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Recording: Selenium Page Object vs Object Repository - Inflectra Webinar

July 23, 2018

We recently had a webinar that demonstrated the similarities and differences between Selenium Page Object vs Rapise Object Repository. Don't worry if you missed the webinar, we have a recording available.

This webinar was first presented at DevGeekWeek 2018 by Inflectra's senior software engineer - Alexey Grinevich.

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Using REST & UI Testing To Test An Ajax Web Application - Webinar Recording

July 20, 2018

We are please to share with you the recording of our recent webinar on Using REST & UI Testing To Test An Ajax Web Application. 

The webinar is based on a talk by Adam Sandman, first presented at STPCon Spring 2018. 

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Webinar Recap: Addressing The Challenges Of Web UI Test Automation Using Rapise

July 16, 2018

Thank you for joining our July 5th webinar on Addressing The Challenges Of Web UI Test Automation Using Rapise. The webinar recording and slides are offered below for those who had to miss it. 

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Rapise, Selecting the Library for Recording

January 29, 2015

Rapise is powerful, and flexible. But how? It is not only in the many ways you can learn an object, manipulate an object, or alter the test. Rapise also gives you the ability to select which recognition engine to use. Not only that, you can also modify the engine itself. Read More

Getting Started with Rapise for Automated Testing

January 22, 2015

So lets assume you have read the other articles, and know how to learn objects in Rapise. What do you do now? How do you run and modify a test? The answer depends on the method used to create the test. Read More

Rapise learning through analog recording

November 5, 2014

What happens when all else fails? You use a hammer. In the case of Rapise, that hammer is analog recording.

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Rapise - Learning through Doing

September 19, 2014

With our test automation tool - Rapise, you have a powerful and flexible automation engine for your QA projects. One of the reasons it is so powerful is that it is easy to get started and develop your first test, delivering results right away.

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