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Test mobile apps with Xamarin Test Cloud using Xamarin.UITest
If you want to test a single app, click the ... button and select the .apk file.
If you want to test multiple apps, specify a match pattern filter. You can use a single-folder wildcard (
To make crash logs easier to read, upload a .dSYM file that is associated with your app. Specify a path relative to the .ipa file. You can use a match pattern filter. For example:
Note: This argument applies only to iOS apps.
|Team API Key||
Your Xamarin Test Cloud Team API key. To get it, go to your Xamarin Test Cloud account, and then to Teams & Apps.
Important: Use a secret variable to avoid exposing this value.
|User Email||Email address of your Xamarin Test Cloud account.|
The devices string generated by Xamarin Test Cloud. To get this string:
Series name for the test run. For example,
|Test Assembly Directory||
Relative path to the folder that contains the test assemblies. For example:
|Parallelization||Select None, By test fixture, or By test method.|
Select your language. If it isn't displayed, select Other and then enter its locale below. For example:
|test-cloud.exe Location||Location of test-cloud.exe. In most cases leave this set to the default value.|
|Optional Arguments||(Optional) Arguments passed to test-cloud.exe. See Submitting UITests at the Command Line.|
|Publish results to VSO/TFS||Select if you want to pass the --nunit-xml option to test-cloud.exe so that results from the NUnit xml file are be published to Team Foundation Server or Visual Studio Team Services.|
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Where can I learn more about file matching patterns?
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