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Coded UI vs AutoIt

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hi,

we are evaluating Coded UI vs AutoIT.

if any one has used both of these tools. can you please suggest which one is better.

we are looking for following features in both.

 

Functional Criteria Record and Replay GUI Object recognition Create custom UI objects Ability to do Bitmap comparison Can tests be scripted Scripting language Comparison cabalibity between expected and actual Ability to capture actual images for objective evidence Generation of stubs, test drivers, mock objects MFC Support WPF Support Data driven Impact of screen resolution during test implementation/execution     Framework Ability to recover from test failures Debugging capability Easy interface/IDE to work with. easy to understand and implement logging information on executed test cases Ability to run on multiple test agents   Non-Functional Continuous integration – ability to run with each build Test Case reposirtory Multiple test suite execution Reporting capabilities (Good Pass/Fail/Statistics Reporting facility)   Ease of Use User friendliness (usability) Time to learn (for both casual and dedicated users)   System/hardware New Hardware needed Platforms   Vendor Support Warranty, maintenance and upgrade policy   e-mail support, phone support, user groups Customization support Availability of training, recommended training time, price Availability and access to tool user groups   Other Support from developers Unit Tests Possibility of doing Code Coverage Analysis Possibility of doing Performace testing

Possibility of doing White Box (API) testing

 

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I don't know Coded UI but I know AutoIt very well

and I think AutoIt doesn't meet your criteria in any way.

AutoIt is general purpose programming language and not finished tool for automatizing/testing.

You have to create your tool by yourself if you are skilled in programming/scripting.

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thanks for your response!

Can you please let us know following....

does AutoIt support following?

1) Generation of stubs, test drivers, mock objects 2) MFC Support 3) WPF Support

 

4) Ability to recover from test failures

 

5) Ability to run on multiple test agents

 

6) Continuous integration – ability to run with each build

 

7) Multiple test suite execution

 

 

Thanks

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

thanks for your response!

 

Can you please let us know following....

 

does AutoIt support following?

 

-snip-

 

 

Thanks

Seriously.. what project are you working on and what kind of responses are you expecting on these "detailed" questions?

Jos

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The questions make it feel like AutoIt is being compared to an IDE and not as a scripting language.

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