Is eValid's record/play an early example of "no code" solution?
Thanks for posting JoeDrake.
You do see a lot of talk these days about the need for "no code" or "low code" solutions.
The idea is that lesser-trained staff can generate useful systems employing powerful tools that assemble automated systems automatically -- with assurances that prevent inappropriate outcomes.
Yes, the eValid test recording mechanism does fit this category of technology.
Here is a guide for how eValid makes recordings as a function of the kind of web application object that you see on the screen: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... guide.html
We are proud of eValid's capability to make useful test cases "from life" simply by using the browser as an actual user would.
But we prefer to to be overly reliant on the test recording system, and here are some limitations you should take into account: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... mmary.html
We prefer to think of a test recording as a template upon which to build a more-robust test script.
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