Resources for “3 Things You Didn’t Know Telerik Test Studio Can Do”

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Some interesting questions from the webinar:

Q: is there any keywords for handling captcha in Telerik test studio framework?

A: There are no specific constructs for handling captcha in Test Studio. You can author custom script in Test Studio to test for captcha.

Q: can we perform testing the application built on Iframes using test studio..?

A: Test Studio has extensive frames support including iFrames. More details can be found here: http://docs.telerik.com/teststudio/testing-framework/write-tests-in-code/advanced-topics-wtc/frames-support

Q: How does Telerik handles dynamically rendered application products like Pega?

A: Telerik has constructs like SimulateRealClick/ SimulateRealTyping that allow automation execution against the UI (as compared to DOM). Coupled that with Wait construct, one is able to achieve a lot of automation for dynamically rendered applications.

Q: How to search in every row of radgrid?

A: One strategy for finding rows using InnerText property was showcased during the webinar. Another one could be to retrieve the entire Table and iterate over each row in a scripted step.

Q: Hi, let me know whether we can have these automation scripts available into TFS and get executed ?

A: You can store the scripts in any repository. Test Studio has more integration points with TFS. An upcoming webinar covers more on this: http://www.telerik.com/webinars/teststudio/building-an-automation-framework-that-scales

The Slides for the session are as follows:

Video for the webinar is avaialble below:

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