We are happy to announce that Test Studio’s R1 product update is now live. You can get it from your Telerik account or by downloading the Test Studio files directly on the website.
Some of the new goodies we ship with R1 2014 include:
Product UI Optimizations:
The Test Studio team has always done their best to deliver superb user experience. This time we focused on enhancing the Project and single Test view in the Project tab. The dashboard is gone making room for test case details, which you can easily manipulate within the Test details frame:
Support for TFS 2013 and Visual Studio 2013:
Today’s product update enables you to fully leverage our Visual Studio plugin functionality within the latest version of VS 2013. Craft robust cross-browser tests, then extend and customize them with C# and VB.NET code.
Additionally, you can integrate Test Studio with the latest TFS 2013 to take advantage of Test Studio’s bug tracking and source control features. Report bugs directly into your project. Check-in your tests and results next to the production code by using TFS 2013.
Compatibility with the latest browser versions:
Test Studio is always among the first to offer support for the latest browsers and browser versions. Now we add support for test recording and playback in Firefox 28 and the latest version 34 of Chrome.
Smoother integration experience with the Telerik agile project management tool, TeamPulse:
With the new Test Studio we make it much easier and quicker for you to link your test cases to TeamPulse acceptance criteria and push bugs into TeamPulse. Haven’t tried TeamPulse yet? Go learn more about it and get your free trial
Product performance optimizations:
With the latest update of Test Studio you’ll also benefit from overall product performance enhancements, and more specifically when loading large test projects (both in Visual Studio and the standalone Test Studio application), as well as when loading and working test elements in the Elements Explorer.
We hope you are excited as much as we are! Go give the new Test Studio a try and let us know what you think.