AWS Mobile Blog

Get started with the AWS Device Farm CLI and Calabash Part 1: Creating a Device Farm Run for Android Calabash Test Scripts

AWS Device Farm is an app testing service that enables you to test your native, hybrid, and web apps on real Android and iOS devices that are hosted in the AWS Cloud. A test report containing high-level results, low-level logs, pixel-to-pixel screenshots, and performance data is updated as tests are completed. Device Farm allows you […]

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Build Cross-Platform Mobile Games with the AWS Mobile SDK for Unity

There are many reasons for the unprecedented success of mobile games and apps. The convenience and power of phones and tablets have improved at breakneck speed, and advances in cellular networking have dramatically increased the networking capabilities of these ubiquitous devices. With its powerful tools for graphics, physics, multiplatform support, and more, Unity does a […]

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Videos are now available for Mobile and IoT sessions!

For those of you who were able to attend AWS re:Invent 2015 or watched our live stream, thanks for participating in the conference. We hope you enjoyed the sessions and conversions. If you missed a session in your schedule, don’t fret! We have added a large portion of re:Invent content to YouTube, and you can find videos […]

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Getting started with Android testing on AWS Device Farm using Espresso – Part 3: Uploading your Android application to AWS Device Farm

AWS Device Farm is a service that allows you to test your Android, Fire OS, and iOS apps on real devices (not emulators or simulators) in the AWS Cloud. You can upload your apps to the cloud and run Fuzz tests to simulate random activity or leverage the built-in app explorer, which crawls your app and captures screenshots […]

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Getting started with Android testing on AWS Device Farm using Espresso – Part 2: Setting up Espresso and taking screenshots

AWS Device Farm is a service that allows you to test your Android, Fire OS, and iOS apps on real devices (not emulators or simulators) in the AWS Cloud. You can upload your apps to the cloud and run Fuzz tests to simulate random activity or leverage the built-in app explorer, which crawls your app and captures screenshots […]

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Test user flows through your Android app with AWS Device Farm’s built-in app explorer. No scripts required.

Starting today, you can view details about how your Android app performs on real devices in the AWS Cloud without writing your own test scripts. AWS Device Farm’s new Built-in: Explorer test deploys an app explorer that crawls your application, analyzes each view it encounters, and interacts with each view’s controls as an end user […]

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Preparing Your Apps for iOS 9

The release of iOS 9 includes changes that could impact how your apps interact with some AWS services. If you compile your apps with Apple’s iOS 9 SDK (or Xcode 7), Apple’s new App Transport Security (ATS) feature may affect your apps’ ability to connect to certain AWS service endpoints. In order to ensure your […]

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Amazon S3 Transfer Utility for iOS

As a result of recent updates to the AWS Mobile SDK for iOS, please refer to the AWS Mobile SDK for iOS Developer Guide for the latest guidance on how to upload and download files from Amazon S3 on iOS.  Refer to the iOS Sample Repository for code samples. Amazon S3 Transfer Manager for iOS […]

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