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The first 2016 release of Telerik Test Studio is now live, with updates like enriched mobile testing and more. Make sure to get your free evaluation copy.

If you’ve followed Test Studio’s development in the past year you couldn’t have missed the love and dedication our product team showed for mobile.

The first major Test Studio product update for this year is now live. Go grab your free evaluation copy, and keep on reading to learn what’s new.

Enriched Mobile Testing Support for Web Apps

After adding support for test coding, record and playback of native iOS and Android apps in 2015, now it's time to enrich our mobile testing with support for web apps too. Unlike many solutions out there, Test Studio mobile testing offers both advanced record and playback (for non-tech users) and coding experience for the more technical testers/developers. It supports execution on multiple real devices through a USB or Wi-Fi connection and integrates with your CI system to help you run tests around the clock.


Spoiler: Something really exciting is coming to Test Studio mobile testing. Stick around to learn more in the coming weeks.

Overhauled Coding User Experience

This release however is not all about mobile testing. There’s a lot to be said about coding tests in the new Test Studio. We’ve overhauled the coding user experience to help coding users save time and better collaborate with their non-technical counterparts:

  • Opening code behind files is way easier—code files are now much more visible and easy to access by the coding user. The overall coding experience is further enhanced with IntelliSense-like and Methods suggestions.


  • With the ability to add standalone code files, we further improve the collaboration between testers and testers and developers. A more technical tester (or developer) can write a certain part of a test and export it as a helper class, which can then be easily added to Test Studio’s Project View and referred to in as many code behind files as you’d like.


  • The new output window enables users to see real-life code and compilation errors as they are coding the tests, rather than waiting for the test to be executed. A big time-saver for the entire team!


Reserve Your Seat for the Demo

Last but not least—reserve your seat for the usual one-hour demo that will cover the bits we launched with the first major product release for 2016.

Thursday, April 7, 11 a.m. EDT

Get a seat.

Go ahead and try the new Test Studio for yourself. Get your free evaluation copy.

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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