With Syntax Highlighting, words in a program are displayed so as to immediately indicate their function. Reserved words, variables, literals, and comments may be differentiated by color, boldness, underline etc.
Syntax Highlighting makes programs easier to read and modify.
Rapise provides Code Completion for class, method and field names. To use code completion, you just need to start typing a class, method, or field name.
Pressing CTRL+space will open a list of possible completions.
The Rapise script editor (IDE) provides drag and drop editing of the test scripts. Simply drag the desired object from the Object Tree and Rapise will automatically add the correct object reference to your test script:
In addition, if you drag and drop a specific object method, Rapise will automatically add both the object reference and the function signature.
The Rapise debugger provides Persistent Breakpoints, Control Execution, a Watch View, a Variable/Call Stack View and Tooltips:
The source for most of the Rapise implementation is available for you to read and modify. You may find it useful to look at if you decide to create a library customized for your application.