What is Oxygen?
Oxygen is an open source framework and tool-set built on top of Appium, WebdriverIO, and Selenium that significantly simplifies writing and running web automation tests. It implements many commonly recurring patterns out-of-the-box and hides complexities of the above backends behind a concise API.
Oxygen comes in two flavors:
- Oxygen IDE - Integrated development environment for recording, developing, and running tests.
- Oxygen CLI - Console application for running tests and generating reports.
Both applications support test execution on the following platforms:
- Android - Native, Hybrid, and Web
- iOS - Native, Hybrid, and Web
- Windows - Chrome, Internet Explorer
- Linux - Chrome
- OS X - Chrome
// Login into a web site (desktop web application). web.open('http://example.org'); web.click('link=login'); web.type('id=username', 'USERNAME'); web.type('id=password', 'PASSWORD'); web.assertTitle('TITLE'); // Get value from a data base and validate that it matches the one we see on the screen. var userEmailDb = db.query("SELECT email FROM users WHERE username = 'username';"); var userEmailEl = web.getText("id=userEmail"); assert.equal(userEmailEl, userEmailDb); // Launch native application running on a mobile device, click a button, validate that user is logged in. web.init(capabilities); web.click('//*[@id="profile"]'); web.assertText('id=user_email', userEmailDb);
Here is a brief summary of Oxygen Framework features:
- Concise automation API with built-in support for databases, web services, email services, ...
- Intuitive IDE tailored specifically for writing automation scripts.
- Cross-browser test recording.
- Built-in parameterization for Data Driven Testing.
- Object Repository allowing to write easily maintainable tests.
- Console application for integration with Continuous Integration systems.
- Support for desktop web and mobile native, hybrid, and web applications.