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    TestProject Reveals Next-Gen Release for Appium and Selenium Test Automation

     

    Tricentis, the global leader in enterprise continuous testing, announced on 17th March that TestProject, a Tricentis community offering, has unveiled its next-generation release (v2.0). The new version works with both offline and hybrid cloud options, facilitating testing companies to securely automate web, iOS, and Android applications, and deliver error-free products rapidly and without constraints.

    The platform now also aligns its test automation to numerous industry standards, including its powerful abilities for all users and giving them the liberty to select the choice that serves best for their organization’s regulations.

    About TestProject

    TestProject was founded in 2015 and then was acquired by Tricentis in 2019, it’s headquarter is located in Petah-Tikva, Israel. It is a 100% free test automation platform for iOS, Android, web, and API testing. It is counted on by over 100,000 people in the testing community. It makes things simpler for developers and testers to guarantee speed without compromising on quality, by removing maintenance and setup issues and also providing Appium and Selenium with AI self-healing technology.

    Using Selenium and Appium based open-source SDK or TestProjects’s AI codeless test recorder – users can now directly develop, store, run, debug, and deploy tests anywhere. The tests can now be instigated either straight from the Command Line Interface or the TestProject web UI. With the release of v2.0 users can now perform the following:

    • Utilization of cloud for storage of data: Apart from lifting of set-up, maintenance, and DevOps layouts of TestProject, users can now also save their reports and tests on the platforms protected cloud and get benefits from seamless end-to-end test creation, user-friendly UI dashboards, zero server maintenance, fast debugging, collaborative testing repository, and much more.
    • New completely offline mode now available: Users can save tests as local files instantly on their machines without any cloud-footprint and experience a comprehensive offline experience. Locally saved tests can be managed effortlessly as files or as part of a versioning control system.

    TestProject earned recognition as a 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customer’s Choice for Software Test Automation. In the future, the platform will further enhance the platform capabilities and will continue its resourceful advancement. For more information about the platform visit https://testproject.io/

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