iOS App Automation Test with Frank, OCLint and Jenkins

What is Frank? You can read at here.

How to start testing with frank?

  1. Get the code for your app

Clone your app from repository.

  1. Frankify your app

Open terminal and go into the project’s root directory, then follow this step;

  • Install “frank-cucumber” if you haven’t already by running. “$ sudo gem install frank-cucumber”.
  • run “$ frank setup” to create a Frank subdirectory which contains everything necessary to Frankify your app.
  • run “$ frank build” to create a Frankified version of your app.
  • run “$ frank launch” to launch the Frankified app in the simulator.
  • check that you are indeed running a Frankified version of the app by running frank inspect. This will open up Symbiote in your web browser.
  1. Symbiote

Open your web browser, then go to http://localhost:37265 as default address of Symbiote.

  1. Running first cucumber test

Run in your terminal “$ cucumber Frank/”
5. Writing own cucumber test

Write your own feature file test like on “Frank/features/” directory at “*.feature” file.

If you have custom step, you can create custom step definition in a file. Create your step definition file called “Frank/features/step_definitions/navigation_steps.rb”.
6. Don’t forget for refactor

Code QA with OCLint

What is OCLint? Please read this OCLint

  1. Overview
  2. Download
  3. Building
  4. Installation

Using OCLint with Jenkins

Using OCLint with Jenkins

Note: If your shell command is not found, please use absolute dir for your shell command.

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