|tagger||Ang Li <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Jan 14 17:16:58 2020 -0800|
Mobly Release 1.10
|author||Ang Li <email@example.com>||Tue Jan 14 17:16:03 2020 -0800|
|committer||GitHub <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Jan 14 17:16:03 2020 -0800|
Mobly Release 1.10. (#664)
Mobly is a Python-based test framework that specializes in supporting test cases that require multiple devices, complex environments, or custom hardware setups.
Here are some example use cases:
Mobly can support many different types of devices and equipment, and it's easy to plug your own device or custom equipment/service into Mobly.
Mobly comes with a set of libs to control common devices like Android devices.
While developed by Googlers, Mobly is not an official Google product.
Mobly is compatible with both python 3.4+ and python 2.7.
NOTE: As part of the bigger communitiy initiative, we are planning to drop Python 2.7 support in 2020. Mobly 1.10 is likely the last major release to support Python 2.7.
Mobly tests could run on the following platforms:
If you use Python3, use
python3 (or python3.x) accordingly.
You can install the released package from pip
pip install mobly
or download the source then run
setup.py to use the bleeding edge:
git clone https://github.com/google/mobly.git cd mobly python setup.py install
You may need
sudo for the above commands if your system has certain permission restrictions.
Mobly 101 - Simple test examples to get you started with Mobly.
Mobly Instrumentation Runner Tutorial - How to use Mobly's Android instrumentation test runner to run Android instrumentation tests.
Mobly AndroidDevice Service - Create custom service to attach to Mobly's
The Mobly Snippet projects let users better control Android devices.