The Top Five Non-Selenium Test Tools You Need to Know About
Believe it or not, there are test automation tools other then Selenium. If you need to automate something that’s not a browser application, these tools can help.
The top five tools (in no particular order) are:
Quotes & Insights from this Test Talk
- Sikuli is an open-source, image-based comparison tool like Eggplant or UFT’s 11.50 new insight technology.
- Selenium locates objects by referring to actual attributes, like the id or name of an element in the DOM. Sikuli, on the other hand, locates an object by comparing a reference image to objects on a specified region of your screen.
- Thucydides is a tool deigned to make writing automated acceptance and regression tests easier.
- Thucydides saves you time by providing functionality you would otherwise need to create from scratch, like driver and snapshot management.
- Rest-Assured syntax uses a given/when/then type of syntax that will be familiar to anyone doing behavior-driven development
- Rest assured is an open-source, java domain-specific language that allows you to avoid boiler-plate code to make requests and validation (even complex responses) in a simple manner.
- White runs on top of the .NET UI automation framework.
- White is an open-source test framework for WPF, Silverlight, Win32 and WinForms.
- Getting Started with WHITE .NET/WPF Automation Framework
- Getting started with Thucydides
- REST Testing with Java – Getting Started with Rest-Assured
- REST Testing with Java Part Two: Getting Started with Rest-Assured
- REST-ASSURED – HOW TO POST A JSON REQUEST
- HP UFT 11.3 patch 3
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