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You can export recorded Selenium scripts to different programming languages. This means you can add all kind of logic during runtime (in your programming language of choice). You could get the browser version and do different actions depending on what version is returned, see: ...
We used AscentialTest from Zeenyx Software to test an SAP windows based POS system. It is also used by other groups to test Fujitsu's Global POS and IBM's new Chrome based POS system.
Coded UI tests, part of Microsoft Visual Studio, can test applications and also web pages. So depending on exactly how the web page is embedded within the application Coded UI may be suitable. The Supported Configurations page shows which application implementation technologies and which browsers are supported by Coded UI. One of the challenges of Coded UI ...
Generally speaking, you won't use Eclipse directly for a task like this. If you are writing automated tests using a tool like Appium or Selenium, you will likely want to open the app under test in a mainstream browser such as Chrome or Firefox. Firefox seems to be the more popular choice for development/testing, so I'd recommend that. If you are testing a ...
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