Working with Xamarin.UITest
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last updated: 2016-10
The documents in this section discuss various task for writing and running Xamarin.UITests.
Backdoors are methods that can be invoked during a test run to perform some special action to configure or set up testing state on a device. For example, a backdoor may be used to seed a database with some test data so that all of the tests in a given fixture have the same data.
This guide discusses how to categorize your test, allowing you to run a subset of your entire test suite.
Simulate gestures such as taps and swipes in your UITests.
This guide will discuss how to migrate your old UITest solutions to take advantage of the IDE integration provided by Xamarin Studio and Visual Studio.
Discusses how to use the REPL to help create UITests.
This guide explains how to run UITests in the IDE and see the test results
This guide describes how to specify what iOS simulator to run your local UITests on.
This guide will discuss how to use Xamarin Studio or Visual Studio to submit your UiTests to Xamarin Test Cloud.
This guide describes how to submit your UITests to Xamarin Test Cloud at the command line.
This guide will discuss how to run your Calabash tests on devices connected to your computer.
This guide discusses how to enter text into views and how to clear text from views.
This guide will discuss how to use timeouts and waits in UITest.
Describes how to use the UITest APIs to interact with web views in a mobile app.