Running functional UI tests in your IDE is an essential practice in a DevOps environment. Testing early and often is critical to the success of any product, whether it is a large enterprise desktop application that stores important financial information or a sleek mobile e-commerce store that processes 10,000 transactions a day.
TestLeft empowers teams to effectively implement DevOps by enabling developers and advanced testers to conduct functional testing earlier than ever before in the development lifecycle.
TestLeft comes with support for a wide range technologies, including .NET, Winforms, WPF, Java, HTML5, and AngularJS. It’s perfect for easily creating and running functional UI tests on desktop applications and across an exhaustive range of browsers, right from legacy versions of Internet Explorer, to the latest releases of Edge, Firefox, and Chrome. Multiple 3rd party controls are supported out-of-the-box, including Infragistics, DevExpress, and Syncfusion.
TestLeft lets you easily scale desktop and web tests across different physical and virtual machines using our RemoteDriver. You can run tests in parallel, significantly reducing costs and increasing time to market. Whether you choose to run your functional tests using continuous integration (CI) tools such as Jenkins, from the command line, or in an IDE like Visual Studio or IntelliJ IDEA, the TestLeft RemoteDriver ensures full test coverage across different environments.
TestLeft is designed for test reusability. Create one functional test and use it multiple times across different automated test cases. You can either reuse tests across the same project or even bring them over to another project. This helps avoid duplication and reduces maintenance efforts across your functional test automation suite.
TestLeft lets you take your functional testing efforts to the next level through data-driven testing. By seamlessly embedding into your development environment, data-driven tests have unlimited options. You can run your tests against BDD requirements through Gherkin tables, an excel sheet, or even connect to a SQL database. Don’t start from scratch with TestLeft -- we have detailed samples to help you start data driving your functional tests right away.
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Test earlier and more often by running UI desktop and web tests from within IDEs like Visual Studio, IntelliJ IDEA & Eclipse.