AppVeyor CI is a very popular continuous integration and deployment platform based on .NET applications. It can also be easily integrated with GitHub and BitBucket projects for CI/CD. It makes testing, deployment, and monitoring builds very easy for developers. It is free for open-source projects.
LambdaTest now integrates with AppVeyor CI to boost your go-to-market delivery. You can perform automated cross-browser testing with LambdaTest to ensure seamless code render through an online Selenium grid. LambdaTest provides 2000+ real browsers running through machines, on the cloud. You can perform automation testing in parallel with LambdaTest’s Selenium grid, which can help you trim down your test cycles drastically.
To perform your tests with LambdaTest, you would need the below things to be already set up:
For demo purposes, we have used this Github repository.
To get your Username and Access Key, go to your LambdaTest automation dashboard and click on the “key” icon left to the help button, on the top right corner.
Update your username and access key in the “Config.properties” file.
Here are the steps to activate and integrate your Github repository with AppVeyor CI on LambdaTest:
Login to your AppVeyor CI platform and click on New Project to enable CI/CD on your selected repository. For demo purposes, we have used the GitHub repository mentioned in the pre-requisites above.
Once your repository is added, go to the Settings -> Build, and select the trigger choice for build purpose. For this demo, we have used Script trigger and passed the below code in command line (Cmd). Save the build settings when done.
Congratulations!! Now you have successfully activated your repository for CI/CD on the AppVeyor platform.
Below is the step-by-step execution of the AppVeyor CI pipeline.
Make sure to add your LambdaTest’s hub URL and Desired Capabilities in your test setup, as done in the AppveyorCI/src/main/java/stepDefinitions/ToDoStepDefinition.java file of the mentioned GitHub repository.
Once the edit is complete, click on “Commit Changes” to save and commit the changes made. AppVeyor CI is activated as soon as this step is done since we have used “push event” for triggering the AppVeyor CI.
As soon as the AppVeyor CI is triggered (through push event in this case), a new build can be seen in the “Timeline” on your LambdaTest’s automation dashboard. The current status of this build will be “running” or “executing”.
Deploy your code in a reliable manner at scale using AppVeyor CI integration with LambdaTest, and ensure it looks robust across every browser to provide a seamless user experience to all your visitors. If you have any doubt, please feel free to reach out to us via 24/7 chat support or by mailing to us on email@example.com. Happy testing! ?