Announcing Parasoft Selenic 2020.1

Key capabilities introduced in Selenic 2020.1:

Parasoft Selenic expands support of industry-standard Java-based UI testing technology including JUnit 5, IntelliJ, and Applitools. Additionally, it now includes support for requirements traceability and performance benchmarking.

Support for JUnit 5

  • Selenic offers full support for JUnit 5, the newest modern framework for test automation - this enables enterprises to work with the most current Java testing framework version available. Selenium Tests created using the Parasoft recorder for Selenic will default for JUnit 5 (this is customizable if you want to use JUnit 4).

Parasoft Selenic Integration with IntelliJ IDEA

  • Within the IntelliJ IDE, you can use Parasoft Selenic to create pure Selenium page object model-driven Selenium tests and improve your existing Selenium tests with automatic fixes at run-time and recommendations for correcting any discovered issues.
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Applitools integration with Parasoft Selenic

  • Integrating your Selenium scripts with Applitools is easy using Parasoft Selenic. Applitools is a great tool for performing visual validation on your existing Selenium scripts. The way that Applitools integrates with Selenium scripts involves modifying your existing Selenium scripts. Each time you want to take a screenshot for comparison, you need to add an additional line of code. With Parasoft Selenic, the only modification you need to make to your tests is to include the Applitools "eyes" dependency. Once that is configured, simply use the Selenic integration available for Eclipse and IntelliJ to send screen shots to Applitools for comparison.
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Adding requirements traceability to Selenium tests for a true view of test coverage

  • The requirements that are specified in your Selenium tests are now sent to Parasoft DTP for mapping to the system of record (e.g. Jira, X-ray, Collabnet Version One). Results published to DTP will be presented in a Dashboard showing the level of test coverage so that you can gain confidence that what the team is building meets the business requirements and works.
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Shift-left performance issue detection with performance benchmarking in Parasoft Selenic

  • Performance benchmarking is a great technique for getting early-stage performance warnings about applications that are starting to slow down. Parasoft Selenic simplifies the process of getting that early-stage warning mechanism by adding performance benchmarking to your existing Selenium test execution. This will generate an alert in the report when execution time exceeds an expected threshold when running your Selenium tests. To activate it in Parasoft Selenic, you simply run a Selenium test with a Parasoft Selenic run configuration with performance benchmarking enabled.
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