Rapise v1.7 Released: Web Service Testing & Enhanced Support for GWT

Date 2013/6/27 7:35:40 | Topic: Product News

Inflectra is pleased to announce the latest release of Rapise, the automated GUI, web service and cross-browser testing solution. The new release includes support for testing RESTful web service APIs, support for IE10, as well as new libraries for the GWT-Ext and SmartGWT versions of the Google Web Framework. Rapise is the next generation software test automation platform that leverages the power of open, extensible architecture to provide the most rapid and flexible functional testing tool on the market today.
 New Features:
* New REST web services testing add-in that enables the testing of RESTful web service APIs.
* Package Manager that can connect to the QA-Forge for installing third-party libraries
* New third party libraries that support:
  ** Google Web Toolkit – GWT-Ext
  ** Google Web Toolkit - SimpleGWT

Enhancements:
* Ability to export reports as Adobe Acrobat PDF files as well as Microsoft Excel
* Samples added for testing Flex4 applications

Resolved Issues:
* Fixes incompatibility issues with Internet Explorer (IE) 10 on 64-bit platforms
* Documentation updated to specifically describe how to test Flex4 (vs. Flex3) applications

About Rapise

Rapise is ideal for functional GUI testing - both client-server and standalone applications, cross-browser web testing, and the testing of web service APIs. Rapise is the ideal testing solution for today's agile software projects.

Rapise® provides powerful built-in support for the following environments: Java, Google Web Toolkit, Yahoo User Interface, Web applications including AJAX, Windows Forms including Infragistics, DevExpress, Telerik, Adobe Flash/Flex including AIR, Microsoft .NET, Silverlight, Win32 applications and WPF. With Rapise you can use the same environment to test all these technologies.

Rapise's cross-browser testing capabilities are best in class, with support for multiple versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. Choose Rapise to test web applications in all of the most widely used browsers. Record or create one test script and execute the same script without modification across the major browsers. Built-in support for GWT and YUI.

Rapise includes a built-in Web Service testing module that allows you to prototype web service requests, inspect the message packets and returned data and then create reusable objects that can be used in your Rapise test scripts. With native support for JSON data formats, you can now test the UI and back-end of Ajax web applications in a single integrated scenario.

When used with SpiraTest you can manage an entire Rapise global test lab from your central SpiraTest server and have an integrated set of reports and dashboards containing all your automated testing results. You can record and create your test cases using Rapise, upload them to SpiraTest with full version control and then schedule the tests to be executed on multiple remote computers.

Rapise®'s open architecture provides unlimited flexibility to extend and customize automated testing to meet unique test needs. Rapise's extreme adaptability means improved quality and reduced time to market. Users can modify and extend key functions and customize aspects of the recording and test execution behaviors by creating custom plug-in libraries using JavaScript, the most widely used scripting language.

SpiraTest® is a powerful Requirements and Test Management solution that manages a software project’s requirements, scope, use-cases, tests, releases and bugs and issues in one environment, with complete requirements traceability throughout. Customers can track every bug or issue back to the test case and test step that being executed, and from there back to the underlying requirement needing fulfillment.

About Inflectra

Inflectra® is a privately held software company dedicated to helping its customers - large corporations, small businesses, professional services firms, government agencies and individual developers – with the means to effectively and affordably manage their software development lifecycles, so as to decrease the time to market and increase return on investment.
For more information, visit http://www.inflectra.com/



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