Editor’s Note: The Tricentis team is excited to present our new 8.4 Release: Tosca Testsuite 8.4 Service Pack 1! For this release, we’ve enhanced many of the new features from Tosca Testsuite 8.4, but have also included some additional features that make the test automation process more streamlined and intuitive for all users. For more information, check out the ‘What’s New’ section on our website.
In the meantime however, here is the inside scoop from the experts and product managers behind the features themselves.
Maintain Your Tests Using Re-Scan
Agile Development has increased the rate at which your applications change and develop. To keep pace with all the new features you need to be able to quickly adapt your test cases. Re-Scan is just what you need to maintain your test cases.
Just select it on any module in your test portfolio to start the process on the changed application.
Then you can add any new control to your module:
Just type in a value and your test cases are good to go afterwards!
Maintaining your test cases was never so easy as they are today.
Migration Classic HTML to X-Browser
Our classic HTML Engine is still one of the most popular engines we have ever released. Almost all of our customers are using this engine as the working horse for test automation.
However since the rise of our new X-Browser engine, the restrictions in terms of supported browser (internet explorer only) and also in terms of performance became more and more evident. A lot of customers start new web projects using the X-Browser engine – but what if want to benefit from all those new features in an already existing test portfolio?
Recreating test cases by hand is normally only acceptable for very small projects. We therefore have implemented an automated migration from classic test cases to x-browser (cross browser testing) test cases.
This allows you to:
- Migrate your test cases step-by-step
- Benefit from the increased performance – almost 100% faster test execution
- Run the cross browser tests on all supported browsers, including mobile
So why not start your transition to x-browser now?
We hope you have as much fun using these features as much as we did building them! Read all about the new features on our What’s New page.