Note: Test engineers Reena Kuni and Jeannette Smith also contributed to this blog.
For a lot of testing tools, the question of AngularJS support is complicated. Depending on your source, you’ll get something between a no and a sort of; which is why I’m happy to give eggPlant Functional an unequivocal yes.
eggPlant Functional doesn’t need an AngularJS extension. For code-level tools, a new development framework requires a new test framework. However, because eggPlant Functional works by finding elements on the screen instead of in your code, there is absolutely no difference between testing AngularJS and any other web technology.
Today we are excited to bring you a guest blog post from Dr Greg Law, at Undo. TestPlant announced a technology partnership with Undo on August 17, 2016. To read more about the partnership, click here.
The rise of test-driven development, agile methodologies, continuous integration and continuous deployment are transforming how software is created and provided to customers. Simultaneously, the spread of software into more and more of the devices around us and the interconnectivity of those devices means that the sector is growing in scale, complexity and importance. These factors are having an enormous impact on testing and QA departments. If more software is being produced and needs to be deployed in shorter and shorter timeframes, traditional testing methodologies have to change, hence the rise of automation in the testing process.
eggPlant Functional v16.1 is now available! Upgrade or download it to try out the new features today.
The eggPlant Functional v16.1 release is packed with features and updates that make setup and scripting easy for enterprise test deployments. ‘What kind of good stuff is this?’ you ask. Let’s dig in to find out…