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AutoMate

AutoMate is a Swift framework containing a set of helpful XCTest extensions for writing UI automation tests. It provides strongly typed, extensible wrapper around launch arguments and environment variables, which can be used for language, locale and keyboard type configuration on the device. With the AutoMate-AppBuddy it can also disable animations in the application and manage events, reminders and contacts.

Swift 3.1 Travis CocoaPods Compatible CocoaPods Carthage Compatible Platform License

AutoMate

Installation

The most convenient way to install it is by using CocoaPods with Podfile:

pod 'AutoMate'

or using Carthage and add a line to Cartfile.private:

github "PGSSoft/AutoMate"

Cartfile.private should be used because AutoMate framework will be used by UI Tests target only not by the tested application.

Usage

Full documentation is available at https://pgssoft.github.io/AutoMate/.

  1. Create a new UI test case class.
  2. Import AutoMate framework to UI tests files:

    import AutoMate
    
  3. Use TestLauncher in the setup() method to configure application settings and launch the application:

    let app = XCUIApplication()
    TestLauncher(options: [
        SystemLanguages([.English, .German]),
        SystemLocale(language: .English, country: .Canada),
        SoftwareKeyboards([.EnglishCanada, .GermanGermany])
    ]).configure(app).launch()
    
  4. Use AutoMate’s extensions in your tests. For example:

    func testSomething() {
        let app = XCUIApplication()
        let button = app.button.element
    
        // helper for waiting until element is visible
        waitForVisibleElement(button, timeout: 20)
        button.tap()
    
        // isVisible - helper to check that element both exists and is hittable
        XCTAssertFalse(button.isVisible)
    }
    

Features (or ToDo)

  • [x] Set keyboards
  • [x] Set locale
  • [x] Set languages
  • [x] Custom arguments
  • [x] Custom keyboards, locales and languages
  • [x] XCTest extensions
  • [x] Added CoreData launch arguments
  • [x] Disable UIView animations (with AutoMate-AppBuddy)
  • [x] Strong-typed helpers: locators, page object templates (with AutoMate-Templates)
  • [x] Base XCTestCase template (with AutoMate-Templates)
  • [x] Most permissions alerts (like: LocationWhenInUseAlert, CalendarAlert, PhotosAlert) (with AutoMate-ModelGenie)
  • [x] Managing events, reminders and contacts (with AutoMate-AppBuddy)
  • [x] Companion library for the application (AutoMate-AppBuddy)
  • [x] Improve launch options type safety
  • [x] Smart coordinates
  • [x] Check if application is running in UI test environment (with AutoMate-AppBuddy)
  • [ ] Stubbing network requests
  • [ ] Stubbing contacts, events and reminders
  • [ ] Taking screenshots
  • [ ] Clearing application data
  • [ ] Stubbing notifications

Example application

Repository contains example application under AutoMateExample directory. Structure of the application is simple, but the project contains extensive suite of UI tests to showcase capabilities of the library.

Development

Full documentation is available at https://pgssoft.github.io/AutoMate/.

If you want to provide your custom launch argument or launch environment you have to implement LaunchOption protocol or one of its extensions, such as LaunchArgumentWithSingleValue:

enum CustomParameter: String, LaunchArgumentWithSingleValue, LaunchArgumentValue {
    var key: String {
        return "AppParameter"
    }
    case value1
    case value2
}

Then, you can pass it to the TestBuilder:

let launcher = TestLauncher(options: [
    CustomParameter.value1
])

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/PGSSoft/AutoMate.

License

The project is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

About

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