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Using Multiple Browser Instances with Sencha Test

Automation engineers often need two or more browser instances open when writing end-to-end tests. This allows them to test concurrency aspects of web applications such as business logic integrity involving multi-user scenarios. Sencha Test 2.0, along with the new WebDriver scenario type, introduces the ability to use multiple browser contexts in the same test.

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Sencha Test 2.0 Early Access is Now Available

We’re excited to announce that Sencha Test 2.0 early access is now available. This version is now integrated with Selenium WebDriver. You can test multi-page web applications, mimicking actual user behavior. Try it out and share your feedback in the forum.

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Exciting Product Announcements at SenchaCon 2016

Today is a very exciting day at SenchaCon! We just unveiled the Early Access versions of six products, plus new integrations, plans to open source Fashion, and new research about the state of the modern web. Let’s break down the announcements.

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Web Application Testing Using BDD and WebDriver – Webinar Wrap-up

In this blog post, we’ll cover the key elements of a successful test automation project that stand the test of time, including the importance of test design, role of BDD in test automation, test longevity, cross-platform test automation and continuous integration, all of which help you achieve your test automation goals. But the bottom line is: a clear test strategy is key for long-term success.

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Sencha Test Examples – Part 2

Sencha Test provides developers and test engineers with a complete platform to perform functional testing. Tests can be written and executed locally on the engineer’s machine and then easily replicated in a continuous integration (CI) environment. This is best illustrated by walking through some examples. Take a look and then try them out.

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Continuous Delivery with Sencha Test

Learn how you can realize the full promise of end-to-end automation by incorporating both the running of tests and reporting of testing results in a way that developers can easily understand and act on. Using simple integration points and leveraging existing out-of-the-box functionality of Sencha Test, you can easily run automatic and unattended tests on your Ext JS applications as part of your CI/CD process.

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Using Sencha Test with Jenkins and Selenium Grid

Learn about test automation and how it helps the Continuous integration and Continuous Deployment process. We use Sencha Test with Jenkins and Selenium (for deploying and running tests remotely) to demonstrate how you can test earlier and more frequently during your development cycle.

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Sencha Test Examples – Part 1

Sencha Test enables you to write and execute tests on your machine and then easily automate your tests in a build automation system. Learn how to write unit tests by reviewing this example, and see how easy it is to get started.

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Inside the Sencha Test Futures API

Writing interactive tests is challenging due to their asynchronous nature. Sencha Test offers a powerful new API designed to make these tests almost as simple as their synchronous counterparts.

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Sencha Test is Now Generally Available

Sencha Test is now generally available. This exciting new product helps you to release quality applications. With Sencha Test, you can perform cross-browser and cross-platform testing using one comprehensive solution. We’ve brought together leading open source technologies and our in-house test expertise to create this new testing solution that will significantly reduce your software release cycles. Try it out and share your feedback in the forums.

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