Posts Tagged 'Objects'

Webinar Recap: Rapise 7.2: New Functionality: Global Objects

March 7, 2022

On March 3rd, Inflectra hosted a webinar focused on the new functionality and enhancements of Rapise v7.2. In this webinar, we covered:

  • New global object: Generator

  • New global object: Spira

  • New global object: Text

  • Automatic download for Selenium drivers

  • Spira Dashboard and RapiseLauncher enhancements: Productivity improvements, Test Matrix, Execution progress in RapiseLauncher

  • Creating incident in Spira from Rapise test

  • Generating sequential variable values that are unique across test runs

  • String manipulation in Rapise Visual Language (RVL)

If you missed the webinar, we have a full recap below.

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Rapise - Using Button Objects

February 12, 2015

Once you have learned objects with Rapise, it is time to use them, or modify how you use them. As a primary functional element, buttons are pretty ubiquitous. Submit, Calculate, etc… You push a button for most transactions. This article explains the different operations that can be performed with buttons during automated testing. Read More

Rapise - Specialized Object Learning

November 19, 2014

So, lets say that you are a code genius. You understand what is going on under the hood. The developers of your application have shared intimate details, not only of their bar crawl, but of what each object is in the application. What can you do with this knowledge? Read More

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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Rapise - Learn through Object Selection

September 17, 2014

Rapise has several methods for learning the objects within the application under test. While still easy to learn, this method does not automatically develop a runnable test that will deliver any meaningful results. Herein we will discuss the learning methodology and provide a flow to follow, however we will not have a runnable test in the end as no input or click-stream data will be captured.

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