New in version 6.0
April 29th, 2011
- This release includes the new TestMaker Object Designer tool for recording and playback of rich Internet applications (RIA, using AJAX, Flex, Flash), an advanced test runtime for fast test operation, new test types (Sahi, HTTP Archive HAR, Flex), and an advanced results analysis engine featuring an integrated Jasper Reports service. Designer records Selenium, Sahi, and Flex tests in IE, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Opera.
New in version 5.5 (July 3rd, 2010)
- Grid Testing – TestMaker runs your tests on a Grid of your test equipment, in a Cloud Computing environment, and both.
- New Script Runners to operate tests written in .NET, Visual Basic (VB) and from the command line
- Scalability Index Plus – TestMaker shows graphically where the application under test should be performing with linear scalability
- Reports now show error messages and codes for easy drill-down
- Relational Database logging
- Macintosh native application packaging
New in version 5.3.1 (August 26th, 2009)
- Enhancements to the Cloud Testing features to improve the speed of test start-up.
- Updated to the latest version of HtmlUnit to improve support for AJAX applications and increase the speed of Selenium tests, and MozMill to improve support for pop-up menus.
- A "headless" installation option to enable installation entirely from a command shell or SSH session.
New in version 5.2.5 (March 11th, 2009)
- Proxy Server Support for soapUI, Selenium HTMLUnit, and testgen4web, solved memory leak in SeleniumHTMLUnit tests, updated installer, and improved Unix startup scripts.
New in version 5.2.3 (November 6th, 2008)
- This is a minor bugfix and feature release.
- It has global setup and teardown methods, Selenium RC support for Firefox, dynamic path support, transformed test script support for test keys, and enhancements for data driven tests.
New in version 5.2 (August 29th, 2008)
- This release has a new results analysis engine, Selenium IDE/RC for AJAX testing, multiple target monitoring, Web debugging utilities, new tutorials, and new data production libraries.