Archive for August 29th, 2007

Automated Software Testing with PowerShell and PowerGUI

PowerShell is great for automated software testing. We all know that and some of us even have some experience doing that. However, wouldn’t it be great to have a UI console to manage and run the individual test scripts?

Now you have one!

UI Console for Automated Software Testing based on PowerShell

This PowerGUI-based console allows you to:

  1. Run selected/all/based on criteria test scripts.
  2. See results, last run time, modification time, error messages.
  3. Filter and sort by any of the aforementioned properties.
  4. Add new test scripts.
  5. Edit test scripts.
  6. Copy test scripts to serve as models for new scripts.
  7. Delete scripts.
  8. Produce reports.
  9. Schedule tests for regular automated runs.

You can watch the automated software testing demo and download (absolutely free) the testing console at PowerGUI.org.

Enjoy and let me know if you have any feedback/feature requests!

Dmitry

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