Welcome to the Perfecto Information Portal's Documentation Space. Here you will be able to find all you need to get started with Perfecto.
- Common IDE plugin installation and using the interface.
- Testing in the Perfecto Lab:
- Manual Testing,
- Native Automation,
- Selenium & Appium,
- UFT Automation,
- Perfecto's REST API
- DigitalZoom Reporting
Interactive (Manual Testing)
Once logged into the Perfecto Lab platform, you can open one or more (most connections can handle 3-4 devices) devices. Interact with the devices from your computer to perform manual testing scenarios. Learn more here.
Perfecto Continuous Quality Lab (CQ Lab) integrates with a wide variety of test automation frameworks, eliminating the problem that organizations face with “lock-in” to a specific automation test framework.
This flexibility enables teams to unify their approach to testing digital experiences across multiple devices and technologies.
Perfecto DevTunnel opens a new era for developers in the mobile development evolution. Now developers will be able to leverage Real devices in the Perfecto Continuous Quality Lab (CQ Lab) while connecting to real hosted devices on the cloud “as if” they were connected locally to their workstation over a USB cable while they can also fully control the device environment in order to perform development and debugging activities.
Test Frameworks Support
Perfecto provides a plugin for Gradle that connects your development IDE to devices in the Perfecto Lab, and supports executing your Unit or UI tests with the instrumentation tools provided by Android or Apple. This includes support for Espresso, Robotium, XCTest, XCUITest. Read more on how to prepare, configure, and use this tool to run your instrumentation tests on real devices in the Perfecto Lab.
Perfecto's DigitalZoom Reporting is a multiple execution digital report, that enables quick navigation within your build executions. Get visibility of your test execution status and quickly identify potential problems with an aggregated report.