Using UFT Developer for WPF Desktop Apps (Basic Course)

Make your shift left testing successful with UFT Developer
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UI Testautomation with UFT Developer
Building Basic Test Scripts
Working with Object Identification Center
Working with Application Models
Using Reporter Object
Define Custom Checkpoints
Use Visual Relation Identifiers
Parametrization and Data Driven Testing
Build Reusable Functions

Requirements

  • IntelliJ Installation
  • Java Basic Understanding
  • JUnit Installation

Description

UFT Developer helps you develop automated tests for a wide range of technologies, using standard IDEs with modern programming languages. UFT Developer requires familiarity with the basics of programming in the language you use to develop your tests.

Requirements prior course:

  • Install the UFT Developer runtime engine on any machine where you want to run UFT Developer tests.

  • Install one or more supported IDEs and the relevant UFT Developer plugins on any machine where you want to write and edit UFT Developer tests.

In this course, you will learn how to use UFT Developer for Java using IntelliJ and JUnit as testing framework.

In the IDE of your choice, create a UFT Developer testing project, use UFT Developer to create test object descriptions and write tests that can perform operations on your applications.

Create a testing project

Create a UFT Developer testing project in the IDE of your choice, using the project templates provided with the UFT Developer plugins or use your own custom framework.

Customize your test settings

Customize the UFT Developer runtime server settings and report options.

Define test objects

Create test object descriptions that enable UFT Developer to identify the objects in your application and can withstand changes in the application you’re testing.

Write programmatic descriptions or use the visually oriented tools that UFT Developer offers to provide an interface to the tested application and its objects.

Write tests

After you create test object descriptions, write automated tests whose steps call the methods and properties of these UFT Developer test objects.

Add code to verify application behavior

Verify that the objects in your application look and behave as you expect.

When these special steps return false results, the step and test fail, but no exception is thrown and your test continues to run.


This course will cover the following:

  • Build Application Models

  • Create Test Scripts

  • Running Test Scripts

  • Calculation and custom checkpoints

  • Output Values and Parametrization

  • Data Driven Testing

  • Visual Relation Identifiers

  • Using Reporter Object

  • Working with Test Recorder

  • Summary

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be eligible to:

  • be more productive

  • better collaborate

  • use agile methodologies in a smarter way

  • support the software delivery lifecycle

  • take on lead roles in your projects and advance in your career

Who this course is for:

  • Developers
  • Testers
  • Automation Engineers
  • Technical Testers

Course content

1 section9 lectures1h 43m total length
  • Introduction
    03:20
  • Organize Application Models
    15:39
  • Building a Basic Test Script
    21:55
  • Calculation, Checkpoints and Output Values
    19:29
  • Parametrization and Data Driven Testing
    11:06
  • Working with Native Object Properties
    08:27
  • Using the Test Recorder
    05:43
  • Using Visual Relation Identifiers
    04:30
  • Additional Settings and Summary
    13:34

Instructor

Making DevOps a reality with ALM Octane
Amir Khan
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 46 Reviews
  • 2,065 Students
  • 11 Courses

Amir Khan takes care as Software Expert for the Micro Focus Application Delivery Management (ADM) Portfolio. In his role he is responsible for key customers in Switzerland and Austria. He has years of experience in software development within traditional and agile Projects. In the last three years Amir Khan has focused and specialised on topics such as DevOps and Behaviour Driven Development (BDD).