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Is it possible to trigger tests in Amazon Device Farm from local machine?

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On reviewing the Device Farm, I understood we need to upload the apk file and test suite to AWS Farm and then the tests will be triggered in the devices from the device pool. Instead of manually uploading the test files and apks to farm, is there an option were the user can just trigger the tests from his local. And it will start running in AWS farm and after execution the results will be shared to user?

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Hi, I work for the Device Farm team. Device Farm can be used to trigger tests from your local machine using AWS CLI or AWS SDK. An example using the the AWS SDK for Python can be found here https://docs.aws.amazon.com/devicefarm/latest/developerguide/api-ref.html

An example using the AWS CLI can be found here in a 2 part blog series which can be compressed in a simple shell/bash script : https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/mobile/get-started-with-the-aws-device-farm-cli-and-calabash-part-1-creating-a-device-farm-run-for-android-calabash-test-scripts/

Hope this helps.

answered 5 months ago

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