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Micro Focus is proud to announce the release of Silk Test 19.5! If you already use Silk Test and you have a maintenance contract, you can upgrade to Silk Test 19.5 for free.
Silk Test is a fast, reliable, and efficient test automation solution for development, quality, and business teams who need to deliver software faster. Silk Test allows you to create cross-browser scripts that run on multiple desktop and mobile browsers without any modifications, which is key to reduce the effort for creating and maintaining scripts. As product software-delivery cycles increase in pace, quality tends to suffer with the introduction of defects and bugs – Silk Test helps find those bugs earlier in the life-cycle.
Silk Test 19.5 offers Microsoft UI Automation (UI Automation) as a new fallback support.
To better recognize controls when recording against Windows-based applications that have implemented the UI Automation provider interface, you can enable the UI Automation support on machines that run on Microsoft Windows 8 or later. This provides fallback support for applications that are based on the following technologies:
* JavaFX applications are detected out-of-the-box, without the need to manually enable the UI Automation support.
When running tests, Silk Test now creates an easily shareable HTML report that you can view in your favorite browser.
The report includes summary information about the test run, as well as detailed information about the executed actions.
By default, Silk Test writes both a TrueLog and an HTML report when running a test.
With Silk Test Workbench 19.5, you can compare two different assets of the same type or two versions of the same asset to easily spot the differences between the two assets or between the asset versions. You can compare assets or asset versions for the following asset types:
In addition to the highlights described above, Silk Test 19.5 introduces a range of other enhancements. For a complete list of the features and enhancements introduced with Silk Test 19.5, refer to the Silk Test 19.5 Release Notes.