This is a good time to migrate the java-client v7 to v8 since we are all moving from Appium Server 1.x to 2.x.
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 →
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 →
In this article, I would like to share different Appium drivers and how to choose which one to use in the automation situation. Appium is not just one "thing". It can automate multiple platforms, from iOS to Android and beyond. The way that Appium organizes itself around this multi-platform model is by means... Continue Reading →
In this article introducing the AppiumServiceBuilder functionality built into the Appium Java client. This will help to start the Appium Server programmatically in both MAC and Windows OS. Start Your Appium Server... Using this concept you can start many Appium Server sessions for your automation, especially in case of parallel execution... Continue Reading →