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...
Record your first test
Required time: 6 minutes
The screencast “Record a Test” walks you through the information found in this chapter.
Steps for successful recording
Ranorex Studio supports a wide range of environments, test specifications, and technical settings. So that your first recording is a success regardless of your environment, we recommend the following:
While recording, use only the mouse for navigation
Click every step
Close other applications
Open the user guide on another machine
Click pause/continue in the recorder
Set display scaling to 100 %
Record the test
In Ranorex Studio, make sure you’re in the recording module view of Recording1.rxrec.
Running Demo Application showing the welcome screen.
Validate a UI element
We can see that Harry has appeared in the welcome message. Now we’ll add a validation so that Ranorex Studio verifies this during testing.
The Validation settings window opens. Here, you can select which attributes to validate. In our case, Text is correctly preselected. Click OK to confirm and switch back to recording mode.
Stop the recording
The image below shows all the recording steps described in this chapter. You can use it as an on-screen aid while recording.