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    UI Testing tool

    I'm in need of identifying a UI testing tool, could anybody can suggest the right one to go ahead to test a .net product.

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    Re: UI Testing tool

    Help us understand what you mean by a "UI testing tool"?

    Do you need a product that can automate functional tests of your application?

    Or do you need a product that can check the elements of your UI (and perhaps tell you if the buttons are the right size, spaced correctly, etc)?

    Or something else?
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    Re: UI Testing tool

    Yes, I need a testing tool to check the elements of the UI as you thought,

    Could you suggest me the right one?

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    Re: UI Testing tool

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    Yes, I need a testing tool to check the elements of the UI as you thought,

    Could you suggest me the right one?

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    Sorry, I don't know of a tool for this - hopefully someone else does.

    Years ago, I did build a series of test scripts (using a now defunct test automation tool) that would do this for my particular application-under-test and my particular UI standards. It would visit each screen of the application in turn, and examine the attributes of all the UI elements (size, color, positioning, capitalization rules, etc), comparing them to my standards. Then it would report any variances. It worked pretty well for my shop, but wasn't a generalized "test any application" system.
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    Re: UI Testing tool

    It is still experimental and may not fulfill all your needs, but try Sikuli. This tool is not that powerful but the coolest thing about it is that it does not give a damn about what language the software is built with. .NET? No problem.

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    Re: UI Testing tool

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    It is still experimental and may not fulfill all your needs, but try Sikuli.

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    As far as I know Sikuli has absolutely no capability to check the attributes of UI elements at all.

    Am I mistaken?
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    Re: UI Testing tool

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    It is still experimental and may not fulfill all your needs, but try Sikuli.

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    As far as I know Sikuli has absolutely no capability to check the attributes of UI elements at all.

    Am I mistaken?

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    Joe, You are correct. Sikuli is an image based testing tool and won't be able to provide any specifics related to GUI object properties, etc., outside of GUI images.
    However, then again we are not exactly sure what specific UI attributes this poster is looking for.

    Elfriede

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    Re: UI Testing tool

    If you want to check the elements of the UI on a Web Application, then I suggest the Web Developer toolbar for Firefox.
    Chase

 

 

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