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Appium Online Training & Certification Course

Modern Analyst Webinar

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Thursday, May 6, 2021 @ 08:00
(PST Pacific Standard Time GMT-8:00)


Mindmajix Appium training is meant for individuals who need to acquire hands-on experience on all the basics of mobile test automation. The course illustrates easy methods to automate native and hybrid apps in IOS/Android utilizing the Appium tool, develop a Mobile Automation framework, Appium integration with Maven project, and far more associated concepts to excel in this area. This online training can be useful for individuals getting ready for the Appium Certification Exam.


30 Hrs Instructor-Led Training
Certification & Job Assistance
20 hrs of Lab Sessions
Pay in 2 Installments
Flexible Schedule
24 x 7 Lifetime Support

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USA : +1 917 456 8403
INDIA : +91 905 240 3388
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Starts 5/6/2021 @ 08:00
(PST Pacific Standard Time GMT-8:00)
Ends 5/21/2021 @ 19:00
(PST Pacific Standard Time GMT-8:00)

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