I recently started using Sahi. Sahi is an automation and testing tool for web applications, with the facility to record and playback scripts.
When I was trying to find any tool for testing automation, I evaluated many tools as the following:
- AutomatedQA’s TestComplete – It is one of the other product which I would love to use. It is an excellent product and could be used very nicely for GUI applications. I had to drop this from the list due to its price 🙁 and availability of free / open source automation tools for web.
- Watir – I couldn’t try this much but it was dropped from the list due to the learning curve involved in learning Ruby and then using this whole suite efficiently. Though, it seems to be a nice product and offers many add-ons.
In the next posts, I will try to post some more details about my testing experience.
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Don’t give up on Watir, we used it (briefly) on Time Entry, and there’s a .net version called watin available.
Nice to know about Watir’s .net version. I like Watir’s tools, as it provids pretty much everything i.e web application testing, gui testing etc.
Now being in .net means, I could try it some time. Will update the blog, if I ever do so.
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