Web applications testing is much more difficult than testing the same functionality in a Windows Desktop app. You should expect to encounter timing issues, browsers incompatibilities and a stack of new HTML5 handlers that make web browsing a rich, but difficult-to-test, experience. Progress expertise in web technologies and leadership in UI component development is leveraged through our automated software testing tool: Progress Test Studio, to assist users in automating even the most complex web testing scenarios.
With new versions of the major browsers continually coming out, testing your app across multiple browsers can become difficult. Different browsers use diverse techniques for content presentation, which impose challenges to automating the testing process. Separate tests need to be created for each browser individually.
No need to build numerous tests for different browsers anymore. With Test Studio, you can expand your browser compatibility testing to all the latest browsers without making any changes to your test cases:
It is important to test your HTML app to ensure your CSS code is compatible, and there are no compliance warnings or errors.
Test Studio offers you the exceptional ability to get the computed (inherited/cascaded) versus inline styles for any tag in the application under test.
HTML5 drag and drop will most probably be an important addition to every front-end specialist’s toolkit. Making drag and drop operations coherent in all major browsers is a challenge that both developers and testers now face.
With Test Studio you can effortlessly create automated UI tests for mouse drag and drop operations and easily test their cross-browser compatibility.
Writing automation tests for applications with complex controls can be difficult when you're trying to work with different logical elements, such as grid cells and rows, schedulers, etc. This can cause additional testing work for teams using such controls to present users a polished experience.
When working with Progress Kendo UI controls, you are able to leverage the Test Studio native translators. These help testers quickly and easily build automated tests for complex, Kendo-based UIs. Translators are provided for Calendar, Grid, Menu, Treeview, Panelbar, Tabstrip, Menu, Listview and more. Check out Kendo UI web widgets.
Automating popups and browser dialogs have always been a challenge for most of the UI automation tools on the market. They usually fail to recognize the popup/dialog elements, leaving the user with no validation options.
HTML5 multimedia handlers are deployed across a wide variety of apps for testers. Testing professionals need tools to record and playback the clicks and events on the canvas, audio and video components.
With Test Studio, you can easily ensure if an audio/video element is playing/paused or is loading properly by using the tool API. Our software testing tool also enables you to access the 2D context of a canvas element and use it to verify and simulate drawing.
Developers often utilize ready-to-use components to enhance the user experience and performance of their applications. When testing a control, most tools are not able to recognize it and are unable to offer adequate verification options.
The Telerik software testing tool includes an extensive suite of HTML control translators, which abstract out the control specifics. These translators can be automated for testing complex control-based applications quickly and easily. You can build test automation for most of the new HTML5 tags like input types (number, email, range, search and URL), as well as details, meter, progress and source tags.