What is coded UI testing?
Coded UI tests (CUITs) drive your application through its user interface (UI). These tests include functional testing of the UI controls. They let you verify that the whole application, including its user interface, is functioning correctly.
Is coded UI open source?
Coded UI from Microsoft and open source White from TestStack are two popular choices for developers starting with automating UI tests for WPF applications. Coded UI is shipped with Visual Studio starting from version 2010. White is an open source project, you can find it here. It’s also available as a NuGet package.
How do I record a UI Web test?
What is the latest automation tool?
Selenium. The best free automation testing tools for web application testing.
How to add test steps to a coded UI test?
– Use Coded UI Test Builder to add additional controls and validation to your tests. – Coded UI Test Editor lets you easily modify your Coded UI tests. – Code Editor: Manually add code for the controls in your test as described in the Coded UI control actions and properties section in this topic.
How do you use classinitialize in a coded UI test?
In this course you will learn how you can use Microsoft CodedUI test technology to build UI test automation projects that will help you run tests via the user interface of your application. This enables you to speed up the validation of fully functional scenarios on your application which is an important step to enable continuous delivery.
How to refresh the browser in a coded UI test?
Browser control: Commands that make the browser perform an action. These actions are exposed using the Browser object. Each open window or frame is controlled by its own Browser object. This object lets you do things like Navigate to a URL, Go back, Go forward, Refresh, Wait until ready, Scroll window.
Which UI and API tools should you choose for testing?