Create an intaQt Project¶
To execute an Apptest, you first need to run the following products:
intaQt -- with adm
The easiest way to do this is to open a Command Line/Terminal session and navigate to the QiTASC directory.
Enter the following: Windows Users
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qitasc start adm qitasc start intaqt -a qitasc start intaqt-studio
Linux and Mac OS Users
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./qitasc start adm ./qitasc start intaqt -a ./qitasc start intaqt-studio
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start intaqt must be added so that the phones communicate properly with adm.
Run intaQt Studio¶
After launching the three products, intaQt Studio will start. First, select
Create New Project.
The following view will appear. Select
Next, name your project
FirstAppTest and click
An empty intaQt Studio will appear - a
Connected icon should be visible in the bottom right corner:
Create Resources Directory¶
Create a directory to store your APK file in. Although this is not necessary, we recommend this type of structure to help keep your Apptest projects organized.
First, right-click on the project name
FirstAppTest on the left side of the window. Select
Directory. Name the new directory
resources. Then, create a subdirectory by right-clicking on the
resources folder ->
Directory. Name this one
Add APKs to the Resources Directory¶
Drag and drop the Selendroid Test App apk into the newly-created
apks folder in intaQt Studio:
Now that you have created a new intaQt project and imported your app's APK file, we'll move on to using Appium Desktop to get the UI elements you need to test.