FAQs for Rapise
Below are some frequently asked questions for Rapise.
Q. What are the main features of Rapise?
Rapise offers the following features:
Learn and Go functionality for rapidly creating test scripts
Adobe AIR, Flex and Flash support
Keyword and data-driven testing using MS-Excel spreadsheets
Support for Telerik, DevExpress and Infragistics controls
Built-in Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for bitmap apps
Windows (.NET, Win32, WPF) and Web Application testing
Cross-browser testing with IE, Firefox and Chrome
Powerful integrated reporting capabilities
Integrates with SpiraTest for enterprise test management
Support for web service testing
Qt Framework support
Java, JavaFX and SWT support
Support for Web frameworks such as GWT, YUI, jQuery
Q. How much does Rapise cost?
We have the following pricing information for Rapise:
Starting from: $899.00
Pricing model: One-time License
Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)
Q. Who are the typical users of Rapise?
Rapise has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profits, Public Administrations, Small Business
Q. What languages does Rapise support?
Rapise supports the following languages:
Q. What type of pricing plans does Rapise offer?
Rapise has the following pricing plans:
Free Trial, One-time License
Q. Does Rapise support mobile devices?
Rapise supports the following devices:
We do not have any information about what devices Rapise supports
Q. Does Rapise offer an API?
Yes, Rapise has an API available for use.
Q. What other apps does Rapise integrate with?
Rapise integrates with the following applications:
Q. What level of support does Rapise offer?
Rapise offers the following support options:
FAQs, Forum, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Phone Support, Video Tutorials
Review by: Phil C. November 01, 2015
My experiences as a professional tester using Rapise, Spira software by Inflectra
Rapise the ability to initially record basic automation sequences and then generate code. The code can then be integrated with Java Script which makes the whole script extremely powerful. The learned objects can be overwritten with xpath specific values within the script providing the ability to construct dynamic object references.
Basically you can make your automated script as basic or as complicated as you like, there is nothing that I have not been able to construct so far! java script is a well documented language and information is widely available easily on the internet, should you have something specific that you need to do!
In the past I have used Quality center. So my comments are based with this in mind. Spira is easy to use and offers all the functionality that I have been used to. This product can run your Rapise automated scripts and will log and document the results etc in the same way as manual scripts are. I like ease of using this product and the considerable cost saving against using Quality center
An addition to the comments above, the responses, help and support I have had from Inflectra have easily been the highest I have ever had.
I have found the integration with Spira and Rapise to run automated tests problematic. It does work but is not the easiest to get working.
What business problems are you solving? What benefits have you realized?
I have been testing new upgrades to existing eCommerce web sites. This has given me the opportunity to write single scripts that can easily be run in Chrome, IE, FireFox by simply selecting the required browser. We also host these web sites in four countries, therefore, I was able to use a spreadsheet containing country specific labels and use a simple variable in my script to select which country labels I would use.