Ranorex Studio is all-in-one tool for cross-platform test automation. Ranorex is easy for beginners with a codeless click-and-go interface, but powerful for automation experts with a full IDE. It integrates with solutions for BDD, CI/CD, source control, test management, defect-tracking, and many more for a complete test automation tool chain.
Following are the different features of Ranorex:
● Ranorex is robust object identification for reliable tests and reduced maintenance
● It has shareable object repository and reusable code modules
● Ranorex supports cross-browser testing
● It automates challenging interfaces like SAP, ERP, Delphi and legacy applications
● It run tests in parallel or distribute on a Selenium Grid
● Has built-in reporting
Ranorex uses RanoreXPath to identify applications and their UI elements required for test automation.
No, it is not required to use Ranorexpath for Test Automation.
Yes, Ranorex supports Data Driven Testing.
Following are four different data connectors that Ranorex supports to build data driven test cases:
● Simple Data Connector
● SQL Connector
● CSV File Connector
● Excel Connector
Yes, it is possible to trigger Ranorex tests from an existing test or build environment. The result of a Ranorex test automation project is always an executable file. The generated *.exe can easily be started from other environments supporting command line execution.
Yes, Ranorex Repository can easily be integrated into your Visual Studio projects.
Yes, Silverlight applications be tested with Ranorex. Simply ensure that your Silverlight application does not run in window-less-mode, i.e. set the 'Windowless' property of the Silverlight HTML object to false.
Yes, webpage can be automated without moving mouse pointer using Ranorex. To achieve this use 'PerformClick' instead of the normal 'Click' method when working with web adapters like 'Div Tag', 'Input' or 'Link'.