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Mobile Test Automation with Appium by Nishant Verma

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Writing our first Appium test

Until now, we have created a sample Java project and added the Appium dependency. Next, we need to add a feature file and implement the code behind. Let's start that:

  1. Under the Project folder, create the src/test/java/features directory structure.
  2. Right click on the features folder, select New > File, and enter name as Sample.feature.
  1. You will notice that the file is associated with a Cucumber feature icon if the plugin is installed correctly.
  2. We need to explore the Quikr mobile app; when you install it and play around the first scenario, you will notice the login scenario. Quikr gives you an option to log in using Google or Facebook.
  3. In the Sample.feature file, let's write a sample scenario, as shown, which ...

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