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Selenium IDE substitute. Create, maintain, and auto-generate hand-crafted QA automation code in a variety of frameworks.

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Description from store Taking Selenium out of the stone age. SnapTest, A Selenium IDE like tool, helps you create, run, debug, maintain, and generate beautiful QA test code in a variety of frameworks. Run your tests directly in the browser with near Selenium-like behavior for fast debugging and maintenance. With tools to scale, SnapTEST allows you to maintain a library of tests that are composable, scalable, and professional.

Latest reviews

  • (2022-01-21) yong liu: 非常好,就是教程文档不够详细
  • (2020-06-24) Rodrigo Orellana: the best automated test!!
  • (2020-03-25) informatik handwerk: Looks promising. Does not auto-save. Pricing is loud about it, documentation silent. How does one save a test/component? By creating a new one?
  • (2020-02-18) Pavel Lukasenko: Super easy and convenient to use
  • (2019-05-23) yujia fei: Nice
  • (2017-10-30) Rokki (tasteink): Works like a charm and the UI is simple and intuitive. Absolutely my favorite Chrome automation tool to save time and manual labor.
  • (2017-10-01) Samuel Nahoum Levy: Really intuitive and easy to use
  • (2017-09-26) Woble Inoracam: The interface is crisp and has a good selection of features. I've migrated to this from Selenium IDE. Thank you, you beautiful geniuses.
  • (2017-09-12) Brian O'Keefe: Very useful.
  • (2017-07-14) Oyang Arron: very useful tool!
  • (2017-07-12) Aymen ben miled: Good Job !
  • (2017-07-12) Rolyta Nur Utami: yeay
  • (2017-07-11) Sebastian Inman: Simple and easy to use!
  • (2017-07-11) Scott Commons: Chrome's been needing a selenium suite like this for a long time, great job
  • (2017-07-11) J R: Wow
  • (2017-07-11) Simon m: Simple! Nice work.
  • (2017-06-21) Michael Mehl: This tool allows me to reliably generate, debug, and maintain tests for our marketing website.
  • (2017-06-21) Joseph Jung: Loved it - use it often at work - helps me get Selenium tests without much hassle. Great there's no vendor lock in, all the output code looks nice and is mine.
  • (2017-06-01) Ben Strahan (benstr): where has this been my whole life!

Latest issues

  • (2020-07-03, v:2.5.8) Suriyaprakash K: Is there any manual to use tools
    Can you give examples of each tools
  • (2020-02-18, v:2.5.0) Pavel Lukasenko: Select Window Tab #.. issue
    Regardless Select Window Tab #.. Code is always executed in a focused tab. Is this a know issue?
  • (2019-05-27, v:2.4.6) Carlos Ferrer: Data driven
    Hey buddy Joseph, Does your tool support data driven? Take care
  • (2019-03-03, v:2.3.8) HI
  • (2019-01-30, v:2.0.4) [object Object] in front of Play button
    Hey I love this extension, but I tried to install in my newly windows 10 installation and it does not work on chrome or chrome canary. I can record and assert, everything looks normal but when I press play this [object Object] in red error pops in front of the play button, can you help me?
  • (2018-10-17, v:1.4.6) Luat do: Where is my csv file?
    I try to use the insert to csv file. After executing, have no file in result. Please guide me, how to do that.
  • (2018-06-19, v:1.1.8) Oblio Leitch: "stop" not showing anymore
    Recently, I only ever get a "start testing" button. Once started, I used to get a "stop testing" button, but that doesn't come up now.
  • (2017-11-16, v:0.6.9) Ketki Shurpali: How to record windows events
    Hi, I am trying to automate a web application where the user can browse and select a file and click on open. The problem is that SnapTest doesn't record the windows events. Can you please guide me how this can be done. Many Thanks
  • (2017-10-01, v:0.5.4) Samuel Nahoum Levy: How do you simulate a double click ?
    I need to edit a cell in phpmyadmin
  • (2017-09-27, v:0.5.2) Java
    I am unable to get it to run in Java framework instead of Nightwatch or Chromeless. Is Java not yet supported?


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4.7 (23 votes)
Last update / version
2021-11-10 / 2.8.2
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