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In case of responsive web application that I'm working for. I use Galen Framework. Galen has their own syntax to define properties of web objects; width, height, position, alignment, text, color and many more. Its simplify and human-readable syntax works for my non-programming co-worker. and it's work well with Selenium GRID and I also use Jenkins to kick it ...


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In my last four years as test automation engineer I developed test automation solutions for web applications and mobile applications. For both application types we always decided to automate functional tests. My opinion is, that no automation tool is good enough to check the GUI well enough. There are so many things you have to check: Colors, position of ...


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Tests that explore the GUI of an application need to simulate the keyboard and mouse to send commands. They also need to read the screen to validate that the correct things are displayed. To me the mechanisms for keyboard and mouse entry and for screen reading are more important than the programming language. However as your application is in C# writing the ...


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The Microsoft stack is surprisingly still very popular, regardless of other cheaper alternatives. TFS is basically the central repository. Call it git and Jenkins rolled into one. It manages version control as well as builds. MTM is just Microsoft's test management tool. This is very useful for linking a manual test that has been created within MTM (its ...


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The prerequisites for starting the object mapping mode are: project is created and opened a connection has been made to the AUT Agent (if this is successful, the "Stop AUT Agent" button on the toolbar will be enabled) an AUT has been configured via the project properties the AUT has been started. Your AUT is successfully started if the AUT can be seen to ...


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I accomplished a similar thing by running the SoapUI tests within the Maven Build http://www.soapui.org/test-automation/maven/maven-2-x.html one of the outputs is "junitReport : Turns on creation of JUnit-reports, (true/false)" which will then let you use any of of the million JUnit graphing tools. Hope that helps in finding your solution


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Sikuli with Robot Framework might be a good fit for you. Sikuli uses image recognition to identify and control GUI components. Sikuli automates anything you see on the screen.


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I'm doing GUI testing automation for native desktop applications and I use pywinauto Python library based on Win32 API. Code looks very pythonic and human readable. But there were some pitfalls: pywinauto supported 32-bit only and it's not frequently updated (latest major update was at 2006). I had to port it to 64-bit, but now it meets all our ...



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