TestingWhiz Geared Up For 5.0 Version Update

Date 2016/3/22 9:15:14 | Topic: Product News

TestingWhiz, the test automation tool of Cygnet Group, has 290+ pre-defined test commands for testers to perform automated testing without the need of coding test scripts. Since the last update of TestingWhiz – 4.5.2 (which included group of new features, improvements and bug fixes) has been successful in optimizing testing efforts of users, the enterprises now are waiting eagerly for the new version of this test automation tool.

The new version is expected to have lots of exciting features and enhancements that will improve the efficiency of the tool and test automation experience. Some of the features are as follows:
* Cross-browser Testing with Cloud Execution: With this feature, users will be able to execute cross-browser testing over cloud by connecting to Sauce Labs and BrowserStack profiles which will expand their testing horizons beyond local machine’s limits.
* Automated Test Data Generator: Version 5.0 is also expected to come with automated test data generation feature which will automate test data generation and maintenance for efficient testing.
* Support for Mongo DB: Enterprises will also be able to store their execution logs in Mongo DB for analytics purpose with version 5.0.
* Headless Testing: Version 5.0 will also allow testers to fasten database and API testing by avoiding browser initiation with Headless testing feature.
* Native Mobile Support: The new version will come with mobile testing support via Appium for Android devices.
* Microsoft Edge Support: With the new version, users will also get support for execution on Microsoft Edge browser.
* Selenium Drivers Auto Update: It will allow users to update their Selenium drivers automatically as and when there are updates to browsers.
* Support for Dynamic Values: The new version will also provide support for dynamic values from the data table and variables in the ‘Object’ column.

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