How this happens? Recording your actions, WebReplay creates controls similar to a GUI object map. This gives opportunity WebReplay to automatically adapt to changes so you don't have to modify the script if the web page layout changes.
According to the PRWEB, WebReplay's unique features are as follows:
Power Surfers can automate repetitive tasks on their frequently visited web sites, or extract web page text from any internet site.
- Web Developers can quickly run regression tests on their development web sites before QA handoff, thus saving an entire QA cycle and valuable resources.
- Web Analysts can use WebReplay combined with IEWatch to regression test web sites to make sure that all pages are sending the correct web analytics requests.
- System Administrators can log and analyze the page load times of entire web sites and quickly identify web page outages.
- Quality Assurance Engineers can use WebReplay to automate web applications and to perform functional and regression testing. The combination of WebReplay with IEWatch allows QA personnel to create highly reproducible tests while collecting HTTP information to track down hard to find bugs.
System requirements are simple: Microsoft Windows® 2000 or higher, and Internet Explorer 6 or higher, and costs US$ 169.00 per user license.