User interface testing tries to determine correct application behavior by entering test data via its user interface, checking valid reactions thereafter. User interface testing usually may not prove proper implementation of software functions since the application under test is often tested as a black box. Tools used for this category of testing are frequently implemented as Capture-Replay tools.
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Tool for automated testing of applications with character-based interface, such as DOS programs and UNIX applications via Telnet client. Works only under Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2000. [Commercial, free limited version]
A solution for web developers and testers who want capture replay tool for their desktop. [Free and commercial license]
Eventcorder / Eventrobot
Records and plays back Windows events which can be edited. Playbacks can continue safely even when the driven application changes GUI and may run accelerated, repeatedly and via batch execution. Eventrobot is a scriptable tool to drive Eventcorder. [Free version, commercial advanced version]
Creators of MITS (Multiple Interface Testing Suite), a tool for testing the functionality of a system. It allows to simulate the user interface of a system regardless of its availability.
A software for automated cross platform and cross browser functional testing of web applications which also supports Ajax/DHTML. [Commercial, free evaluation version]
A GUI test automation framework for desktop, web and mobile applications, using standard programming languages such as C# and VB.NET. Offers tools for multiple environments, devices and software applications. [Commercial, free evaluation version]
A tool for automated GUI testing based on VNC technology which enables to program, verify and reproduce behavior of a remote computer via RFB protocol and generate a report. [Freeware]
Zephyr Automated Test Runner
Presents an automated functional and regression testing tool which tests any application, written in any language, that has a GUI. The programm is written in Python and its classes are detailed. [Open Source]
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