Leading .NET test automation platform makes web and mobile testing fast and easy for everyone
“Businesses today are more virtual than ever before,” said
Responsive Web UI Testing
The competitive demands for high quality user experiences across web and mobile apps puts pressure on development teams to have a better solution for testing and ensuring the quality of the user interface (UI). A tester cannot control the screen resolution of their end users, leading to multiple complex test scenarios that need to be constantly managed as new devices are introduced. In addition, a slow or unresponsive mobile website results in poor SEO performance and significant penalties to a company’s overall ranking across devices. Many mobile testing environments are very large and complex and can require complicated configurations as well as technical expertise to be able to run effectively.
In addition to previously available capabilities,
- Easily cover responsive testing compatibility scenarios
- Run web tests on Chrome and Edge within various pre-defined and custom resolutions
- Test how an app is behaving when the browser is scaling down to a different resolution
- Record and execute tests to verify your application's behavior under different form factors and browser window sizes
The new responsive testing features in
Microsoft Blazor Test Automation
Progress continues to demonstrate its leadership in the .NET space by delivering test automation for Microsoft Blazor web applications and components. Any Blazor web application can be tested with
Optical Character Recognition
It is challenging to automate scenarios where complex visual elements are integrated within the conventional DOM-based element find logic, regardless of the tool or framework. The interaction is time-consuming, requires advanced automation and skills and can often lead to broken test scripts.
The new OCR features in
- Verify all or part of an image through visual comparison
- Verify visual elements across all portions of the screen by not relying on x, y coordinate-based image testing
- Extract text from a complex image containing both dynamic and static data
- Extract text from an image and assign it to a variable including validating data against the data source and using the captured string to populate input fields
Test Studio provides multi-sense image and property-based element detection, a centralized object repository and an executive dashboard to monitor quality. Configurable remote execution can now adapt to any deployment environment and its intuitive codeless record and playback features provide easy and quick test creation with cross-browser support. It also enables easy conversion of web testing for load and performance.
At the forefront of web UI development and test automation, Test Studio delivers easy-to-use automated testing, regardless of level of QA or engineering expertise. The latest release of Test Studio is available today. For more information, click here or attend the R2 2020 Test Studio Release webinar, taking place
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