Test Studio R3 2016 release post

Test Studio continues to make testing even easier with the third major update of 2016. Check out what's new in the latest release.

The third major Test Studio update of the year just came out today and it adds loads of new bits to our API testing and mobile testing solutions. Download a free 30-day trial of Test Studio and check the new release out for yourself.

Some of the highlights include:

Mobile Testing

  • iOS 10 Support: R3 2016 Test Studio for Mobile adds support for the latest iOS version.
  • Support for NativeScript: Test Studio users can now easily instrument their NativeScript apps to make them testable with Test Studio. Leverage a plugin that has been built specifically to extend your app with a few quick commands. See more on NativeScript support.

  • Hybrid Support for Android Apps: Now you can connect your Android hybrid apps to Test Studio and record/execute actions and verifications against them. All the features that we have for native app testing will be available for hybrid as well—elements, DOM explorer, test lists, results, etc.

    Android hybrid app support Test Studio
  • Enhanced Web Mobile Recording Experience: The Test Studio DOM explorer now reveals app element attributes during mobile web test recording.

    Enhanced web mobile recording

API Testing

  • Fiddler Integration: Fiddler fans, rejoice! As promised with the initial launch of API Testing in June, Beta 2 adds support for Fiddler. Export your Fiddler recorded traffic into a .saz file and easily upload it to Test Studio. You can now create a Test Studio API test from these Fiddler traffic logs or plug them into an existing API test.

    Test Studio for APIs integration with Fiddler
  • Various UX Optimizations

Test Studio Core

  • Support for Angular: Customers using the Angular framework (Angular 1.x as well as Angular 2) to build web apps can use Test Studio to easily test their apps.

  • Recorder Startup Page: We are replacing the recorder startup page with launch and navigation dialog inside Test Studio. This will enable users to take advantage of a couple of new features: auto-complete and history of previous recording sessions.

    History for Test Recorder Test Studio

Learn More at Our Release Webinar

Last but not least, don’t forget to save a seat for our R3 2016 release webinar coming up on Thursday, October 13 at 11 am ET.

Reserve your seat

Happy testing!

About the Author

Antonia Bozhkova

 is a Product Marketing Manager for Test Studio and Fiddler. Enthusiastic about entrepreneurship and innovation, Antonia enjoys learning from like-minded software developers and testers which also helps her shy away from using marketing lingo in her writing. When she’s not behind the keyboard she likes to be out to sea. Antonia can be found on Twitter as @Bonbonia.

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