Automation tool for GUI Testing
Supporting all of the major operating systems from Windows, Mac and Linux, desktop GUI automation can be achieved across a network (through VNC) or even locally using a single machine.
Automate your entire desktop environment, or a select number of features and applications. Drive the desktop, physical or virtual machines, using the standard interaction methods of mouse and keyboard.
Any and All Applications
Having the ability to automate every aspect of a desktop harnesses great power and control. Produce complete end to end tests incorporating multiple applications, integrations, web, native and custom applications.
Simple Single Machine Setup
Having a self-contained environment where only a single machine is required to design, run and debug your automation efforts drastically reduces the setup complexity, security risks, maintenance effort and also hardware cost!
Every Browser, Every Technology
Chrome, IE, Safari, Qt, Flash, HTML5, OpenGL, Java, .NET, Silverlight, the list is endless!
As T-Plan Robot works at the screen level, using standard user controls, it is able to automate EVERY browser type (and version) and EVERY technology that appears on your screen.
Record and Playback
Let the T-Plan Recorder do the work! Perform the scenario you wish to automate and T-Plan Robot will automatically capture all of the required information in order to repeat it, as many times as you need. Edit and enhance the resulting scenario if needed using straight forward dialogs and features.
Create Once, Execute Repetitively
Run your scenarios at a convenient time, as many times as you need, on any machines you wish. Run individual scripts or entire end to end processes with a click of a button.
Manage and organize your test scripts into execution schedules. Build workflow rules and pass custom parameters to provide intelligent decision handling.
Execute and Control through Command Line
Use the Command Line to remotely interact with your test environment. Integrate T-Plan Robot into your existing frameworks and toolsets using the built-in CLI capability.