Record/replay might be valuable to record all steps necessary to make a bug reproducible. But what if running recorded sequence the next day you need to enter next day's date, and your page has no "today", but concrete date was entered? All your pre-recorded steps are useless now.
And for regression testing, you want to use PageObject design pattern, so ...
Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) has two recording options. Exploratory testing in MTM allows testers to record everything they do, they can add commentary and screenshots etc throughout the test session. During an exploratory test session the recording can easily be converted into a fault report (it can be as simple as click one button, enter a title, click ...
Does not fit all the criteria you mention, but I like qTrace, although it does not help you keep track of test cases you can record your actions while you are going through the test cases and then automatically generate a bug report. The program not only records the steps, it also takes screenshots of every step and adds icons that indicate what was done on ...
There are a few different solutions off the top of my head. There are several proxies that others have already mentioned that have APIs that can be made to listen on whatever port you need. They may not get granular enough though for what you need. If I were looking in this area I'd maybe take a look at Python's socket module.: http://docs.python.org/2/...
I know that it is doable, one of my previous employers integrated Wireshark (Ethereal then) analysis into its VoIP automation, using Perl AFAIK.
I did some hacks by grepping on tcpdump and a filter, catching a packet or event I was looking for.
If you have a support contract and an account for the HP Software Support Online site, you can find the Product Availability Matrices for QTP/UFT in the given link here
According to HP Documentation, IE 11 is not supported for QTP 11.0.
The first version to support IE 11 on Windows 8 is UFT 12. The first version to support IE 11 on Windows 7 SP1 is also ...
Charles Proxy can log all HTTP requests and responses that your computer does, providing also good filtering and archiving features.
From the frontend side, any video recorder it's sufficient.
Kibana is a data visualization tool many people use for investigating server-side logs.
If you match timestamps of these three, you may understand how the user acts ...
Katalon is a GUI which uses Selenium framework. Definitely you will need to get to know some selenium code basics to adequately use the tool. There is no magical tool for test automation where you can write test cases without dabbling into some coding (albeit a lot of products try to sell this).
I sadly have to break with the rest and recommend ranorex for actual record and playback. Selenium is fickle and needs a solid framework around it to produce solid tests. The selenium IDE can't provide that because it doesn't know the needs of your application.
Of course ranorex doesn't either but it's much more robust out of the box (which in my opinion ...
Selenium IDE for web (open source) and testcomplete for commercial(paid version)
Appium desktop for mobiles. You can tap and verify whether its working.
Inspector for desktop
Provided you are working on Selenium/Appium
Selenium IDE is best record and playback tool for web applications. The new Selenium IDE has many useful feature that makes the tool unique from all the other tools. Here is the blog which explains about the new features and it benefits. Kindly go through it.
To test web applications and record it you can use the most used Selenium IDE. It is very easy to learn and documentation is also very precise. You just need to download the extension and than it's all set.
You can start a new project by providing base URL. Afterwards you can multiple test under that project. The Selenium IDE records user's actions and than ...
There are quite a few available. If you have experience in Selenium Webdriver then I would recommend Selendroid. Easy to use but doesn't offer click and record.
Tools with click, record and run functionality, tend to be commercial some of the big names are;
Ranorex Android Test Automation
and TestComplete Mobile
I can vouch for them both, but my ...
As far as I know (and I used MTM) about MTM, it seems not feasible with the record and playback feature of MTM. This is just a simple recorder which has been designed and provided to help manual tester to ease and accelerate their job of manual testing. All validations (Pass/Fail) still needs to done manually by the tester.
If you want to go further in ...
According to the MonkeyTalk website currently they do support HTML reporting.
From the feature list:
HTML, XML, xUnit reporting for tests and suites
MonkeyTalk provides detailed and summary reporting, with screenshots
that let you zero in on test failures. Reports come ready-to-view in
HTML with complete, step-by-step detail. MonkeyTalk's ...
I always use Blazemeter's Chrome Extension to record my performance test scripts for Jmeter.
It is a simple plugin for Google Chrome using will you will be able to record what you browser in Chrome as you are browsing it. What even better is that it will also record the required sessions, cookies and and variable/field input hence making it possible for you ...
We use Usersnap on one of our projects that handles about half of what you asked for:
It records bugs directly to a bug database (or where-ever you point it to)
Automatically takes a screenshot of page where bug is found
It doesn't save the HTML of the page but it does take record some of the reporters info like: