Gesture-driven devices changed the way we think about interactions. The success of mobile applications depends on how well the interactions are being implemented and in turn its user experience. Touch Actions were ruling the way we automate mobile gestures for quite a while. As of Appium 2.0, we are completely W3C compliant i.e. we have deprecated touch action in favor of Actions API from W3C specifications. In this workshop, we will take you through the ways in which you could automate mobile gestures with and without Appium Plugins.
Evolution of touch gestures
Intro to W3C Actions API
Non standard ways to automate gestures
Intro to Appium 2.0
Appium Gestures plugin
Srinivasan Sekar is a Senior Consultant at ThoughtWorks. He loves contributing to Open Source. He is an Appium Member and Selenium Contributor as well.
He worked extensively on testing various Mobile and Web Applications. Specialized in building automation frameworks. Also a speaker in various conferences including SeleniumConf, SeleniumConf, Appium, Belgrade Test conference, Committee member for Appium and Selenium Conf.