December 19, 2022
As we explained in our announcement for Rapise 7.3, Google is in the process of phasing out its older plugin system (called Manifest V2) in favor of a new plugin architecture (Manifest V3). This new architecture has higher security, but means that automated testing tools (like Rapise) will not be able to record or play tests using such plugins. This, together with some other breaking changes in Chrome, mean now is the time you need to switch browser libraries in Chrome.Read More
August 31, 2017
We heard from one of our customers recently that due to breaking changes in the Firefox plugin model, Selenium IDE will no longer work. This somewhat sad news took us by surprise since we didn’t realize that Selenium IDE had not been migrated to the new WebExtensions plugin architecture. Hopefully, that will happen, but we have some good news in the meantime!
SpiraTest and RemoteLaunch already provide a solution.Read More
August 3, 2017
March 7, 2016
When companies evaluate test automation tools
for web testing they are often facing a similar question: What's the
advantage of using Rapise
instead of Selenium? Though the larger question is: Why should you pay
for a commercial tool instead of using a free one?