Create a robust, browser-based test automation framework with a single command.
Pre-built, easy to configure, and equipped to automate testing on multiple browsers and operating systems, including Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
Includes project templates and baseline configurations to help you get your automated test project started.
Runs with any Continuous Integration (CI) server using Maven build commands.
Incorporates Selenium PageFactory.
Eases the initialization of page objects.
Screenshot capture of failed tests; easier error tracking.
Thread-safe context for testing variables.
SeAuto Enterprise Edition
SeAuto combines the best in pre-built and configuration ease to automate testing on multiple browsers and operating systems, including Windows, Mac OS, and Linux to bring users to the next level in automated testing. For customers who would like help configuring SeAuto or software testing advice, Partnet offers consulting and consulting packages at affordable rates. Call (801) 581-1118 or visit http://partnet.com/contact/ to learn more.
SeAuto Enterprise Edition includes:
Pre-built database integration
Atlassian JIRA integration and defect-issue monitoring
Extended technical support
“We developed SeAuto to help our testers focus on creating tests, rather than running the tests. SeAuto makes it easy to include browser-based testing in a continuous integration (CI) pipeline and enables developers to run these tests before checking in code; that gives better, faster results. We hope that others will find the same value in this effort to bridge the gap between their favorite test framework and Selenium.”
“SeAuto takes the guesswork and experimentation time out of building a test automation framework, has lower maintenance overhead, and is far more robust than GUI-based, “point-and-click” automation tools,” said Partnet’s Lead Software Test Engineer, Romany Norris. “This software is an ideal solution for companies that are interested in continuous delivery, want to start or improve their web test automation, and don’t want to be forced to start back at square one.”