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Scriptless Test Automation For iOS and Android


Automation Anywhere has launched Testing Anywhere MOBILE. This scriptless multi-platform test automation product for Android and iOS presents a set of test automation tools that allow developers to write a single test case and use it anywhere.

NOTE: Testing can be done on the devices themselves; i.e., not on emulators, thereby (in theory) improving accuracy and reducing risk by eliminating environment-related errors.

"Automation Anywhere's mobile platform test product integrates its Testing Anywhere SMART Automation object-based recording technology," said Mihir Shukla, founder and CEO of Automation Anywhere.

"We've always believed that scriptless automation can and should be something that could be executed company-wide, and we're excited to extend those capabilities to testing across iOS and Android platforms," he added.

Key features of Testing Anywhere MOBILE include visual automation technology that automatically documents test cases as users create and edit, presenting images in a storyboard view. Testing Anywhere SMART automation object-based recording technology automatically translates what's being recorded into a code-level summary, allowing QA to use one test case across any device, browser, or platform.


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