Test Automation for Windows and Linux
Imagine being able to track your manual and automated test results from a same place. Sounds cool right? With Test Collab not only you can do exactly that but also assign tests to human or machine with just a few clicks without messing up with a dozen APIs or doing custom code. The bottom line is:
- You create test and store them in your test case manager so other team members can run it.
- Few of these tests are automated too.
- But there is no easy way to keep track of automated results for each test. Okay, maybe your build server does that but then again you have to check test results at two different places: Test Case manager for manual test and Build server for automated test.
And to run manual test, you will assign an execution to your team. Similarly you will trigger a new build on your build server for running automated tests.
We know this is unproductive so we bring you our new improved remote executor.
For people who never read about remote executors yet, here’s a quick summary: Test Collab Remote Executor turns your machine into a test slave which is used to run automated tests. It posts all necessary info produced while testing to Test Collab server for analysis. Check the how-to screen cast here (little outdated) – it isn’t best explanation but will help you in a basic way. For further help, you can always reach our support team.
While we launched this quite a while back, but now we revamped the whole thing and added support for linux platform too. This is first stable release of our remote executor. Download here