Functional Testing Tools Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Deva Veluchamy says in a Selenium HQ review
Test Automation Lead/Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
- Most importantly, it is an open source tool. - Parallel executions (same browser in parallel, different browser in parallel). - Remote executions using Node and Hub. - Integration with CI tools like Jenkins - Multi-platform support (for details have a look at - Cross-browser Support (Chrome, Firefox, different versions of IE, Safari, Opera). - Supported environments are Windows, Linux & Mac. - Supports different scripting languages (JAVA, C#, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, Objective C, Javascript). - Huge user community. View full review »
Katrin Campanini says in a Tricentis Tosca review
Quality Manager at a tech consulting company
The tool can be handled without any knowledge in parameterisation, especially the TestCaseDesign which makes the tool mighty and stable - even when releases in the tested software are subjected to deep code changes. The maintenance of the test tool is manageble. View full review »
reviewer712071 says in a Worksoft Certify review
IT Manager at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Well, obviously it's the test automation piece of it. Creating our scripts and being able to execute our SAP scripts in order for us to be able to do comprehensive regression testing of our SAP system. View full review »
QaDevelo01dd says in a Worksoft Certify review
QA Developer II at a university with 10,001+ employees
Ability to develop test scripts with a low bar of entry among automation tools. It’s very simple to develop. However, great care must be taken to use the tool as intended, otherwise efficiencies and effort will not be realized. Like all automation projects, well-designed automation, with thoughtful planning and application, is necessary or you will unable to get back the return after spending the cost in investing time and effort with the tool. Certify provided outstanding feature support for SAP test automation which is unrivaled by other tools in the market. If implement SAP and need to automate, first pilot the tool with a representative scenario and then evaluate that retesting the scenario multiple times will provide compelling overall value for SAP test automation. View full review »
Seniora134 says in a Tricentis Tosca review
Senior at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Below are the features that are the most valuable in regards to this product: * With one click, it will scan all the elements on the screen, so that the user can select the required elements for automation tests. * Exploratory testing gives an option to record a video, has interactive steps to capture a manual test case flow, and it can be converted to a PDF document with links for the video. * Using exploratory testing, we can send an email to record manual test cases to the business analysts (BAs) who never need a product to be installed in their machine. The recorded files can be stored on a common server (that needs to be set up separately) or they can send those files to the intended automation team via emails. * Not much in the way of programming skills is required to use this product. View full review »
Sachin Gulmadagkar says in an Inflectra Rapise review
Senior QA & Test Manager, Head of Test Automation at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
It has great record and playback functionality and excellent cross browser testing functionality. Automated Manual test recording feature and executing hybrid (manual & automated test) functionality is very nice. * Web Application Testing is very strong * Custom user functions can be created and easily dragged and dropped into the test project * Cross-browser testing is excellent * Report Export to Excel and Export to PDF functionality * Webservices test and Manual test Functionality is very good * Test Xpath and Test CSS tool is unique in Rapise * DoQueryXPath and DoQueryCss functions are unique View full review »
Mohd Zeeshan Zakee says in a SmartBear TestComplete review
QA Automation Lead at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
It's cross platform automation capabilities specially ranging across web, UNIX (via putty), and other systems. View full review »
Dylan Goldade says in a CrossBrowserTesting review
QA Analyst / Software QC at Quartzy, Inc
I use the screenshot functionality most frequently and live testing on occasion. I have also used the record and replay functionality once or twice. With screenshots, I can quickly verify a page looks good universally in minutes. It is also shareable to all my coworkers, so reporting issues to engineering are simple. View full review »
Michael Hutchison says in a CrossBrowserTesting review
Web Specialist at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Static screenshots are the feature most often used, because they are a simple method of detecting problems. I can run a page through the screenshot tool, then send a URL with the results to my team. Though it is probably a minor part of what CBT does, I find it the most useful. View full review »
Chris Castro says in a Ranorex Studio review
Systems Architect with 51-200 employees
Regression testing is very important for our company, as is the continuous integration process. View full review »
Shatskiy Kirill says in a CrossBrowserTesting review
Javascript Developer at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
At the moment, all our deploys depend on results of automation. If the tests are failing, then we know that something is wrong at the early stages of development. Live testing helps us to debug problems across all browsers. View full review »
reviewer874593 says in a CrossBrowserTesting review
Software Quality Assurance Engineer
