LeanFT = QTP/UFT + Continuous Integration + Agile + Opensource in the HP world


Can you believe that HP has come up with this new tool/plugins that they call LeanFT, obviously the name suggests that it's the lean way of doing functional testing. Let's see what they claim:

Key Highlights and what's good:


  1. Automation in Java or C# - definitely something that most automation folks were looking forward to
  2. Compatible with UFT's object Identification engine- hmm :)
  3. Continuous Integration - Has integration with Jenkins 
  4. Supports BDD tools like Cucumber/Jbehave
  5. Integration with SCM tools like Git/SVN
  6. IDE would be your standard Eclipse / TFS
  7. Same reporting as before but with all of the above
  8. Unit testing frameworks like JUnit/ Nunit
  9. Integration with other HP tools -  HP Application Lifecycle Management, HP Quality Center, and HP Mobile Center.
Interesting fun facts:
  • QTP's Object spy from Visual studio/Eclipse
  • Free license if you already have the UFT 12.5 license
  • customized html reports
Release Date: July 2015 along with UFT 12.5 and BPT 12.5

Source : HP Discover























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  2. Thanks so much Ady for the detailed info :)

    Regards,
    Gaurav Sapra

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    1. Cheers Mate! Glad you found it useful.

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  3. Hi Aditya,

    Glad to see your post on LeanFT. It would also be helpful to your readers who use HP UFT (HP Testing Tool suite) to know about QuickLean - An automated migration tool which helps convert test assets in HP UFT to HP LeanFT. You can get more details on www.quick-lean.com or email quicklean@gallop.net for details.

    Cheers!
    Subhendu

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    1. Thanks Subhendu,
      I like the information and look forward to seeing this in action.

      Best Regards,
      Ady

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  4. eswar5/8/15

    Hi ady, please say... Whether LeanFT is alternative to Selenium all components or to Selenium WEbdriver only?
    And it is allowing java but where is scope of non-windows platforms compatability...

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    1. Hi Eswar,

      LeanFT works straight out of Eclipse or TFS, which implies you have Java/C# as your programming language. It uses selenium as its API for web applications and UFT as its API for thick client apps.

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