@detools/appium-helper
Appium Helper
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Appium Helper

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Almost zero config helper to run tests with Appium

Installation

npm i @detools/appium-helper --save-dev

Usage

Usage: appium-helper [options]

Options:

  -V, --version                     output the version number
  -p, --platform [type]             platform name
  -g, --glob [path]                 glob path for tests files
  -a, --app [path]                  path to application file
  -H, --appium-host [host]          appium host
  -P, --appium-port [port]          appium port
  -D, --device-name [name]          device name
  -V, --platform-version [version]  platform version
  -A, --automation-name [name]      automation name
  -N, --no-reset                    no reset
  -F, --full-reset                  full reset
  -R, --rc-file [path]              path to rc file (default .appiumhelperrc)
  -r, --register [file...]          register
  --playground                      playground
  -h, --help                        output usage information

Minimal setup

  1. Create your first test suite:

    // ./__tests__/01_test_title.js
    
    import test from 'tape-async'
    import helper from '@detools/appium-helper'
    
    const { driver, idFromText } = helper
    
    test('Test if user can see title', async (t) => {
      const titleId = idFromText('Welcome to React Native!')
      await driver.waitForVisible(titleId, 60000)
      const title = await driver.getText(titleId)
      t.equal(title, 'Welcome to React Native!', 'Title is correct')
    })
    
  2. Run tests (in your package.json)

    {
      "scripts": {
        "test": "appium-helper --platform ios --glob ./__tests__/*_test_*.js --app ./example.app"
      }
    }
    

    Internally appium-helper will check if Appium process is running. After that will check if iPhone Simulator is running, if not — will start default iPhone 6 simulator with the latest avialable version of iOS.

Playground

You can run detools-appium-helprer in playgraund mode. This mode allows you to send command to appium via repl using javascript language and provides access to helper and driver instances.

To enter in this mode use --playground key:

appium-helper --platform ios --playground

Some useful special commands are supported by all repl:

  • .clear - resets the repl context to an empty object and clears any multi-line expression currently being input.
  • .save - save the current repl session to a file: > .save ./file/to/save.js
  • .load - load a file into the current repl session. > .load ./file/to/load.js Full commands list you can find here.

Pressed <ctrl>-C twice to exit.

Payground Example

playground

Differences in running tests for Android

Before run tests for Android you should start Android Emulator or connect your real device to your workstation. After that just check connected device via:

❯ adb devices
List of devices attached
emulator-5554	device

appium-helper will select first connected android emulator in list.

If you want to specify an ID of android emulator you should use --device-name key:

// package.json
{
  "scripts": {
    "test": "appium-helper --platform android --device-name emulator-5554"
  }
}

How to specify an iOS Simulator

If you want to specify an iOS Simulator you can pass --device-name only parameter. In that case appium-helper will select an iPhone Simulator with the latest available version of iOS.

If you want to specify an iOS version of Simulator you should pass --platform-version key too:

// package.json
{
  "scripts": {
    "test:ios": "appium-helper --platform ios --device-name 'iPhone 7 Plus' --platform-version '10.1'"
  }
}

.appiumhelperrc

You can keep some config in .appiumhelperrc by default.

{
  "testsGlob": "./__tests__/*_tests_*.js",
  "appiumHost": "0.0.0.0",
  "appiumPort": "4723"
}

You can define platform-specific config params:

{
  "ios": {
    "appPath": "./ios/build/Build/Products/Release-iphonesimulator/example.app",
    "noReset": true
  },
  "android": {
    "appPath": "./android/app/build/outputs/apk/app-release.apk"
  }
}

Also you can specify a path to ./path/to/your/own/.whateveryouwantnamerc:

appium-helper --rc-file ./__tests__/.testrc

API

Coming soon…

Demo

appium_helper

Tests

To run unit tests you can use npm test command.

License

MIT License

Copyright (c) 2016-present

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