The following resources provide Android and iOS users the essentials for getting started with TouchTest.
TouchTest for Android
Prerequisites: These prerequisites include Android device configuration requirements and build requirements. The preferred method for deploying TouchTest is Gradle because it simplifies integrating TouchTest and bypasses the MakeAppTouchTestable (MATT) sections listed below. The prerequisites also mention downloading TouchTest Agent, but that occurs after downloading MATT or integrating the Gradle Plugin.
Using the TouchTest Gradle Plugin: The Gradle Plugin helps you get integrated with Android apps. There is no need for separate downloads as Gradle will download the necessary JAR files.
Note: For iOS, Objective C and Swift are compatible with TouchTest and no special actions must be taken.
Prerequisites: These prerequisites include downloading and using the MakeAppTouchTestable (MATT) Utility. The prerequisites also mention downloading TouchTest Agent, but that occurs after downloading the MATT Utility.
Obtain MakeAppTouchTestable Utility: Click for general details on downloading the MATT Utility from the Resources page of your CloudTest instance. If you want an example using a sample project, check out Initial Project Setup below.
Initial Project Setup: Not unlike the Obtain MATT Utility instructions, these steps detail how to download the MATT utility, except they make use of a Stockfish sample project.
The following resources provide Android and iOS users the essentials for getting started with TouchTest. For more details on playing back a recording, creating a composition, clip editing, or errors, please visit the following tutorials: