Ruby

Python is one of the most popular programming languages at the moment and we here at spriteCloud have had the chance to use it and write about using it. We use Ruby for quite a lot of things here at spriteCloud.  It powers the Cucumber, Waitr, Lapis Lazuli stack and its a good language that we are pretty familiar with here.

 

Take a moment to have a look at some of those articles and be sure to explore our other posts as software testing topics are often related. In particular, we have a blog series that explains using Appium with Ruby for Mobile Test Automation. Have a look at these three in-depth guides.

 

Pioneering Appium with Ruby for Mobile Test Automation, Part 1: Required Software

Pioneering Appium with Ruby for Mobile Test Automation, Part 2: OSx software

Pioneering Appium with Ruby for Mobile Test Automation, Part 3: Building the Environment

Pioneering Appium with Ruby for Mobile Test Automation, Part 2: OSx software

Testing Mac OSx

It’s time for a follow-up to my previous post on pioneering with Appium a month ago. In this post I assembled the required software to do automated testing for Android on Windows. In this post I’ll describe the same process for Mac OSx. If you found this series helpful be sure to also read our …

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Pioneering Appium with Ruby for Mobile Test Automation, Part 1: Required Software

Samsung Galaxy s5 used for mobile test automation

Appium is a single link in the chain called ‘mobile test automation’. Yet it has much attention focused on it. I’ve got it to work with my old Samsung Galaxy S4 phone (below). Interested? Learn more about mobile test automation and automation in general in our guide called “Test Automation: nearly everything you need to …

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Ruby in Web test automation – The Questions

How come Ruby ?   There are several important Ruby projects, which are also increasing the popularity of the Ruby language in general: http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/libraries/ The most interesting projects from my (and this blog posts) point of view are Watir and Ruby on Rails, the former from a testers point of view, the latter from web …

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RubyonRails Freebsd 8.0 RC1

Building a Ruby on Rails test server on FreeBSD 8.0 RC1 We’re a Ruby on Rails shop at our place and we work on a number of different platforms for developing and testing our stuff; the devs normally work on macs, while the staging environment – this week – is Ubuntu’s Jaunty Jackalope (9.04) distribution. However I’m …

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