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Re: Google Gives iOS Devs Open Source EarlGrey Testing Tool
Posted by: Jack M. Germain 2016-02-22 20:56:19
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Google last week introduced EarlGrey, a functional user interface testing framework for Apple iOS apps. YouTube, Google Calendar, Google Photos, Google Translate and Google Play Music have successfully adopted the framework, the company said. EarlGrey has been open sourced under the Apache license, according to Google's Siddartha Janga. The company has provided app developers with a start guide and the ability to add EarlGrey to their projects using CocoaPods or to add it manually to Xcode project files.


Re: Google Gives iOS Devs Open Source EarlGrey Testing Tool
Posted by: maurelda 2016-03-06 19:00:25 In reply to: Jack M. Germain
Although I am new to the mobile app development world, I think this is a very smart move on Google's part. It makes good business sense and will be a win-win for both Google and iOS developers. Ultimately, the end user will benefit. I prefer the Android platform as an end-user but see the wisdom in Google going open-source for iOS.
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