Ranorex Test Automation Tool ONLINE TRAINING

Ranorex Test Automation Tool Course Overview

Ranorex Test Automation Tool is a software testing tool that allows you perform functional testing on mobile, web or desktop applications. It supports many UI technologies that includes HTML, Java, C#, IOS, Flex/Flash, Android and Silverlight. Even the Ranorex Studio is made up of different tools offering their particular features. All tools are incorporated in the Ranorex Studio frame. The Ranorex Studio applications allow you to test software running the following platforms:

In addition to the technology Ranorex additionally supports:

To support the technology of the software under evaluation, Ranorex utilizes an instrumentation program that’s just like the plugin system employed by additional software. This gives specific features for your tech tested. There is for example an extension to set up if you would like to check a web application in Firefox or any files to include from the Java Swing and Java AWT software if you would like to check Java Swing and Java AWT software.

Ranorex allows you to deal with your test activity within an theory called alternative at which it’s possible to deal with your testing jobs. The job includes testing suites which are made up of testing scripts and code modules. A test package allows creating new test instances by blending existing automation modules. You might even specify worldwide parameters and statistics magnets to prepare data-driven test instances.

The testing scripts can be produced using Ranorex Recorder, however you might also compose your analyzing code independently for much more complicated needs. This will allow one for example to get evaluation code utilizing variables that allow running exactly the same code for different test cases. Ranorex testing code could be managed using Subversion and Team Foundation Server.

Ranorex tests may also be information driven, employing a simple internal information table or obtaining data from outside sources such as Excel documents, CSV files or SQL Databases.

Among those core strength of this Ranorex software is its own repository. This instrument provides a mapping between the user interface components of the tested program along with the testing frame. This decreases the attempts to keep your evaluations as the things to control in evaluation are identified right rather than just by their positioning on the consumer interface. In complicated systems, the components of this interface may be organized into folders, grouping for example each of the buttons. The repositories are saved in XML documents which may be edited and managed just like any other source code. A repository could be mechanically created during a recording session or manually populated. Ranorex Spy may also be utilized for this undertaking. Multiple repositories may be utilized if lots of software testers are operating on precisely the same job.


Ranorex Test Automation Course Objectives

Features of Ranorex evaluation automation tool:

  • GUI Object Recognition
  • It is fine if your match’s shape or colour varies… Ranorex will comprehend and discover your component anyhow.
  • Reuse code and action modules throughout multiple test instances with go & click functionality. This will help save you a great deal of time when altering multiple test cases.
  • Early Testament Locating
  • The little troublemakers which are hiding within your code do not have a opportunity. Ranorex’s insect monitoring feature and click on & go evaluation reports can allow you to eliminate bothersome and time-consuming errors.
  • Perhaps you’re currently utilizing a continuous integration program or operating with an evaluation management instrument? No Issue. Ranorex functions with numerous different tools.
  • Recording evaluations is that easy! Simply press the record button, then begin your own testing along with Ranorex remembers each one of the measures. Publish redundant steps using an easy-to-use picture editor.



  • Introduction
  • Tools and Agents
  • Licensing
  • Ranorex Studio

Collapse Projects

  • Test Suite Projects
  • Module Libraries
  • Naming Conventions

Collapse Test Suites

  • Editing Test Suites
  • Test Cases
  • Setup and TearDown

Collapse Recording Modules

  • Working with the Recorder
  • Mouse and Keyboard Actions
  • Validations
  • Additional Actions

Collapse Working with Data

  • Variables and Parameters
  • Using Data Sources

Collapse Running Tests

  • Configurations
  • Reports
  • Errors

Collapse Repositories

  • Editing the Repository
  • The RanoreXPath
  • Using the Spy
  • Tweaking Repositories

Collapse Advanced Modules

  • Recording Modules
  • Module Groups
  • Code Modules
  • Refactoring Modules

Collapse Enhancing Tests

  • Improving Object Recognition
  • Optimizing Test Speed