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Test Android and iOS apps on Real Devices with AWS Device Farm September Webinar Series


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AWS Device Farm lets you improve the quality of your app by testing and interacting with real Android and iOS devices in the AWS Cloud. In this session, we will demonstrate how to use Device Farm to run automated tests on hundreds of real devices and get logs, videos, screenshots, and performance data in minutes. We will also show a demo of the recently announced Remote Access feature that lets you interact with physical devices in real time through your web browser.

Learning Objectives
• Learn to use AWS Device Farm to test apps automatically and manually

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Test Android and iOS apps on Real Devices with AWS Device Farm September Webinar Series

  1. 1. © 2015, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved. Trent Peterson, AWS Device Farm September 22, 2016 Mobile App Testing with AWS Device Farm
  2. 2. AWS Device Farm Test native, hybrid, and web apps on real Android and iOS devices in the cloud
  3. 3. What to expect
  4. 4.  Overview  Demo: Scheduling tests and sessions and inspecting reports  Demo: Continuous integration with Jenkins  Q&A
  5. 5. Overview
  6. 6.  Android and iOS (Native, hybrid, web)  Scale: 100s of unique physical devices, many instances  Integration: Jenkins, Android Studio, SDKs, CLI  Reports: Results, videos, screenshots, logs, performance  Flexibility: Manual and automated, many frameworks  Security: Full HW and SW isolation
  7. 7. Pricing
  8. 8. Unlimited testing starts at $250/month or Pay as you go at $0.17/device minute Start today with 250 minutes for free!
  9. 9. Availability
  10. 10.  Launched in July 2015  AWS Device Farm is available to customers globally from the US West (Oregon) region 
  11. 11. High level use cases
  12. 12.  Test iterative changes during development  Test cumulative builds (e.g. nightly) as part of continuous integration  Verify functionality prior to release  Monitor released applications (e.g. canaries)  Reproduce issues reported by analytics and end users
  13. 13. Demo: Test on AWS Device Farm
  14. 14. Continuous Integration
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  16. 16. Demo: Jenkins
  17. 17. Monday, October 24, 2016 JW Marriot Austin Info & Register: Free, one-day developer event featuring tracks, labs, and workshops around Serverless, Containers, IoT, and Mobile Register Here
  18. 18. Q & A Service Samples Forum Contact us