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Test Studio ships with a Visual Studio plug-in that helps you generate tests as C# or VB.NET codev. Native test types ensure first class test support in Visual Studio 2010 and 2012.
The Visual Studio plug-in features a built-in recorder that outputs functional tests in code, which you can immediately customize or extend in Visual Studio. Use the DOM explorer to craft custom find logic to ensure your tests make the best use of locators specific to your application and UI.
Are you already invested in unit, integration, or functional tests driven by NUnit, MbUnit, MSTest, or xUnit? No worries! You can configure Test Studio to generate its tests for those frameworks; allowing you to continue with whatever process and tooling you already have in place.
Integrate any build server with your recorded tests. Whether you are using CruiseControl, TeamCity or Visual Studio’s Build Server, you can execute your recorded tests seamlessly on the server (Note that Test Studio Run-time Edition is required).
With Test Studio you also get rich and extensive .NET library that will help you develop tests for even the most complex test scenarios. The integrated Telerik Testing Framework is a 100% pure .NET stack that requires only one DLL with “zero” dependencies on third party components.
Test Studio leverages Visual Studio’s test management and execution, source control, remote execution, and reporting by using Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server. Aggregate Test Studio tests with all the other VS Team Suite test types in the run manager, test lists and test view.
Benefit from translators for the Telerik components for ASP.NET AJAX, Silverlight and WPF as well as for the Kendo UI web widgets. They enable developers to build regression tests for control-intensive apps much quicker.