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avito-tech/Emcee v11.0.0
Emcee is a tool that runs Android and iOS tests in parallel using multiple simulators and emulators across many servers
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🕓 35 weeks ago
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Welcome to Emcee project, an ultimate solution for running Android and iOS tests in parallel across many servers, let it be bare metal or containerised.

Emcee allows you to run unit, integration and UI tests in smaller chunks, distributing the load and getting the results of the test run faster. Shared queue manages the order of test execution. Emcee workers execute tests and maintain lifecycle of their simulators/emulators automatically. Emcee can generate various test reports like Junit, Allure, XCResult. Trace reports will help you to see how the test run behaves on different machines.

Features

  • Rich test plans using simple JSON file format

  • Automatic simulator/emulator lifecycle management

  • Per-test timeouts, simulator settings, environment variables

  • Single test queue to run tests from multiple parallel pull requests

  • Prioritized jobs and job groups for different kinds of test runs

  • Load balancing of worker machines to achieve optimal parallelization performance

  • On-the-go maintenance of the workers

  • Integration into existing test management systems via plugins

  • Easy to use command line interface

  • Rich test discovery mechanism

  • Advanced analytic events and logs sent by workers and queue

Emcee setup

In the process of getting Emcee deployed and functional, you will encounter the following terms.

  • queue - An Emcee queue accepts testing requests from clients, split tests into buckets for distributed execution, controls load and which tasks get placed on which workers. Queue is also in charge of detecting stuck buckets and recovering in case of failures.
  • worker - An Emcee worker is responsible for running the tests assigned to it. It also registers itself with the queue and watches for any work to be assigned.
  • client - A client acts as an interface (cli or gradle plugin) to the queue with ability to poll tests run status.

Testing workflow

A typical testing workflow involves several steps and begins outside of Emcee.

Workflow

The prerequisite for any tests running on Emcee is having an input artifacts. Emcee supports diffrent input types: xctest, target and runner application bundles, xctestrun (derivative from test plan) for iOS and application, testApplication apk for Android. Emcee does not create these test inputs. Normally you employ CI tools like GitHub Actions, CircleCI to build a project and then upload build artifacts to a storage accessible by Emcee workers. Or local build can be used to create such aritifacts and Emcee client will serve them when it schedules a test run.

Get started with local building and testing iOS apps on Emcee with our sample projects. Deploy Emcee queue and workers to run your Android tests using our guide.

Advanced Emcee configuration

Complete documentation is available in our Wiki.

runTests command allows you to get Emcee up and running quickly; however, it doesn't allow for a lot of configuration. On the other hand, runTestsOnRemoteQueue command allows for fine-grained control of how your tests execute. To get started with runTestsOnRemoteQueue check out the Queue Server Configuration and Test Arg File wiki pages.

Publications

Getting Around the Code

Emcee uses Swift Package Manager for building, testing and exposing the Swift packages.

To start exploring code open Package.swift or execute make open to generate and open Xcode project.

Contributing

We are happy to accept your pull requests. If something does not work for you, please let us know by submitting an issue. Read the docs and suggest improvements to them as well!

General commands that help you with a development workflow:

  • To open a package in Xcode: make open
  • To generate Package.swift: make package
  • To build the binary into .build/debug/Emcee: make build
  • To run unit tests: make test

Package.swift file is generated automatically. You must update it before submitting a pull request (run make package). CI checks will fail if you forget to do so.

GitHub

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Last commit: Yesterday
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Release Notes

20.2.0
Yesterday

What's Changed

Crossplatform

  • Meet test history service! It tracks test results and time consumption for individual tests and allows other services to use this information to optimally schedule new test run. See more in doc (iOS, Android)
  • There is a new timeWeighted test splitter that works hand in hand with test history service and provides the shortest possible time for entire test run. See more in doc (iOS, Android)

iOS

  • Minimal supported target is macOS 12.0
  • Get chrome tracing for the entire test run by using --trace option. See more in emceeFree runTests --help

Android

  • Added readable Artifactory uploading error description
  • Fixed possible crash in clients because of redundant internal checks
  • Fixed possible zero test time bug
  • Added check for desired sdk version before test run start
  • Added fix for endless CLI process after test run
  • Updated internal emulators version to 33.0.2. Other internal tools were also updated
  • Added timeout for emulator boot complete
  • Fixed wrong test result when test ended instantly

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