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  • Monkey runner also have red bar assert .

    sandeep said:

    Neha here is the difference:

    Monkey Runner Monkey Robotium
    Advs Advs Advs
    Automates android application child proofs our app JUnit based -red bar/ green bar -Asserts
    Can run in the simulator or the device looks for crashes can run in the simulator or the device
    identifies unresponsiveness command-line automation
    integrates with cucumber
    Dis Advs Dis Advs Dis Advs
    difficult to write scripts not sure the real value little documentation
    no red bar/green bar not approachable by traditional testers
    no verification (other than screenshots)
    very little documentation



    Neha Jain said:

    What are the other differences between Monkey runner and Robotium..??

  • Welcome Karan..But say thanks to sandeep for the detailed differences between robotium and monkey and monkey runner.

    karan singh said:

    Thanks Neha Jain for this very informative detail. I learn a new thing here.

    Thank you so much...

  • Thanks Neha Jain for this very informative detail. I learn a new thing here.

    Thank you so much...

  • Both requires writing script. This is tedious task.  Requirements changes are obvious in our projects . 

    Where to put the effort ? In editing this tool scripts ?or  in  Manual testing or  in Test case updating ??? :)

  • Thanks sandeep

    sandeep said:

    Neha here is the difference:

    Monkey Runner Monkey Robotium
    Advs Advs Advs
    Automates android application child proofs our app JUnit based -red bar/ green bar -Asserts
    Can run in the simulator or the device looks for crashes can run in the simulator or the device
    identifies unresponsiveness command-line automation
    integrates with cucumber
    Dis Advs Dis Advs Dis Advs
    difficult to write scripts not sure the real value little documentation
    no red bar/green bar not approachable by traditional testers
    no verification (other than screenshots)
    very little documentation



    Neha Jain said:

    What are the other differences between Monkey runner and Robotium..??

  • Neha here is the difference:

    Monkey Runner Monkey Robotium
    Advs Advs Advs
    Automates android application child proofs our app JUnit based -red bar/ green bar -Asserts
    Can run in the simulator or the device looks for crashes can run in the simulator or the device
    identifies unresponsiveness command-line automation
    integrates with cucumber
    Dis Advs Dis Advs Dis Advs
    difficult to write scripts not sure the real value little documentation
    no red bar/green bar not approachable by traditional testers
    no verification (other than screenshots)
    very little documentation



    Neha Jain said:

    What are the other differences between Monkey runner and Robotium..??

  • What are the other differences between Monkey runner and Robotium..??

  • Thanks Karthik,

    This solves my issue.

    Sandeep.M

    karthik venkat said:

    Hello Sandeep,

    Robotium is better compared to Monkey runner, cos Monkey runner needs objects based on location(x,y co-ordinates which may change as the application evolves) whereas Robotium  uses attributes of the object such as Text, index, image etc.

    So it is always better to go for Robotium.

  • Hello Sandeep,

    Robotium is better compared to Monkey runner, cos Monkey runner needs objects based on location(x,y co-ordinates which may change as the application evolves) whereas Robotium  uses attributes of the object such as Text, index, image etc.

    So it is always better to go for Robotium.

  • In our project we planning to implement one,

    so i thought Our MQZ will help to find me best Divya.

    Divya said:

    Have you used both ?

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