Altom at TechXLR8 London 2019

This was our first year at TechXLR8, London Tech Week’s flagship event and home to 7 of the biggest technology conferences bringing together 15,000 attendees. We got acquainted with fascinating new ideas from other exhibitors, from robots that will run a face recognition, answer some of your questions and dance with you, exclusive innovative ideas… read more

AltUnityTester Version 1.3.0

With a lot of improvements and bug fixes as well as a few new features, AltUnityTester 1.3.0 is now out. For this update, a lot of our focus was spent on fixing a lot of the issues that have been reported by our growing community – thank you to all of you who who got… read more

AltUnityTester Update – C# Editor Tests, More Actions and Java Bindings

Today we just released an update for AltUnityTester (v. 1.2), a Unity3d plugin that enabled UI automation on games and apps developed in Unity. We described the reasoning behind AltUnityTester and our motivation in a longer blog post, here: https://altom.com/altunitytester-unity-using-appium The first version of the plugin relied heavily on Appium for all interaction with elements,… read more

AltUnityTester – Testing Unity games and apps using Appium

AltUnityTester is an open source tool for Unity testing that lets you find and interact with elements from a Unity app/game from your Python Appium scripts. Before going into details about AltUnityTester, I want to tell you a bit about my own context and the struggles I’ve had in mobile games automation.

Dolly: Bad Habits During Testing Activities

This is a really hard question and gives me a lot to think of. Not because I don’t have bad habits, but because it’s really hard to recognize them. Even though I know that there is a lot to learn about testing and a lot of improvement to do on my skills, it’s difficult to figure out what I need to do better while I’m doing my job.

But this is the first step in improving my testing skills. If I manage to recognize what my bad habits are while testing, I will know what to improve next.