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GUIdancer

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GUIdancer is a powerful Eclipse-based tool for the automated testing of Graphical User Interfaces (GUI's), with a focus on programs written with Java and Swing.

GUIdancer

     

GUIdancer is a powerful Eclipse-based tool for the automated testing of Graphical User Interfaces (GUI's), with a focus on programs written with Java and Swing.

  1. No programming at any stage of the testing process

  2. Maintainable and reusable test elements

  3. Tests resilient to changes in the application under test.

  4. Advanced observation mode

  5. Multi-user capacity

  6. Multi-lingual testing

  7. Platform-independent

  8. Extensible

  9. Comprehensive manual

To use GUIdancer, no programming knowledge is needed; tests are interactively specified using an innovative method which allows test specification to begin even before the application under test is implemented. Specification can continue alongside testing once the software is ready and can even withstand changes to the software as it develops.

GUIdancer makes testing efficient and uncomplicated. Testers can work jointly on projects, and can easily reuse test elements to avoid redundancy in the testing process. Also equipped with an advanced observation mode to further increase the speed at which tests can be specified, GUIdancer presents a host of features to allow faster and more efficient application testing.

Come to know more about: http://www.bredex.de/en/guidancer/index.html

     

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Posted on: March 6, 2008

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