Test Studio continues to make test automation even easier with the first major release of 2017. Check out what's new in the latest update.
Progress Telerik Test Studio R1 2017 was released last month and the update brought a lot of new functionality for web, mobile and API testing. Download the free 30-day trial of Test Studio and check out the new release for yourself. Here is a quick look at some of the highlights.
Completely new Reports in Test Studio Web & Desktop. The reporting tab now includes bar charts, trend lines, pie chart overviews and result details for selected test list runs in a particular time period. Reports can be exported as HTML files as well.
Now you can export your test list results into HTML and XML files from within Test Studio. We give you the choice: either save the exported file on your file system or directly send it over email. If you use our command line runner, for example for CI, you can set the result output format to HTML or XML in addition to the already existing options.
Now you can connect your iOS and 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.
You can use the new web traffic recorder to easily create tests or test steps out of the recorded requests.
Filter and inspect the traffic inside Test Studio for APIs in order to craft your API tests faster.
Additionally, there are a lot of features and usability improvements inside Test Studio for APIs. Some of the most interesting ones include:
With these main features and the remaining fixes and improvements we, the Test Studio team, believe that we are making the lives of our customers easier. We would love to hear your opinion, so don't hesitate to let us know what you think.
Iliyan is a Product Manager for Telerik Testing Solutions, including Test Studio and Mobile Testing. Ten years ago he started as a game tester, because he loves video games, and eventually he realized that breaking software is fun. He believes that a good Quality Assurance Engineer should be involved in all phases of the software development process.
Now as a Product Manager Iliyan has a new mission—to unburden the QA engineer from the test automation problems and to make the tester's workday a more pleasant one.