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See How TestMaker 6 Works For You

Step 1

Install on Windows, Mac, and Linux desktops. Click the File menu to create a new Functional Test.

TestMaker 6 Console
Step 2

Define the test workflow. For example, repurpose existing Selenium test scripts that test a Web marketing campaign application. Data-enable the test scripts to use data from a comma-separated-value (CSV) file.

Test Scenario
Step 3

Create a new test script object by clicking the Design button. The TestMaker Object Designer records test scripts in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera. Data-enable the test object with easy drag-and-drop operation.

TestMaker Object Designer
Step 4

Run the test in a TestNode service on your local computer, a grid of servers in your QA lab, in Cloud Environments, or both! Watch the results.

Functional Test Results
Step 5

Repurpose the Selenium test script to be a load and performance test. It only takes one click!

Load Test
Step 6

Then watch the results show how close your application is to linear scalability!

Load Test Results
Step 7

Learn the root cause of the performance bottleneck in the test results charts.

Test Results