Sunday, January 15, 2017
Rapise supports the testing of Adobe AIR applications.
The Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) is a cross-platform framework for
developing desktop and mobile applications that have rich graphic user
interfaces and can be deployed across different platforms and devices
(Windows, Mac, iOS, Android).
Rapise supports the testing of Flash and Flex
applications using its built-in Flex libraries. Rapise can test web
applications using a combination of HTML, Flash, Flex 3, Flex 4 and AIR
components within a single application using a single test script.
Rapise can test Flash and Flex applications running in
multiple browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and
Google Chrome. Using the special FlexLoader, you don’t even need to modify your code to perform your testing.
Rapise supports the following Adobe Flex controls running in either Flash or AIR:
To test Flex applications running with Rapise, you must
have Flex Builder installed. Link your application with FlexAdapter.swc
(part of Rapise) and automation_agent.swc and automation.swc (part of
The compiler arguments should look something like:
-include-libraries "C:/Program Files/Adobe/Flex
Builder 3/sdks/3.2.0/frameworks/libs/automation_agent.swc" "C:/Program
Files/Adobe/Flex Builder 3/sdks/3.2.0/frameworks/libs/automation.swc"
To record and playback tests for Adobe Flex applications
being executed by Adobe AIR you need to run the application manually.
"C:\Program Files\Adobe\Flex Builder
Note: If you build your Flex AIR application with Flash
Builder 4 or higher, you will need to turn on the "Generate Accessible
SWF" option in the Flex Compiler Options.
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