Hi, We have released a free Watir version of our WebRecorder product that creates Ruby Watir code. WebRecorder is an IE based tabbed browser which records activity to create Ruby/Watir scripts for automating/testing web applications in Internet Explorer. More details and a download here: http://www.mjtnet.com/watir_webrecorder.htm Kind Regards, Marcus Tettmar Tel: +44 8700 684 523 | Mob: +44 7976 691 276 Skype: marcustettmar | Web: http://www.mjtnet.com/
on 2006-02-13 16:18
on 2006-02-13 16:35
Marcus, This looks quite good. Is this "free for now" or "free forever"? Keith L.
on 2006-02-13 16:48
Hi, The Watir version of WebRecorder is, and will remain, freeware. Marcus On Mon, 13 Feb 2006 14:35:49 +0000, Keith L. wrote: >> We have released a free Watir version of our WebRecorder product >> Tel: +44 8700 684 523 | Mob: +44 7976 691 276 >> Skype: marcustettmar | Web: http://www.mjtnet.com/ >> ----------------------------------------------------------------- >> Save time, solve problems and simplify your work with Macro >> Scheduler, The Windows Automation Solution and Swiss Army Knife >> of IT Professionals Kind Regards, Marcus Tettmar Tel: +44 8700 684 523 | Mob: +44 7976 691 276 Skype: marcustettmar | Web: http://www.mjtnet.com/
on 2006-02-13 17:16
GREAT! I am consulting on a testing engagement where they REALLY need this, but budgeting for another tool (they already have Rational Robot) would be politically impossible. Thanks for releasing this - this will make life easier on a lot of folks! Keith
on 2006-03-27 19:37
I just noticed that unfortunately this WebRecorder is no longer available for download. I was hoping to give it a try. - Mark
on 2006-03-29 23:40
You can also try SW Explorer Automation (www.webunittesting.com). The program creates an automation API for any Web application which uses HTML and DHTML and works with Microsoft Internet Explorer. The Web application becomes programmatically accessible from any .NET language. SWEA API provides access to Web application controls and content. The API is generated using SWEA Visual Designer. SWEA Visual Designer helps create programmable objects from Web page content.
on 2006-03-30 07:51
email@example.com wrote: > > I've got to say that this is the exact same response to my request for gems that could aid with screen-scraping - word for word the same. I can only conclude that alef_f_il is a sales person for this software and is promoting it whenever anything regarding watir/scraping etc comes up Kev
on 2006-03-31 09:10
I am not a sales person. SWExplorerAutomation was developed by me. You can do much more and with less efforts with SWExplorerAutomation than with Watir. BTW. You don't have to buy SWEA to use it. Good luck with Watir and Ruby!