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|Appium Version||The version of Appium that you want to run your tests with.||string|
Default Appium Version
If you don’t select an Appium Version for your test in the Platform Configurator, this capability will automatically default to the latest version of Appium that is compatible with your selected OS. If you prefer to use a different version of Appium for your test, enter the version number you want as the value for the
|The mobile web browser that will be automated in the simulator, emulator or device.||string|
Empty String for Mobile Native and Hybrid Apps
If you're testing a mobile native or web application, the value for this capability should be an empty string.
|The name of the simulator, emulator, or device you want to use in the test.||string|
Generic Android Emulator
For an Android emulator test you can request a generic Android emulator by using the option
Emulator Skins and Configurations
Each Android emulator skin will have a different configuration depending on the phone or tablet that it emulates. For example, all the skins have different resolutions, screen dimensions, pixel densities, memory, etc. You can use the Platform Configurator to get a list of the available Android emulator skins for the various Android emulator versions.
|The mobile operating system version that you want to use in your test.||string|
|The mobile operating system platform you want to use in your test.||string|
|The path to a ||string|
Required for Mobile Native and Hybrid Apps Only
This capability is required only for testing mobile native or web applications.