Test Studio’s second major release for 2013 is here and it's ground breaking. We just introduced the industry's most flexible pricing solution for functional, load and performance testing on premise, featuring monthly, annual and perpetual subscriptions. In addition, you now have a selection of product bundles to choose from: Test Studio Ultimate, Test Studio Load and Test Studio Functional. We have worked on introducing several new features as well: load testing of web services, load testing traffic from mobile devices, as well as very neat enhancements to our cross-browser recording experience. Download the new Test Studio to see for yourself.
With R2 2013 Test Studio introduces the first test automation tool to offer affordable month-by-month pricing for locally hosted solutions for functional, performance and load testing. Starting from $119 for a monthly subscription, we’ve made Test Studio more affordable than ever. With the same great quality, now comes the flexibility of buying a monthly, annual or perpetual subscription.
Together with the monthly subscription model, Test Studio’s R2 2013 release unveils two new product packages – Test Studio Functional and Test Studio Load. Now you can choose the product best suited for your project needs. Our existing, flagship product Test Studio has been renamed to Test Studio Ultimate, and combines all the great features of Test Studio Functional and Test Studio Load, including 100 virtual users.
With the R2 2013 update you can capture the HTTP traffic off of mobile devices and include it in your load tests as a separate scenario. Create scenarios specifically designed for desktop users and others that model mobile users. Include both of them in your tests to simulate your real world load more accurately. Read the detailed blog post on Using Test Studio Load Testing With Mobile Clients.
The modern internet uses web services a lot. Many pages we see now have AJAX calls to restful web services. Web services perform tasks common across many applications, such as stock market tickers, weather reports, and news feeds. To ensure the performance of the in-house or third party services you need with Test Studio R2 2013 we have introduced load testing of web services. Have a look on how you can load test web services with Test Studio R2 2013.
Test Studio used to have your default browser set as Internet Explorer. With the newly integrated preferred browser selection, you’ll be prompted to select your preferred browser – IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, as soon as you start creating your first test. You can save your choice for future use. You can also change the preferred browser selection later on from the Browser Settings, or let Test Studio prompt you which browser you want to use every time you create a test. For ease of use, Test Studio will detect the default machine browser and pre-select it. We’ve also improved browser calibration, and now you can revert your browser to the pre-calibration state.
RunToHere is now cross-browser! Quite important for debugging failing tests, RunToHere is a feature many Test Studio users find irreplaceable. Now Test Studio supports RunToHere in all the supported browsers –IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari.
The latest TeamPulse release added Acceptance Criteria (AC) statuses (“Pass”, “Fail” and “Not Executed”) and Test Studio is ready to designate them as well! We added the ability to read from and update the statuses from Test Studio itself. This update includes other minor improvements related to displaying the type of the tests linked to AC as well as linking multiple tests at once.
To help you send bug reports directly to your working project, Test Studio’s built-in bug tracking tool integrates not only with TFS, but also with and Team Foundation Service. There are three ways to launch the submit bug dialog – from the Step Failure Details, from the Visual Debugger and from the Test List Results. Bug tracking can be set up to send automatic reports to your preferred project.
Are you struggling with the automation of dynamic frames? The new Test Studio 2013 R2 introduces a new solution - tag the frame. You can either tag the frame via custom attribute in the HTML or (for those who don't have access to the application under test) tag it dynamically during test run. See how to tag your dynamic frames.
While using the latest product version, please, bear in mind that it’s never too late to influence the development of Test Studio – here at Telerik we do appreciate your honest feedback and do our best to weave it in our product development plans.
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