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Windows Phone 8/ Windows 8 Test Automation using Unified Functional Testing
M-eux Test is the only tool that seamlessly extends Unified Functional Testing (UFT) and QuickTest Professional (QTP) from Hewlett Packard to test mobile applications. The underlying technology of UFT/QTP is re-used for test automation of mobile applications. By loading the M-eux Test add-in, the QAengineer can use all the functionalities of UFT/QTP to test mobile applications, including recording, object repository, active screen, exception handling. No information is stored outside QTP/UFT so that the integrations of UFT/QTP with HP’s Business Process Testing (BPT), ALM, Performance Center and Business Availability Center (BAC) can be applied for mobile apps.
M-eux test can access the attributes of the user interface elements as they are defined in the mobile operating system. This is an essential technique that has been used by test automation tools on the PC for many years. M-eux Test brings this functionality to the mobile world.
In the enclosed figure you can see the new contact window on a Windows Phone device. The product can access the definition of all UI elements and thus indicate if a name is filled in, which hint text is used and which info groups are collapsed or expanded, etc. Using M-eux Test you can access and test this window independent from the state, i.e. expanded/collapsed information groups.
It is the only technique to deal with the high dynamic interfaces of the mobile applications. Windows Phone apps are not classic windows applications. They interact with the user using swipes, gestures, expanded spinner elements, highly interactive lists and many other techniques.
The seamless integration into UFT/QTP makes that the QA engineer can reuse best practices from the PC world: Descriptive Programming, Exception Handling, Object Reconfiguration, QTP frameworks (Linear framework, Functional Decomposition Framework, Keyword-Driven Framework, Data-Driven Framework, Hybrid Framework), Test Reporting, etc.
Note that the tool does not apply bitmap scraping or pattern matching or OCR techniques and thus ensuring high reliability and re-use of the test scripts. The tool has proven its value in testing mobile applications handling dynamic data or mobile applications that are localized.