View Full Version : Sencha Test Early Access is Now Updated

13 Dec 2016, 7:47 AM
Last month, we released Sencha Test 2.0 Early Access version, which was available for a 45-day evaluation. We’re releasing an updated early access version. In order to continue your evaluation, please download this update, which includes important changes to the Futures API along with major bug fixes.

Download (http://pages.sencha.com/test-2.0-ea) Sencha Test Early Access now, and share your feedback in the forums (https://www.sencha.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?144-Sencha-Test).

Updates to Futures API: Jasmine expect statement can now be set on a getter or property of the given component or element future. The expect() call returns a set of matchers. The matcher functions return the current future for further chaining. This eliminates the function return calls that were previously needed when creating Jasmine expect statements.
Bug Fixes: As part of this release, we’ve fixed major issues reported by you. The fixes were made in the following Sencha Test features:

Visual screen comparison
Event recorder
Results reporting
Sencha Test Command line

Try out Sencha Test 2.0 EA Update with one of your Ext JS apps, use the examples (https://github.com/sencha/SenchaTestDemo) to get started, and share your feedback and report bugs in the Sencha Test forum (https://www.sencha.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?144-Sencha-Test). We look forward to your comments.