Webinar: UI Automation 101: 5 Ways To Use Rapise Frameworks | Inflectra

Webinar: UI Automation 101: 5 Ways To Use Rapise Frameworks

10-Jun-2020 by Inflectra

Inflectra and Alexey Grinevich explore the ins and outs of UI Automation 101  and invite you to the live webinar: UI Automation 101: 5 Ways To Use Rapise Frameworks on June 10, 2020.

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Once you have several automated test cases, you have common logic shared between them. When your application changes and you need to easily fix your tests. You need to execute tests with different OS or browsers, you need to make them configrable. You want to run them with different input data. You want to run them in parallel. There are many things you may need and it is all in your hands with help of dedicated features built into Rapise.



In this webinar you will learn the following:

  • Overview of Rapise features, relevant to typical Test Framework process.
  • Check different approaches to test framework design.
  • Real examples of testing frameworks in Rapise.

Please bring your questions, as we will have a Q & A session at the end. 



Wednesday, June 10, 2020 @ 10AM (EST) / 4PM (CEST)



This series is intended for:

  • Manual testers thinking about switching to automated testing
  • Developers who need to create E2E automated tests
  • Anyone wishing to expand into the field of test automation.


There are no prerequisites for attending this course. It is also completely free.



Alexey Grinevich is a Software Developer at Inflectra Corporation. He is one of the creators of the Rapise test automation tool. He holds a master’s degree in computer science and a PhD in Applied Mathematics and has been working in the IT industry for the past 20 years in areas such as compilers, computer languages, runtime debuggers. For the last ten years the major interest is software for automated testing. At Inflectra, Alexey has been responsible for researching the tools, technologies and processes in the software testing and quality assurance space for the past five years. His special interest is legacy APIs and desktop system testing.


Good luck!