The third major Test Studio product update for this year is now live. Highlights include support for Angular, iOS 10, our very own NativeScript as well as Android hybrid apps. Beta 2 of our newly-launched API Testing solution adds support for Fiddler too.
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If you are using the Angular framework (Angular 1.x as well as Angular 2) to build web apps now you can leverage Test Studio to easily test your applications.
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.
As promised with the initial launch of API Testing back in June, Beta 2 adds support for Fiddler. Test Studio Ultimate and API Testing users can export 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 Mobile users can now easily instrument their NativeScript apps to make them testable with Test Studio. Leverage a specifically built for the purpose plugin to extend your app with a few quick commands. See more on NativeScript support.
We are replacing the recorder startup page with launch & navigate 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.
The Test Studio DOM explorer now reveals the app element attributes during mobile web test recording.
You can check out the full Test Studio R2 2016 version notes here.
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