SAN JOSE: Appvance, Inc., the leader in DevOps unified testing and test automation has introduced codeless test creation for Java thick client applications. With no coding required, developers and testers can use our ground-breaking recording technology to test browser-based or stand alone Swing apps, AWT, SWT, Oracle forms, Oracle Fusion, Oracle Fuse, all J2ME CDLC-compliant apps, JAVA EE and many others. One set of recorded tests can be used for automated functional tests, performance tests, soak tests and synthetic APM with no code to write, debug or maintain.
“Testing Java thick client applications needs to be fast and easy,” said Appvance CEO, Kevin Surace. “Appvance has advanced the state of the art in automated testing to a new level for thousands of enterprises who create applications using the Oracle platform and other Java technologies.”
The deep and rich feature set includes unparalleled and detailed control of simulated users to provide the most realistic and comprehensive test scenarios. The latest release also provides industry-leading support for cloud and agile development. Appvance has combined load and performance testing seamlessly with a continuous integration process. A real-time analytics dashboard that enables users to quickly isolate and eradicate bottlenecks and issues while tests are running is a transformative breakthrough. Through Appvance’s Live Active Virtual Users real-time analytics dashboard, Appvance helps test teams isolate issues as they happen, down to the millisecond, as well as pause and resume while making changes. Testers also get complete stack traces, along with outputs and errors for active virtual users, so they can easily investigate and intricately assess error log details of active transactions.
Simulate millions of users at the UX level, on-demand, providing real transaction times right to the eye of the developer (including all client-side code), and run performance tests that mimic real-world user behavior, all while providing a secure and scalable product that can run in the cloud or on-premise.