iOS App won’t load? Take a look at the following
If your app is not running properly on Rainforest’s VMs, we strongly recommend that you test it locally to ensure that your application is configured properly for running in a simulator. Try the following code to test that your build loads as expected on a simulator.
# list devices xcrun simctl list Ex: iPhone 7 (BCFE928E-1FFB-446B-A41C-288558412F0D) (Shutdown) # open the simulator open -a /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Applications/Simulator.app/Contents/MacOS/Simulator --args -CurrentDeviceUDID BCFE928E-1FFB-446B-A41C-288558412F0D # install .app` # xcrun simctl install xcrun simctl install BCFE928E-1FFB-446B-A41C-288558412F0D /tmp/Example.app # get bundle ID osascript -e 'id of app "/tmp/Example.app"' # Ex: com.rainforestqa.ExampleApp # launch app #xcrun simctl launch xcrun simctl launch BCFE928E-1FFB-446B-A41C-288558412F0D com.rainforestqa.ExampleApp # terminate app xcrun simctl terminate BCFE928E-1FFB-446B-A41C-288558412F0D com.rainforestqa.ExampleApp # uninstall app xcrun simctl uninstall BCFE928E-1FFB-446B-A41C-288558412F0D com.rainforestqa.ExampleApp # shutdown the simulator xcrun simctl shutdown BCFE928E-1FFB-446B-A41C-288558412F0D
The hosted file URL must be a direct download link. If this is not the case, Rainforest will not be able to install the .apk file.
- Note: If using a Dropbox link, please make sure your it ends in dl=1.
- See Dropbox help for more info.
- Some users have used this workaround for Dropbox
Rainforest will add a trailing slash "/" when creating the test. This will sometimes lead to an error that does not allow the test to direct to the correct URL which will fail the test. This can be avoided by adding a "#" to the end of your app source URL.
Our testers come from various IP address, secure environments will often block testers from reaching your site. Whitelisting Rainforest IP addresses may be required.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] or through Intercom!
Updated 2 months ago