Appium Server is the core component of the Appium architecture. It is written in Node.js and runs on the local machine or in the cloud. Appium’s API is based on the W3C WebDriver Protocol, and it has supported this protocol for years. Before the W3C WebDriver Protocol was designed as a web standard, several... Continue Reading →
Lighthouse allows us to assess the website's performance, accessibility, SEO, best practices, and PWA. It is also highly configurable, making it flexible enough to be useful for all sites, from the simplest to the highly complex.
We know that most of them are in the migration stage of Appium 1.x to Appium 2.x. There are some changes in the Appium server instantiation logic when we use the Selenium 4.x and Appium Server 2.x. Starting the Appium server's service using AppiumDriverLocalService and we discussed different driver services in the previous... Continue Reading →
We can now enhance the tests to capture HTTP network traffic, collect performance metrics, capture console logs, handle basic authentication, and mock geolocations, time zones, and device modes...
As we know that the Selenium 4.x came out along with a lot of new features and functionalities. In this article, I would like to share Selenium 4's feature known as Relative Locators (formerly known as Friendly Locators). Relative locators help locate WebElements based on the location relative to other DOM elements. ... Continue Reading →