Next Steps

The successful recording and execution of your first test is just the beginning. There are many features that will help you get your automation project to the next level. The documentation is full of details and examples to guide you. Here are some of the most important features in Test Studio:

  • The Recorder allows you to easily add actions and verifications to the test.

  • The Elements Explorer shows you all elements in the project and allows you to edit their find logic and filters.

  • Different Testing Types can be part of the same project.

  • Data Driven Testing uses external data source and executes the test repeatedly for each value.

  • Dialog Handling feature covers all alert, confirm, logon, prompt, file upload and download dialogs.

  • Test Lists are collections of test that can be executed as scheduled jobs, both locally and on remote machines.

  • Scheduling Test Runs on remote execution servers.

  • The Results Tab provides overview of the executed test lists. You can drill down and investigate the individual test steps.

  • Test Studio supports different Continuous Integration and Deployment (CD/CI) tools and allows you to execute tests when the build completes.

  • Custom Step from Step Builder is for manually adding a specific step or condition to the test.

  • Project Settings have many configurable option to optimize your project performance.

  • Logical Steps like If...Else, Loop and While...Loop allow you to automate complex scenarios.

  • Source Control integration with Git and TFS.

  • Coded Steps allow you to use your custom code in C# or Visual Basic.

  • Enchance you web tests with nested API Test as Step.

  • Mobile Testing is another project type in Test Studio, where you can automate different Android and iOS application.

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