TDD (test driven development) and BDD (behavior driven development) are unique software development techniques that differ in what they are testing and how they are testing it. Despite their similar names, they serve distinct purposes. What Is TDD? TDD stands for test...
The sample solutions on the Ranorex Studio Start page provide an introduction to key concepts of automated testing. Study these examples to learn how to create automated tests for desktop, web, and mobile applications. There is also a cross-platform sample solution that demonstrates how to perform tests on desktop, web, and mobile in a single test scenario.
Learn something about: Variable binding, data connectors, user code actions, arguments, optional actions, smart folders, module groups, and global setup/teardown regions
Learn something about: Module library, popup watcher, project organization, report screenshot, validation, web testing, handling flyout menu, setup/teardown regions, and data binding.
Mobile apps on Android and iOS
Learn something about: Mobile testing, Android, iOS, deploy mobile app, module groups
Learn something about: Cross-platform test, end2end test, iOS, Android, deploy