AscentialTest already has the capability of integrating with defect tracking, version control and continuous integration tools. We look forward to offering all of those same great features with Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server and Azure.
AscentialTest is already integrated with Subversion to streamline the process of checking out, checking in and merging changes to your test components to support collaboration for both small and large teams. Soon we’ll be offering those same great features for GitHub.
Customers rely on AscentialTest to run their web-based tests on Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer without having to make any changes. Soon we’ll be extending that support for Microsoft’s latest Edge browser.
Mobile Platform Support
AscentialTest provides broad GUI support including Windows, DotNet, PowerBuilder, Java, Web, Pdf and Terminal. We’re looking forward to extending that support to include apps running on your iOS and Android based mobile devices.
Although AscentialTest already integrates with continuous integration tools through our command line interface, we want to make it even easier to execute tests through Jenkins. Look for an AscentialTest Jenkins plug-in soon.