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Software Testing Automation using Appium

@inproceedings{Shah2014SoftwareTA,
  title={Software Testing Automation using Appium},
  author={Gaurang Shah and Prayag Shah and Rishikesh Chetan Muchhala},
  year={2014}
}
Software testing is an important, costly and one of the most tedious processes in software development life cycle. Automation of software testing is a boon for companies who develop applications on a large scale. This paper is produced so as to put some light on the latest automated software testing technologies and mainly talks about a testing tool called Appium. The main aim of automating the software testing process is to produce a high quality, optimized and a complete software and deliver… 

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