Telerik Software Testing Tools
Test Studio for iOS
Configure your Device
Saving the Test
Backup My Database
Transfer to Computer
Transfer to Device
Using the API
Unit Test Examples
Safari Web Inspector
Submit iOS Application
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a way to write tests with code?
Yes. See the
Is there a way to execute tests and see results with a PC or Mac?
Is there a way to create and edit iOS tests using the desktop Test Studio for Windows?
No. There are no plans for this.
Can I write conditional logic and loops in a Test Studio for iOS test?
Not yet. This feature is on our to-do list.
How can I add a new step to a test?
Open an existing test and tap the
button in the lower left. A browser in recording mode immediately loads for a Web Test. For an iOS Test, select
Play and Continue
to execute the test steps first, or
Just Launch the App
to load the app in its current state. Either way you’ll enter recording mode and can add new steps to the end of the test. You can also press the
button in the upper right of the test step view (while in recording mode) to add an Execution Delay.
How can I change the order of steps in a test?
When reviewing a test's steps, click the
button in the upper right to enable the drag and drop ability to change the step order.
If a step fails, can the test continue executing?
If a step within a test fails, that fails the test. There is no feature yet that translates to
Continue on Failure
When creating a web test, tapping the variable button in lower right of the keyboard is not properly recorded as a test step. Why not?
Test Studio cannot control automation of the keyboard during web test playback. Instead, tap the corresponding button in the actual page, like
Can I back up my projects to a computer?
Yes. You can back up a SQLite database to your computer through iTunes and transfer it to another device. See
Can I add/extract a saved SQLite database to/from Test Studio in the Simulator?
to find the Simulator folder for Test Studio. Open the
folder inside. Here you'll add/extract the saved SQLite database file.