[Webtest] Front-end App for canoo

Ian Spence webtest@lists.canoo.com
Mon, 10 Apr 2006 10:42:00 +0100


Marc,
Keep me in touch with your new offering of recording tool.
Ian.

On 4/10/06, Marc Guillemot <mguillemot@yahoo.fr> wrote:
>
> Hi Ian,
>
> > This is probably a popular question....I'm guessing.
>
> actually not
>
> > I'm a big fan of canoo, and I'd like to know if there is a front-end
> > available for Canoo, for creating and running tests?  Either webapp or
> > rich client.  I would like my product manager to enter tests when
> > necessary and see them run immediately, and also see the existing
> > suite of tests.
>
> the Canoo Company will surely be happy to know that you're a fan of them =
;-)
>
> Concerning Webtest, except Calypso, nothing has been presented here to of=
fer
> a kind of IDE.
>
> Until now 4 recorders have been presented in the mailing list (I hope bee=
ing
> able to present a new one next week) but remember that recording has to b=
e
> used carefully: if you don't refactor your tests to reuse common parts, y=
ou
> will get a high duplication and the maintenance will be expensive.
>
> Tests can be started from the command line or from your prefered IDE.
> Perhaps could it be a way for your product manager depending on what you
> await from him.
>
> > I have taken a look at Calypso (from the webtest wiki), but it does
> > not seem very mature, correct me here if necessary.
>
> Personally I don't use it I don't think that this the right direction for=
 a
> "Webtest IDE".
>
> Marc.
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