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here - free automaiton tool for web page testing  RSS feed

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I made this tool to automate web page testing, and I actually use it at work. Such things as smoke test in a big app became boring, so I come up with simple tool, written on HTML and JavaScript. It allow you to load different url's, click on link, verify text on a page, populate fields, and so on - it is kind of "work in progress" - I keep adding functionality, when I need it. By the way, since it JavaScript - you could do same thing. The biggest disadvantage from my point of view - it supports only IE 5.0 and up (our company didn't support NS for this release, so it was not a priority).
This is the url: www.devsoftware.com
Website is under development now, but link are working, so you could dowload it or look at readme.txt.
[ May 10, 2002: Message edited by: Yuriy Fuksenko ]
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Announcements of this kind are more suited for the Blatant Advertising forum.
I'm closing the thread here and moving it there.
Time is mother nature's way of keeping everything from happening at once. And this is a tiny ad:
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