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    Use Visual Event To Explore JavaScript Events In Your Application

    November 16, 2012 Share
    Visual Event is a little tool I found. When I say that I "found" it - I literal discovered it after Google-ing "detect javascript events" or something to that effect. Neither Telerik nor I personally have any affiliation with the Visual Event product or its makers. Anyway the tool will help you determine what javascript events are associated with a particular control. Javascript events are a crucial part of UI automation. Good understanding of how and when they are employed in your app can save you a lot of trouble. 90% of the time switching your step to ...
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    Extending Load Testing With A Custom Plugin

    November 14, 2012 Share
    This post is going to be a bit advanced. If you're having trouble with understanding any of the below information - you can ask in the comments section or post in our technical forum. Or if you're a paying/trial user you can submit a support ticket requesting additional assistance. Ok, so as you may or may not be aware we allow you to extend Test Studio's functionality through plugins. This article gives you a nice breakdown of how you can do that. And as you can see in that article the functionality you're allowed to extend is mostly related to ...
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    White Paper: Getting Started with Test Automation

    November 09, 2012 Share
    We’ve just posted up a white paper I wrote on getting started with UI test automation. The whitepaper has nothing to do with Test Studio (examples are even in WebDriver via C# !). Instead it focuses on the fundamental things you’ll need to work on in order to have a successful future with UI automation. In the paper I cover a broad range of topics including: UI Automation is a difficult domain. Seems obvious, but you have to acknowledge it up front! Locators, locators, locators. Learn how they work, then learn how the work in your environment. Working ...
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    Telerik continues its winning streak with the VS Magazine Reader’s Choice Award!

    November 09, 2012 Share
    Another year - another medal. Or several medals to be precise. Telerik has a pretty good track record when it comes to the Visual Studio Magazine Readers Choice Awards and this year is no exception. And this is something that makes us extremely proud. It means the world to us when we see that the users appreciate our products - you can count on Telerik to continue delivering top-notch third-party tools for application development in Visual Studio. You have our sincerest gratitude for the support you've given us over the years. Now without further ado here are the award honors ...
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    Deployment Troubleshooting

    November 08, 2012 Share
    The most complicated process in the Test Studio for iOS Documentation is the configuration for UIKit Testing. It's easy to accidentally skip a step or perform one incorrectly. This post addresses common mistakes, their symptoms, and how to fix them. Cannot Begin Testing You see the following message when attempting to record a test against an iOS Application: There are no testable applications installed on this device. Please consult the documentation for more information. The Document Type tells Test Studio that an application is testable. See step 13 here for how to add and configure a tstest Document Type. Cannot Record You ...