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Major Feature Enhancement Release BriefingWhat Is New In TestMaker 6.5Frank Cohen, +01 (408) 871-0122, fcohen@pushtotest.c...
Open Source Test AutomationSlides on Twitter‣ http://twitter.com/fcohen‣ Please retweet‣ Please follow me‣ #ost2
Open Source Test AutomationProduct RoadmapTestMaker 6.0                TestMaker 6.1               TestMaker 6.5          ...
Open Source Test AutomationAbout PushToTest‣ Our Mission: Test, To Make A More Reliable World‣ Make It Easier To Move From...
Open Source Test AutomationCollaborative App Testing‣ Collaborative testing enables teams of testers to  ‣ Create and shar...
Open Source Test AutomationTestMaker 6.5‣ Test Controllerlive results a whole new way to control tests and drill-  down in...
Open Source Test AutomationNew Controller Window‣ Shows Transaction Detail Down To Requests and Responses‣ Transaction Cou...
Open Source Test AutomationTestMaker Object Designer 2‣ Record Additional Steps To A Test‣ No Need For Expert Mode       •...
Open Source Test AutomationAdvanced Reports‣ A whole new Results Analysis Engine features:‣ 1200 New Reports‣ Collaborativ...
Open Source Test AutomationSlides on Twitter‣ http://twitter.com/fcohen‣ Please retweet‣ Please follow me‣ #ost10
Open Source Test AutomationWhere To Go From Here‣ Watch A Screencast and Tutorial  ‣ http://www.pushtotest.com/screencastc...
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PushToTest enhances overall TestMaker usability with powerful new features:
Test Controller Windows, a whole new way to control tests and drill-down into the live results
TestMaker Object Designer 2, a whole new quick way to record and playback Web application tests
New Results Analysis Options, log individual requests and responses for functional testing, store notes in charts, and combination reports that mix resource monitoring with transaction times
Test Object Repositories, efficiently reuse and version control tests among teams of users
Join the special live Webinar to see Frank Cohen, CEO and founder at PushToTest, demonstrate the new features and answer your questions.

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  1. 1. Major Feature Enhancement Release BriefingWhat Is New In TestMaker 6.5Frank Cohen, +01 (408) 871-0122, fcohen@pushtotest.com June 19, 2012
  2. 2. Open Source Test AutomationSlides on Twitter‣ http://twitter.com/fcohen‣ Please retweet‣ Please follow me‣ #ost2
  3. 3. Open Source Test AutomationProduct RoadmapTestMaker 6.0 TestMaker 6.1 TestMaker 6.5 TestMaker Cloud2011 2011 2012 2012 • Improved Test • Tabular Results Charts • Easier Test Controller • TestCards Operation Speed • Flex 4 In-Browser • Reports • Web Reports • Jasper Business Recording • Collaborative Charts • Web Controller Intelligence Reporting • TestMaker JAT for • Live Charts for Drill • Install-less Record/ • Test Object Designer Oracle Applications Downs Playback • Record/Playback • Citrix Applications • Test Object Repository • TestMaker • Firefox, IE, Safari, • TestCards Phase 1 • Share Test Object Designer Chrome, Opera Resources Web • Rally Integration • Open Source • Search • TestMaker Alternative to • Web Reports Editor Web HP QTP • Web Controller • Access Control • Web-based Reports • Adds Sahi, Flex • Bug Fixes • LDAP/Rally • TestCards for Large • Data and Object Scale Agile Test Enabled Management • HtmlUnit Viewer • Rally Integration
  4. 4. Open Source Test AutomationAbout PushToTest‣ Our Mission: Test, To Make A More Reliable World‣ Make It Easier To Move From Manual To Automated Testing‣ Support Advanced Testing, including Agile, Load, Integration‣ Open Source Testing (OST) For Everyone4
  5. 5. Open Source Test AutomationCollaborative App Testing‣ Collaborative testing enables teams of testers to ‣ Create and share test objects ‣ Orchestrate tests ‣ Run tests immediately or scheduled ‣ View the results ‣ Share comments on the results‣ All of this runs in a grid or cloud environment‣ TestMaker application or Web interface5
  6. 6. Open Source Test AutomationTestMaker 6.5‣ Test Controllerlive results a whole new way to control tests and drill- down into the Windows,‣ TestMakerWeb application testsa whole new quick way to record and playback Object Designer 2,‣ New Results Analysis Options ‣ Log individual requests and responses for functional testing ‣ Store notes in charts ‣ Combination reports that mix resource monitoring with transaction times‣ Test Object Repositories, efficiently reuse and version control tests6 among teams of users
  7. 7. Open Source Test AutomationNew Controller Window‣ Shows Transaction Detail Down To Requests and Responses‣ Transaction Counts‣ Live Drill-Down to view the results7
  8. 8. Open Source Test AutomationTestMaker Object Designer 2‣ Record Additional Steps To A Test‣ No Need For Expert Mode • Advanced features like looping and conditional execution are seamlessly integrated‣ Updated User Guide with many new TestMaker Object Designer Examples, including dynamic date objects and random numbers8
  9. 9. Open Source Test AutomationAdvanced Reports‣ A whole new Results Analysis Engine features:‣ 1200 New Reports‣ Collaborative Reporting Where Team Members Annotate Charts‣ Log individual requests and responses for functional testing‣ Combination reports that mix resource monitoring with transaction times9
  10. 10. Open Source Test AutomationSlides on Twitter‣ http://twitter.com/fcohen‣ Please retweet‣ Please follow me‣ #ost10
  11. 11. Open Source Test AutomationWhere To Go From Here‣ Watch A Screencast and Tutorial ‣ http://www.pushtotest.com/screencastcentral‣ Attend An Open Source Test Workshop ‣ http://workshop.pushtotest.com‣ Ask For A Proposal on Licenses, Training, Support, Consulting ‣ Call +01 408 871 0122, sales@pushtotest.com11
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