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Introducing UFT Developer 15.0!

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We’re pleased to announce the release of Micro Focus ​UFT Developer 15.0!

Along with a new name, UFT Developer, this version is fully packed with new features and enhancements, all designed to support the trend of shift-left functional testing. This blog will briefly touch on UFT Developer’s new capabilities.

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What’s new in UFT Developer 15.0

UFT Developer 15.0 is focused on strengthening our capabilities for Developers and Testers and their ability to start testing as soon as possible.

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Introducing the UFT Family

The Micro Focus UFT Family of integrated functional testing solutions enables customers to test earlier and faster by delivering AI-driven test automation across an unparalleled range of technologies; on the most popular browsers, mobile devices, operating systems, and form-factors; from the cloud or on-premises; to deliver the speed and resiliency required to achieve automation at scale that is tightly integrated with an organization’s current DevOps toolchain.

UFT One. Accelerate test automation with one intelligent solution for web, mobile, API, RPA, and enterprise apps.

UFT Developer. Easily shift-left testing using standard programming languages, IDEs, and testing frameworks of choice.

UFT Mobile. Amplify team productivity with an enterprise-level, end-to-end lab of real mobile devices and emulators.

Eliminate Bottlenecks and Save Time and Costs with Service Virtualization for Mobile Devices

Since the LeanFT 14.52 release, Service Virtualization (SV) capabilities has been embedded as a core feature. But now, with UFT Developer 15.0, embedded SV takes a huge step forward and now supports the mobile use-case as well.

Here’s how UFT Developer 15.0’s newly embedded SV for Mobile Devices works. Mobile applications typically consist of two parts: 1) a native or HTML-based front-end, and 2) back-end services, which can be remote Bluetooth or NFC devices, such as GPS Watches or a smart door locking mechanism. But since the front-end heavily depends on those remote devices, if the remote device is not accessible or is under development, then it is difficult—if not impossible—to continue testing the front-end.

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 So rather than paying for expensive devices or sustaining delays, with the newly embedded SV capabilities of UFT Mobile (Mobile Center) in UFT Developer 15.0, remote devices are no longer a bottleneck for developers and testers. Now, a developers and testers can simply simulate these key services and remote devices and avoid altogether waiting for the services and remote devices to be ready. This can result in significant savings in both time and costs. Also, since using SV with UFT Developer is as simple as recording a test case, user adoption increases as well.

Technology Updates

  • Visual Studio 2019: is now a supported IDE that can be used with UFT Developer
  • IBM Java 1.8: is now a certified technology
  • .Net 4.8: is now a certified technology
  • Support for latest browser and OS versions

Learn More

Check out “What’s New” in UFT Developer 15.0​ to see the complete list of features and technologies, or browse the full LeanFT Product Availability Matrix​ from our Online Help Center.

Wrap Up

Check out this amazing UFT Developer version:

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