So within this course we reviewed the different native frameworks for mobile test automation. So we have Espresso for Android applications and devices as well as XCUI test for iOS application and devices. We did a bit of a compare and contrast on these two as well as compared to Appium to kind of gauge what might be the best solution when looking to adopt mobile test automation for you and your team.

If you do, are looking to move forward with the native frameworks. We also reviewed the different ways of executing your frameworks, native frameworks on real devices using Kobiton. So one way is that non-direct connected way making use of a second script handoff route as well as having a direct connection right from your IDE to a remote device using Kobiton's feature virtual USB. So both ways and how you can run your native frameworks.

Both have pros and cons to each to each route. So really again is choosing what best fits for you and your team. We also briefly touched on a CI/CD pipeline integration and what that might look like. So at Kobiton, we do integrate with a good bit of CI/CD tools. Bitrise, for example.

So as you are looking to build out your test automation projects, you can integrate with a CI/CD tool and be able to one push your application, maybe a new build version to Coubertin's application repo as well as schedule events to kick off your automation also all from a CI/CD pipeline perspective. Thank you all so much for your time in reviewing this course. I hope you find it very beneficial in your endeavors of adopting mobile test automation. Thank you. 

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