This is the third installment in a series of posts highlighting new features of Test Studio for iOS 2.0. Let's see the new organization of projects and tests.
In version 1.3.1 and earlier, the application was the project and it could only contain tests against that app. In 2.0, you can create a custom-named project and it may contain tests against any testable app (web and native).
Once you create a project, you can add tests to it. This is where to associate an application with the test.
- For a test against a mobile web page, tap Web Test.
- For a test against a native app that contains the Test Studio Extension, tap Other.
- Select an app from the action sheet:
- That app is temporarily launched and registered.
- You are returned to Test Studio to save the test.
- If a native app was previously selected for another test, it's remembered and placed in the list.
You may experience an issue at step 2.2 where the native app does not launch. This occurs if the Test Studio Extension in the app is not updated after downloading a new version of Test Studio for iOS.
Next time I'll discuss some minor changes to the Test Studio Extension and what you'll need to know when updating it in the QA target of your application.
We hope you're as excited as we are about Test Studio for iOS 2.0 and its new companion Web Portal. The new features are coming in the first week of March! In the meantime sign up for the release webinar to get information on the features first hand.