The most important commands used in eValid

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The most important commands used in eValid

Postby LizRog » Mon Sep 30, 2019 8:44 am

Morning.

eValid has some interesting commands built-in the product.

However, I would like to know out of all the command(s) in your product which do you think is the most important among them?

Thanks
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Re: The most important commands used in eValid

Postby eValid » Tue Oct 01, 2019 12:21 pm

LizRog wrote:Morning.

eValid has some interesting commands built-in the product.

However, I would like to know out of all the command(s) in your product which do you think is the most important among them?

Thanks


Thank s for the compliment...much appreciated LizRog.

While there are many eValid commands that our "favorite" there are two that solve the most problems in practical web application testing:

(1) The ability to search the DOM for a specific index wherein some property name takes on a particular value.

There are two variations of this command:

IndexFindElement
IndexFindElementEX

(2) The ability to hold back execution of a test playback based on arrival of some event or completion of some DOM element's property of a particular name taking on a particular value.

There are two variations of this command:

SyncOnSelectedObjProperty
SyncOnNot SelectedObjProperty

In a way, these commands represent the essence of the eValid solution, that is, the enablement of a browser for testing using native capability in the right way.


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