TestArchitect for Visual Studio

Speed Coded UI Test Automation.

Keyword-driven test automation for Visual Studio 2012.

Speed Coded UI Test Automation.

TestArchitect for Visual Studio Features

Create and run more tests without added resources.
Scale
Designed for fast-paced and Agile environments.
Agile
Seamless integration with TFS and MTM.
ALM Support
Create test cases without coding.
Eliminate coding
Good tests start with a good test plan.
Modular Test Design
Create and run more tests without added resources.

Create and run more tests without added resources.

TestArchitect for Visual Studio's module-based, keyword-driven test authoring allows team members to create and update tests without coding, making the entire team more productive. Highly reusable tests increase test coverage, and dramatically improve efficiency.

Designed for fast-paced and Agile environments.

Designed for fast-paced and Agile environments.

TestArchitect for Visual Studio approaches test authoring and maintenance with rapid workflow in mind. Actions, interfaces, and test lines are separated, enabling test development to begin before software functionality is complete. When requirements change, only minimal modifications are needed to maintain the tests.

Seamless integration with TFS and MTM.

Seamless integration with TFS and MTM.

TestArchitect for Visual Studio enhances the current testing and test-automation development lifecycle. Its seamless integration with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) lets you define testing based on the same team projects that other areas of your organization are using. Test cases can be run as part of a test plan in Microsoft Test Manager (MTM).

Create test cases without coding.

Create test cases without coding.

Keyword-driven pre-programmed actions replace coded UI automation scripts making it simple to develop, execute, and update tests without programming. Each test case contains action lines that define the test(s) to run. Each action line includes a keyword that represents the action, and a series of arguments that define the test data, input values, and expected results. Because tests can be written with words instead of code, more team members can design and build tests from start to finish.

Good tests start with a good test plan.

Good tests start with a good test plan.

Test plans are comprised of individual test modules - each with a well-defined flow of test cases that are executed by actions. Unlike traditional coded UI tests - in which every test case has to be coded - TestArchitect for Visual Studio features a library of pre-programmed actions that serve as building blocks for test cases. Actions for testing complex applications or back-end operations that use APIs, TCP/IP, SQL, or other standards - can be coded in C#. And because both actions and test cases are reusable, test development becomes faster with every test.