Wednesday, December 16, 2009

FoneMonkey: The Movie

In this video, recently smuggled from Gorilla Logic labs deep beneath the surface of the Earth, we see the revolutionary new open source, iPhone application testing tool FoneMonkey recording and playing back interactions with an application that was cobbled together from Apple's UICatalog and GLPaint sample applications (which together are comprised of most of the iPhone SDK UI Components).

The video demonstrates FoneMonkey recording and playing back various actions including button touches, table scrolling and selection, switches, sliders, text entry, tab selection, finger dragging (in this case, painting), and even phone shaking (which is the gesture that causes GLPaint to erase the current painting).

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As you can see, the monkey can really dance. I hope to post the library binary and installation instructions within the next few days.

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