How to Test Secured iOS Apps on Lambdatest, Mobile DevSecOps Best Practices
Use Appdome’s Build-to-Test service (recommended) Customers with an Appdome SRM license can use Appdome’s Build-to-Test service to quickly and easily test their Appdome-secured mobile apps by using Lambdatest, without the need for different Fusion Sets. With Appdome’s Build-to-Test service, Appdome’s in-app defense model recognizes the unique signature of these testing services and allows for easy testing without issuing a security alert or forcing the app to exit, even if these services use tools such as Magisk or Frida. For details, see How to Use Appdome Mobile App Automation Testing.
General Information about Testing in iOS Apps
Lambdatest allows testing apps by using its App Live and App Automate features, which can both be used for testing Appdome secured mobile apps.
|Prevent App Screen Sharing||
allows live view of the device screen while the test is running
signs the app as debuggable upon installation
Real Device (Live) App testing – iOS
- Log in to your Lambdatest account. Alternatively, if you do not yet have an account, Create an account.
- On the menu on the right bar, click Real Device > App Testing.
You will now see a list of previously uploaded iOS and Android apps.
- Select iOS platform on the left side of the screen.
Select your app to test from the apps list.If you have not previously uploaded your app, you can do it now by clicking on UPLOAD to upload the app directly from your computer, or URL to obtain the app from somewhere else.
Select a test device of your choice by selecting its brand, device name and OS version from the list on the right.
- Click Start to start testing.
The app will be automatically installed on the selected device and then launched. The app’s device control buttons are displayed on the left.
- Click the app on the screen to use it.
- When done, click End Session (red button on the left side of the screen).
Real Device App Automation Testing on iOS
|Lambdatest-Specific Appium Capability||Reason|
|networkLog||Lambdatest signs the app as debuggable upon installation.|
|networkLog||Lambdatest uses a MiTM proxy|
For additional measures to take during app build on Appdome, see section General Information about Testing in iOS Apps above.
- Most automation test tools can typically be used in one of two modes: emulator mode and real device mode (specific terms may vary according to the testing tool). If you use the automation test tool in “emulator mode” instead of “real device mode”, the Appdome-secured application will not run on the device. This is expected because Appdome ONEShield protects apps from running on emulators/simulators. Instead, you should run the automation test tool in real device
- How to Use Appdome’s Build-to-Test Service
- How to Test Secured Android Apps on Lambdatest
- Test Appdome-secured Android Apps by Using SauceLabs
- Testing Secured iOS Apps by Using SauceLabs
- How to Test Appdome-secured iOS Apps on Browserstack
- How to Test Secured Android Apps on Browserstack
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