This article describes how to use the Ranorex Studio IDE and the Ranorex API for test automation in your behavior-driven development (BDD) process. BDD requires a cognitive shift: instead of thinking about testing functions, you are now thinking about behaviors....
We’re sure that you’ve noticed that Android Marshmallow, the latest update to hit Google’s mobile operating system, is now available. Google has started rolling out their software for the latest Nexus devices, and other manufacturers will soon follow.
With the update installed, users will have access to a ton of new features like battery life improvements, greater app permission controls, standardized support for fingerprint scanners, more granular volume control, USB-C support and the new Google Now, just to name a few.
To round out the list of mobile technologies available, we are thrilled to announce that with our latest release (5.4.3), Ranorex mobile automation testing supports Android 6.
Now there is nothing stopping you from automating your state-of-the-art mobile tests for iOS 9 and Android 6 Marshmallow.
In addition to this great new technology update, some minor bugs have been fixed.
Check out the release notes for more details about the changes in this release.
Get the latest version of Ranorex now.
(The direct download link for the latest version is on the Ranorex Studio start page.)
The SpecFlow add-in provides file templates for feature files, step definition files and event definition files. It also translates the features from Gherkin syntax to C# code. To install the SpecFlow add-in to Ranorex Studio, follow the instructions below:
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