Automated Testing Software Product Documentation | Rapise

Product Documentation

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Rapise Product Datasheet
Provides a high level overview of the system's functionality, together with a list of the key benefits and features.

We recommend you read this before the user guide and installation guide to understand the full power of Rapise®.

Learn how you can quickly create automated tests for your GUI and web applications using the most extensible tool on the market today.

Rapise Overview Presentation
Provides a high level overview of the application's functionality, a list of the key benefits and features as well as description of the typical process you should use when using Rapise for the first time on a new project.
Rapise Quick-Start Guide (Web)
This short tutorial explains how to write your first Rapise automated web test and play back the results. This is a good place to start for new users.
Rapise v5.7 Online User Guide
This online version of the Rapise user manual, contains the same information as the Acrobat version (see below), but it available in this quick-to-navigate webpage.
Rapise v5.7 User Guide
Contains detailed information on all aspects of using the software. This document is intended for all users of the software.
Rapise v5.7 Installation Guide
Contains detailed instructions for easily installing the software as well as how to activate either an evaluation or production license.
Rapise 5.7 Visual Language (RVL) User Guide
Provides information on the scriptless RVL syntax used in Rapise for creating table-based automated tests. Covers the different types of commands with examples.
Rapise v5.7 Release Notes
This outlines what issues have been addressed in v5.7, and what new features have been added. It also includes download instructions.
Using Rapise with SpiraTest Guide
This guide outlines how to use SpiraTest and Rapise together to centrally manage, schedule and orchestrate your automated testing activities. It describes how to connect Rapise to SpiraTest and use the RapiseLauncher application to remotely schedule and launch your automated tests.
Mobile Device Testing Tutorial
This guide outlines how to use Rapise to test applications running on mobile devices such as Apple iOS and Android. This is a good starting resource if you are testing mobile applications for the first time.
Manual & Exploratory Testing Tutorial
This guide outlines how to use the manual testing features of Rapise. It includes a step-by-step guide for recording your first manual test case, editing it, publishing it in SpiraTest and then executing it within Rapise.
Web Service Testing Tutorials
This guide outlines how to use Rapise to test your application's web service application programming interfaces (APIs). This is a good place to learn about how to do REST and SOAP web service testing with Rapise.
Microsoft Dynamics Testing Tutorials
This tutorial explains how to use Rapise to test Microsoft Dynamics AX, Dynamics CRM and Dynamics 365 packaged applications. It includes guidelines for setting up the environment and testing your first application.
Tips and Tricks for Testing Dynamics 365 for Sales
This guide includes lots of helpful tips and tricks for testing Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales (formerly known as Dynamics CRM) with Rapise.
Java Testing Tutorials
These tutorials describe how to setup Rapise to connect to Java AWT, Swing and SWT based applications. They then walk you through testing the different sample Java applications provided with Rapise.
Windows Applications Testing Tutorial
These tutorials describe the different types of Windows application that you can test with Rapise (e.g. MFC, ATL, .NET, WFP) and how to use Rapise to test the sample Windows applications provided with the product.
Qt Framework Testing Tutorial
This tutorial shows how you can use Rapise to test our sample Qt Framework desktop application. It also includes instructions for configuring your real applications to allow them to be tested by Rapise successfully.
Using Rapise With Selenium Guide
This guide explains how you can use Rapise with the popular Selenium WebDriver open source testing framework to enable Rapise to playback web tests against web browsers running WebDriver, including Safari, Edge and Opera. It also includes a section on using Rapise to write native WebDriver code.
Using Rapise With NeoLoad for Load Testing
This guide describes how to setup and use the integration between our Rapise functional testing tool and the NeoLoad performance and load testing tool from our partner Neotys.
Rapise Development Roadmap
This roadmap document outlines the functionality currently planned for the next 3-4 releases of the system.
Rapise Feature Comparison
Looking to compare Rapise's features with other products on the market? This document compares the features in Rapise with many other popular test automation and functional testing solutions.
Using Rapise with NUnit.
This document describes how you can call your Rapise automated functional tests from an NUnit test fixture. This is useful if you want to extend your NUnit automated unit tests to handle automated functional / GUI / browser testing.
Using Rapise with Visual Studio / TFS.
This document describes the process of executing Rapise tests from within the Visual Studio (VS) Unit test framework (aka MS-Test). This extends the use of Rapise to enable you to perform GUI and web testing from your existing VS environment.
Preparing Firefox for Rapise
In order to test web applications using the Firefox browser you will need to install the MozRepl extension. This document describes the process for installing that extension.
Preparing for Android Testing
Rapise can be used to test mobile applications running on the Android platform. This document explains the steps to prepare your environment for testing Android mobile applications.
Preparing for Apple iOS Testing
Rapise can be used to test mobile applications running on the Apple iOS platform. This document explains the steps to prepare your environment for testing iOS mobile applications running on an iPhone, iPad, etc.
Preparing Chrome for Rapise
In order to test web applications using the Google Chrome browser, you will need to install an extension for Chrome that allows Rapise to interact with it. This document describes the process for installing that extension.
Sample Website used for Rapise Tutorials
This website provides a sample application that is used in several of the Rapise tutorials for teaching you how to test a web application, web services, Flash, Silverlight, Flash, Flex and Java.
UI Testing Playground Website
The purpose of this website is to provide a platform for sharpening your UI test automation skills. You can use it to practice with our Rapise test automation tool or to learn test automation techniques with Rapise.

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