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Test Automation for non-Web or Mobile apps with LeanFT

February 26th

14:30

Stage B

Talk

50 minutes

English

Selenium and its cousin Appium provide a powerful, open source solution for Test Automation for Web and Mobile applications, but what about native Windows apps, fat-client Java apps, fat-client C#/.NET apps, SAP, and other platforms?

HP’s LeanFT provides a powerful, standardized format for coding Automated Tests for Web applications, iOS and Android applications, SAP, .NET Web Forms, WPF, and Java applications in Java or C# that closely follows the Selenium/Appium paradigm: objects on the screen are identified via a locator, then can be queried for their content, type into, clicked on, etc. It is integrated into Eclipse and Visual Studio (with an IntelliJ version on the way), and provides an easy to use Object Identification Center for creating and embedding locators.
For anyone familiar with Selenium WebDriver or Appium Test Automation with Java, LeanFT provides an easy route to testing many different types of applications.

Alex Kogon

Alex Kogon

Nimble, Switzerland

Alex Kogon has a long and broad experience as a software engineer, having worked as an architect, quantitative developer, senior manager, lead developer, CTO, coach, mentor, trainer, automation developer, devops implementer, and pretty much every other role imaginable since he was a teenager.

Alex started working heavily with test automation and continuous integration while working as a quantitative developer building complex mathematical options pricing models for banks and trading companies, where bugs can cost the company millions of dollars in minutes and have put many out of business. From this experience Alex became quickly convinced of the value of continuous integration and has helped many companies implement CI systems and adapt their culture to leverage them.

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