Rapise v6.7 Released - NodeJS Execution, RapiseLauncher, Mobile, AWS, and REST API Enhancements

1-Mar-2021 by Inflectra Product News

We are pleased to announce the release of the latest version of our award winning automated software testing solution - Rapise. The new version (6.7) provides major enhancements allowing Rapise to execute tests using the NodeJS execution engine (instead of the older Microsoft JScript engine), support for executing tests on SeeTest and Amazon Device Farm clouds, major improvements to the REST API testing module, and new features for RapiseLauncher, when executing Rapise automated tests from Spira.

Summary of New Features

  • Support for NodeJS as JavaScript execution engine in Rapise
  • RapiseLauncher: Test Set attachments, CLI enhancements, RDP disconnect and screen resolution
  • Mobile: SeeTest instrumented mode support and usability fixes
  • REST: Bearer token, parameters in request headers and credentials, JS callbacks
  • Amazon Web Services: support for AWS secrets and Amazon Device Farm (browser testing)

New Features

For more details, please check out the Rapise 6.7 Release Notes.

How Do I Get the New Version?

You can get the latest version right away by going to the secure Customer Area of our website.

If you have any questions about the new version, please contact support@inflectra.com.

About Rapise

Whether it’s the web, mobile, desktop applications, APIs (REST and SOAP), Rapise helps you test it all. Rapise doesn’t just test; it understands. It knows about a wealth of complex applications, including, for example, Microsoft Dynamics, Salesforce, and SAP. And it will help you manage tests spanning multiple technologies at once. Rapise makes automated testing accessible to everyone. Using Rapise, anyone can create and change tests. Rapise records your actions, then lets you edit them in its easy-to-use visual keyword driven framework called RVL. Want to get into the code? Then dig into our JavaScript-based engine that’s a breeze to extend and integrates with open source standards such as Selenium and Appium.