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Ranorex – is this tool the tester heaven?

What is Ranorex? Is this a medicine? 🙂

Ranorex is an automated testing tool which provides testing of Microsoft desktop apps, webpages and mobile applications. It supports wide range of technologies like .NET, WFA, WPF, Java, HTML5, Flash, iOS, Android, Windows apps (hybrid and native) and so on. You can perform cross-browser, data-driven, automated functional, regression, automated GUI and keyword-driver testing. The Ranorex software pack can be classified into a few big parts. Ranorex Studio is the main section. Ranorex Studio contains the main tools like Ranorex Recorder, Ranorex Repository and RanoreXPath. In this post we will introduce them generally in different sections.

Ranorex Studio

Ranorex Studio is the heart of the Ranorex ecosystem. If you are familiar with Microsoft’s Visual Studio you will know immediately how to use it. It has the same layout like Visual Studio 2008/2010.

Main view of the Ranorex studio

Main view of the Ranorex studio

Testrail – first impressions

Everybody can confirm that the software development and testing are very complex processes. Having a good organizing tool (or using more of them) can help a lot to make the process faster and more fluid.
This time I will write about TestRail – the test management tool.

Why Testrail?

We have tried many test management tools – installed a lot of them, played with settings, configurations and at the conclusion was that those apps was uncomfortable/complicated for everyday use. We tried to find some free test management tools, but after few try we decided to try a professional ones.