest coupon code for the discount.

Thanks,
Karthik KK

ExecuteAutomation Reporting System (EARS) Outsourced

If you have already read earlier articles in ExecuteAutomation, we has taken effort to outsource as much source code as possible on GitHub

Today, ExecuteAutomation is happy to outsource on of the most exciting yet most requested tool developed for automation community which is

  • ExecuteAutomation Reporting System (EARS) along with
  • ExecuteAutomation Web Service System

You can clone the complete source code of ExecuteAutomation Reporting System source from here.

https://github.com/executeautomation/ExecuteAutomationReportingSystem/

Quick Introduction on ExecuteAutomation Reporting System (EARS)

If you don’t know what ExecuteAutomation Reporting system or EARS is all about, it’s an tool developed using

EARS stores automation reports for every test execution done on the framework which consumes it and display it with as much information as possible

Features

Here are some of the key features of EARS compares to other common reports like Extent Report or ReportNG (which is not even in development)

Historical

EARS shows report for every test sessions and stores them historically in MS SQL server database as shown below

Figure 1: ExecuteAutomation Reporting System Home Page

Searchable

EARS has powerful search capabilities like search by

  • Test case ID
  • Name (who executed it)
  • Date search

Supported automation tools

Supports automation testing tools like

  • Selenium
  • Coded UI Testing
  • Robotium

Stores Screenshot and detailed report

EARS also stores screenshot of failed test cases (coming soon)

Figure 2: Detailed Report

Stores pickles report

EARS also stores the most famous living documentation Pickles report

Where can I learn building this tool from ground up?

You can learn building ExecuteAutomation Reporting System and ExecuteAutomation TestHarness System from udemy course below

https://www.udemy.com/creating-automation-reports-with-ears

Here is the complete video of the above discussion

Thanks for reading the post and watching the video!!!

Please leave your comments and let me know if there is anything I should update in this post.

Thanks,
Karthik KK

Advanced automation reporting system with EARS

ExecuteAutomation has released an all new course in Udemy on advanced reporting system for automation system called ExecuteAutomation Reporting System (EARS). ExecuteAutomation Reporting System (EARS) is going to be an unified reporting system for any type of automation testing. EARS is built using ASP.Net technology.

EARS will support any kind of automation tools/technology you use like

  • Selenium
  • Coded UI
  • Appium/Robotium etc

As that said, EARS is going to have following features built right into it

  • Single point reporting for automation testing
  • Historical test report maintenance (EARS_DB)
  • Historical search (EARS_DB)
  • Historical store for external reports like Pickles (EARS_DB)*

EARS

You can find the complete course from here https://www.udemy.com/creating-automation-reports-with-ears

Here is the introduction video

Thanks for reading the post and watching the video!!!

Please leave your comments and let me know if there is anything I should update in this post.

Thanks,
Karthik KK