Intercepting HTTP requests, specifying resources accessed by bypassing a proxy server, specifying testing metadata, deprecated passing a regular promise to assertions.
Welcome TestCafe Live, a tool for rapid test development. We have also added a couple of new features like taking screenshots of individual page elements and filtering visible and hidden elements in the selector chain.
With this release, we have prepared a bunch of useful things. We have put finishing touches on Angular selectors to let you address page elements on Angular websites using the component tree. We have also made it possible to output reports to multiple channels (like console + file). Read on to learn about more things we have for you.
This early release supports headless mode in Firefox v56.0 which was launched on September 28th.
With this release, we have prepared a bunch of new features. Two big news are the Electron browser provider and concurrent test execution.
Read on to learn more.
TypeScript support, seamless testing in headless Chrome and device emulator, and numerous bug fixes.
Plugins for React and Vue.js, TestCafe Docker image, support for Internet access proxies and lots of bug fixes.
Authentication via user roles, client-side debugging and numerous bug fixes.
IDE plugins, fixture hooks, speed setting for actions, a couple of API enhancements and lots of bug fixes.
HTTP authentication support, a CI-friendly way to start and stop the tested app and lots of API enhancements.
Redesigned selector system, built-in assertions and lots of bug fixes! 🚀🚀🚀
First of all, we would like to thank everyone who's reading this for your interest and support for TestCafe. And we especially appreciate those of you who reached us to say thank you, offer help or share feedback. Let's keep building a better testing framework together!
So, here is our first minor update and that's what it includes.
We are happy to announce that DevExpress has released the core library of TestCafe – our automated in-browser testing tool – as an open-source framework for node.js. Now everyone in the open-source community can benefit from the technologies we developed for the commercial version.