T-Plan Robot

Works With Distributions
  • Android
  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • Mandriva
  • Moblin
  • openSUSE
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • SUSE Enterprise Linux
  • Ubuntu
  • Xandros
T-Plan Robot (formerly known as VNCRobot) is a universal black box automation and automated testing tool working on top of remote desktop technologies such as VNC. Developed on generic image based testing principles, it provides a human-like approach to software testing and it performs well in situations where other tools may fail. As a result of its open and carefully designed architecture, detailed documentation and open source model it is simple to adopt, integrate and customize. Major benefits of T-Plan Robot include: * Platform independence (Java). T-Plan Robot runs on, and automates all major systems, such as Windows, Linux, Unix, Solaris and certain mobile platforms. * Wide range of testable applications. As automation runs at the OS desktop level, the application technology is not relevant. The solution can automate Java, C++/C#, .NET applications, web applications (browser testing) and command line interfaces as well as processes usually considered impossible to automate, such as OS installation or mobile application testing. * Support of Java test scripts as well as a proprietary scripting language. * Record & Replay capability. * Support of testing over the RFB protocol (better known as VNC). * Ability to perform black box GUI testing of Windows Mobile applications directly on mobile phones (using PocketVNC). * Open sourced under GPL (except Enterprise features). * Easy to customize and integrate thanks to open architecture with a generic plugin interface and well documented programming interfaces. * Tight integration with T-Plan Professional 7.0 (Enterprise version only).
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