Author: Khanh Do

Appium 1.15.0 is a minor release, with support for iOS 13.0. General Add --base-path server argument to set a custom route prefix #13079 Store the image element for retrieval #327 Fix handling of W3C/MJSONWP protocols #331 #336 #337 #348 #351 #353 #355 Fix handling of timezone when getting the device data/time #392 #557 Fix handling of...

Welcome to Ionic Appflow Appflow is a fully integrated mobile DevOps solution, and part of the Ionic Development Platform. Appflow makes it easier to generate native apps, ship real-time updates, streamline build processes, and organize workflows without the hassle. Ionic Appflow has several core concepts that help you through the...

Apple introduced the newest version of its iOS operating system, iOS 13, on June 3 at the keynote event of the 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference. The exact release date for iOS 13 remains unknown. However, Apple will officially release iOS 13 and iPadOS this fall,...

We are really excited to announce that Kobiton supports the W3C WebDriver Protocol. What is the W3C WebDriver Protocol? From W3C's site: Selenium WebDriver protocol defines the ways that browser actions are executed. WebDriver is a remote control interface that enables introspection and control of user agents. It...

Appium 1.13.0 is a minor release. General Appium 1.13 will be the last minor version to use UiAutomator1 as the default Android automation. As of Appium 1.14, the default Android driver will be UiAutomator2. If you don't set the automationName for an Android session a big...

Appium 1.12.0 is a minor release. General Fix wrong coordination in find element by . #306, #307 Added fixImageTemplateScale and defaultImageTemplateScale to arrange image comparison logic. iOS Add eventLoopIdleDelaySec capability. Delays the invocation of -[XCUIApplicationProcess setEventLoopHasIdled:] by the number of seconds specified with this capability. This can help quiescence apps that fail to do so for no obvious reason...


XebiaLabs is an independent software company specializing in DevOps and continuous delivery for large enterprise organizations. XebiaLabs offers the XebiaLabs DevOps Platform, a solution for Application Release Automation.


Kobiton integrates real-device mobile testing into your DevOps process, with support for over 350 mobile devices and the ability to connect to local on-premises devices. The Kobiton integration for XebiaLabs allows you to plan, automate, and optimize mobile device testing as part of your release pipelines. The Kobiton integration for XebiaLabs can:
  • List available devices for automated tests
  • Install applications on a device
  • Executed automated tests using Appium

Configure Kobiton on XebiaLabs

  1. In the XL Release home page, go to Settings > Shared configuration > Kobiton: Server >  step 2
  2. Fill all information to identify Kobiton server
    • Enter the name of your Kobiton Server
    • Enter your Kobiton Username
    • Enter Kobiton API Key
    • Enter the URL of Kobiton API:
    • Enter the URL connect to Executor Server:
    • Click Save button
    • Click Test button to verify the connection with Kobiton server

Appium 1.11.0 is a minor release. iOS Fix issues with MJPEG video streaming #134 Xcode 10.2 device list support appium/node-simctl#77 Android Add chromedriverDisableBuildCheck capability which sets the --disable-build-check flag on Chromedriver #474 Add skipDeviceInitialization capability which speeds up session startup for cases where Appium doesn't need to wait for the device, push a settings app, or...