Omer Malik Omer Malik - 3 months ago 13
iOS Question

Appium can not test iOS Application "The URL '/' did not map to a valid resource"

Hi I am trying to test iOS application using Appium. I am getting following message in browser when I try to open this link http://127.0.0.1:4723/

"The URL '/' did not map to a valid resource"

Further information:
Appium Version 1.5.3

Answer

Appium acts like a server which hosts your iOS Application. You can write your tests in java or java script for writing tests I used intern Runner and configuration of intern.js is below

tunnel: 'NullTunnel',
tunnelOptions: {
    hostname: 'localhost',
    port: 4444
},

'capabilities': {
    'selenium-version': '2.48.0',
    'idle-timeout': 60,
    'defaulTimeout':60,
    'chromeOptions': {'args':['allow-ra-in-dev-mode']}
},    

'environments': [
    {browserName: 'chrome'},

],

Then you can write your own iOS test in iOSTest.js

'use strict';

define([
'intern!object',
'intern/chai!assert',
'intern/dojo/node!underscore'],
function(registerSuite,assert,_) {


//set server configurations
registerSuite({
    'name': 'iOS CoApp Testing',

    'setup': function() {
    },

    'teardown': function() {
        // executes after suite ends;
        // can also be called `after` instead of `teardown`
    },

    'beforeEach': function(test) {

    },

    'afterEach': function(test) {
        // executes after each test
    },

    'simple test': function() {

     // it finds text field and insert 124 in it               
          .findByXpath
          ("//UIAApplication[1]/UIAWindow[1]/UIATextField[1]")
          .click()
          .pressKeys('124')
          .end()

    //it finds Button and clicks it              
         .findByXpath
          ("//UIAApplication[1]/UIAWindow[1]/UIAButton[1]")
          .click()
          .end()



        }
    });
});
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