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Please review my article: Performance Testing of Desktop Applications. Also, check full description of the solution in pdf
(I find it very strange that other answers are all about security. I could not find any indication from the OP about a security requirement) Try googling "Test Network Stack", at the time of writing it found these: https://code.google.com/p/packetdrill/ - no source code changes since 1st May 2014 https://cwrap.org/ - likely no ethernet support, only for ...
Currently I am working on a project using the commercial Coded UI of Microsoft. You can try the record and playback in a trail version of Visual studio enterprise. (We are not using the recording tool, but handcoding tests with the page objects pattern, personally I do not like record&playback tools, but for testing that it works it might be good.) ...
I've used AutoIT a lot - TestComplete is great too. Quick test Pro is excellent (and pricey) and hooks up to HP QC (as stated elsewhere) - that's a real forward-facing investment which will pay dividends in the future. I've used AutoIT to create small tools to automate UIs on legacy logging tools which didn't implement an automation interface of their own: ...
If you company works with the HP QC/ALM then QTP is a good tool to automate as its also from HP to work together with QC/ALM. (But it has to be licened)
For the free tools you can use AutoIt or Winium. And if you want to go for commercial tool then TestComplete is a good tool in that league.
Maybe you can use CoverAlls from CoverAlls.io
I have always loved using Scooter Software - Beyond Compare (limited to 2 links) to visually compare between folder, files etc. Group of them or single. This should help with an easy to use Visual Compare. Daniel has created a great BC File Extension Forum Link | How To on GitHub. It uses simple export with command line to do compare SQLite DB. I ...
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