Common Uses for the Command-Line Client

  • CloudTest provides numerous options for automated build integration; including using SCommand with its accompanying Ant Task, using the Jenkins Plugin in tandem with SCommand and the Jenkins CI tool, by using the Bamboo CI tool, or even by using Make. If you already are a user of Jenkins/Hudson, or are a Bamboo user, refer to any of the following documents for extensive coverage:
    • TouchTest Jenkins CI for iOS Tutorial – This tutorial presents the necessary procedures for incorporating TouchTest using Xcode into continuous integration environments that utilize Jenkins/Hudson with iOS.
    • TouchTest Web for Android Tutorial – This tutorial presents the necessary procedures for incorporating TouchTest using Eclipse into continuous integration environments that utilize Jenkins/Hudso with Android.
    • TouchTest Appcelerator Jenkins CI Tutorial - This tutorial presents the necessary procedures for incorporating TouchTest using Titanium Studio into continuous integration environments that utilize Jenkins/Hudson.
    • TouchTest Bamboo CI for iOS Tutorial – This tutorial presents the necessary procedures for incorporating TouchTest using Xcode into continuous integration environments that utilize Bamboo CI with iOS.
  • Most Scheduling applications can execute Operating System commands, scripts, or batch files. Therefore, if a copy of scommand is accessible to your Scheduling application you should be able to schedule any of the operations that scommand provides.