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Maveryx

Maveryx is a FREE and OPEN SOURCE Test Automation Framework for functional and regression testing of Java applications. Maveryx eliminates the “GUI Map” dependency. Testers don't have to capture (often recapture) and maintain any GUI Map. GUI objects described in the scripts are identified and located directly at runtime during the test scripts execution. Avoiding GUI Maps testers have the possibility of starting automation early in the software lifecycle, long before the application is released for testing. GUI objects identification is performed by an “intelligent” Finder powered by a highly configurable set of searching algorithms. Maveryx supports also approximate matching to identify the GUI objects even in case of few or partial information given in the test scripts (this is typical when deriving test scripts from lacking or partial application’s specifications or in testing non-mature/early software). Maveryx is OS independent and works with the most used free and commercial IDE such as Eclipse, NetBeans, JUnit, IBM Rational Functional Tester, etc.

 
CategoryTesting Tools
LicenseGNU General Public License (GPL)
HomePagehttp://www.maveryx.com





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