Testing web applications

TestArchitect lets you create, manage and run web-based automated tests on different types of browsers.

Supported web browsers

TestArchitect allows you to test web applications in the following browsers and operating systems:

Client and server-side technologies

TestArchitect interacts with web applications through UI controls displayed in browsers; that is, the client side of web applications. Testing does not depend on the application’s server-side implementation. Consequently, TestArchitect allows you to test web applications developed with any client- or server-side technology, including (but not limited to):

Supported controls

TestArchitect recognizes and provides support for various web controls including:

Test machine and web browser configuration

Caution:

For power-saving purposes, computers are often configured to go into a non-active state (such as sleep) after a certain period of inactivity. By default, the processes associated with automated testing are typically not treated as “activities”, in this sense. Hence, for long execution runs, especially unattended ones, it is important that any machines serving as test controllers be configured not to lapse into any non-active mode during the test period. (Typically, your computer’s power policy is configured through its Control Panel, System Preferences, or command line, depending on the platform. For details, see your system administrator or information specific to the machine’s operating system.)

Automated web testing with non-WebDriver

Automated web testing with WebDriver
WebDriver is a tool for automating web application testing executing tests across a wide range of browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge. As a member of the Selenium family, it is designed to provide better support for dynamic web pages.

Troubleshooting web automation
A discussion of issues you may encounter when automating tests on web browsers, and possible solutions to these problems. FAQs are also mentioned.

WebKit vs WebDriver
Differences between WebKit and WebDriver


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