The record and play feature is very useful. It helps in quickly creating and rerunning tests on different combinations of OS/browsers/mobile platforms. This helps to ensure nothing regressed on any particular platform. View full review »
Samuel Iovuta says in a Tricentis Tosca review
Test Manager with 10,001+ employees
Image recognition: It has allowed us to automate a GUI section of our product which involves drawing different topologies. I’m aware that other tools have this feature, but the whole test suite, it makes it good enough for us not to look for something else. View full review »
Kanika Gupta says in a Selenium HQ review
QA Expert at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Selenium WebDriver and Selenium IDE are useful. Selenium IDE is able to record and playback. It was useful for me when I did not know coding. Selenium WebDriver has got packages which help in automating test cases. The best part of Selenium WebDriver is that it supports multiple web browsers, thus, helping in cross-browser testing. It is free to use and is not limited to any scripting language. View full review »
Bjorn Erixson says in a Worksoft Certify review
Testing and SAP Logistic Senior Business Consultant at a retailer with 5,001-10,000 employees
All the different kinds of recording features (learn) on the different technology platforms such as Java, SAP, and HTML are its most valuable features. View full review »
RobBlack says in a SoapUI Pro review
Enterprise Software Quality Architect at a tech vendor with 5,001-10,000 employees
I found the REST Discovery and Groovy scripting features to be most valuable. Additionally, the Simple programming model enables a wide audience (in contrast to Java or JavaScript). The XML format makes it easy for scripts to analyze the test base (metrics, bulk simple changes). View full review »
Sumantha Chandrashekar says in a froglogic Squish review
Project Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It supports many platforms, which helps in getting automation solutions for most of the complex UI products. View full review »
Nishant Taksande says in a froglogic Squish review
Associate - Projects at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Ease of use * Integration with Rational Quality Manager * Support for wide range of tool kits (HTML, GWT, Smart GWT, Flex) * Tech Support of Froglogic is awesome, you talk/chat/mail directly to the designers/developers of the product. View full review »
Narendra Gadiparthy says in an UFT (QTP) review
Principal Consultant | Contractor Manager at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features for us are the GUI, the easy identification of objects, and folder structure creation. View full review »
Deva Veluchamy says in a SmartBear TestComplete review
Test Automation Lead/Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
- Object spy eases the object identification method. - TextObject recognition feature of this product exposes most of the objects to perform the actions. - Test items, project variables helps in managing automation suite and scheduling execution. - Jenkins integration to schedule executions. - Integrated with selenium webdriver. - Conversion of JScript project to Javascript project - Integrated to Environment manager - Support to read text from PDF View full review »
Jonathon Wright says in an UFT Pro (LeanFT) review
Director Testing & Quality Assurance at Automation Development Services
I work a lot with guys who work with meta-mathematics, like applied maths and quantum mathematics. So for us, the most important feature is the ability to handle complex algorithms, such as fuzzy logic techniques which is the first step towards artificial intelligence in our field. The support for containerisation and continuous learning, adapting to our needs like support for DevOps practices, is paramount in our work. View full review »
reviewer1041558 says in a CrossBrowserTesting review
The local connection is pretty awesome at the moment of testing the developments created at home, and the tool getting the proof of your testing is awesome (videos and screenshots). View full review »
reviewer1032432 says in a Worksoft Certify review
IT Automation Specialist at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* It is user-friendly. We can give the tool to business users, and they're able to use the tool pretty efficiently without a whole lot of training. * The reporting features are nice. * It is easy to take someone else's work and manipulate it to use yourself. * It is not heavily code-based, so you can pick it up and automate very quickly. View full review »
Saurab Juneja says in a Worksoft Certify review
Automation Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The turn around time for getting the automation tester familiarized with the tool is very quick, as it doesn't have any coding. It is fairly simple to understand. The Capture 2.0 feature is very impressive. When creating documentation and automation, it is pretty quick, depending upon the size of the process you're trying to automate or capture. It has brought down the documentation and scripting time by at least 50 percent. It works in the background. It captures only the SAP window, it is not capturing their other work left in the emails or some confidential work that they have on the system. It's pretty seamless. Because it has security, I don't see it getting hacked. It's also pretty stable and works well. View full review »
Divya Nayak says in a Worksoft Certify review
Team Leader at SOAIS
* The ease of use. * It is understandable. * Everything is integrated. The Capture 2.0 feature is good. Our clients like using it. It does not take long to create documentation. Once the client knows how to use it, they capture the steps, like a recording. They give it to us for putting on the best practices, and we give them back the results. Efficiency-wise, it is pretty good. View full review »

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