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I presented to the Portland Selenium Users group about creating maintainable, reliable and self documenting UI automation and I think there's a lot in there that would be relevant regardless of whether you're using Selenium or not. The presentation slide deck http://files.meetup.com/2891252/Selenium%20Beyond%20the%20Page%20Object%20Pattern.pptx and more ...


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While I'm not certain if these mechanisms will specifically work with the Telerik controls (I know it works with jQuery), there are a couple of ways to do this. You can use IRenderedWebElement.DragAndDropOn(), but this method is deprecated. The newer way, which isn't available in a released binary form yet, but is checked into the source tree and will be ...


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I generally focus on three principles for maintainable automated tests: Hide incidental details Name every important idea Eliminate duplication Here is a paper where I describe these principles in more detail and apply them to a difficult-to-change test: http://dhemery.com/pdf/writing_maintainable_automated_acceptance_tests.pdf The paper uses one ...


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I'm currently building tests using the UI Automation tool found in Instruments. You can do both things that you are looking for. You can record tests and it allows you print the element tree and the names of those elements in the application. The tests are written in javascript and you can use the editor of your choice. When recording a test, the code will ...


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As Far As I Know and I use QTP 11 only. HP still don't provide proper support with WPF Controls. In some Cases I've seen people contacting HP and then getting some specific patch, I have not done it so can't comment on that. What I read and used and understood... If it is WPF and there is a QTP as a tool for automation, be ready to say NO or be ready for ...


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I am running different test tools to check witch one is the best for me. So far i testet, Monkey Talk, KIF, Calabash and UI Automation from Apple. The easiest and best tool so far is the UIAutomation, it es very easy to use, has every thing i need so far. The only thing i miss is cross platform support. MonkeyTalk seems to be the closest to Automation but it ...


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After a bit of searching, it does not look like there is any QTP support for those controls. You can however develop your own extensibility plugins to work with them. Check out QTP's help files for more info on how to do this.



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