Applies to TestLeft 4.10, last modified on May 28, 2019

This topic describes the changes introduced in TestLeft 4.10. For information about the changes in other versions of TestLeft, see TestLeft Version History.

Visual Studio 2019 Support

You can create TestLeft tests in Visual Studio 2019 and test applications created in this Visual Studio version.

New Supported Versions and Controls

  • Support for Java 11. You can now use TestLeft to create and run automated tests for Java applications created with Java 11. Note that since this version, Java no longer supports the applet and Web Start functionalities.

  • Support for Electron 4-5. You can now create and run automated tests for Electron-based applications created with Electron version 4.0.2, 5.0.0.

  • Better support for Electron controls. Now TestLeft can recognize WebView controls and provide access to their content.

  • Support for the recent versions of web browsers:

    • Mozilla Firefox 66 and 67

    • Google Chrome 74

  • Support for EO.WebBrowser. You can now create and run automated tests for EO WinForms and EO WPF applications created with EO.WebBrowser version 2019.0.69.0.

  • Support for Edge-based WebBrowser. You can now use TestLeft to create and run automated tests for applications that have the Edge-based WebBrowser control.

  • Support for the latest available CEF version: 73.0.3683. You can now create and run tests against desktop applications using this and earlier versions of the Chromium Embedded Framework control.

  • Support for Qt controls version 5.12.

More

  • The AutoUpdate.exe helper file that TestLeft uses to install patches and updates has been renamed to aqAutoUpdate.exe.

  • We’ve also fixed a number of bugs reported by our customers.

See Also

Introducing TestLeft
TestLeft Version History

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