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New feature: loops
The latest Usetrace release lets you loop your trace steps.
From Codecentric: Next generation test automation with Usetrace
Thomas Jaspers from Codecentric writes about codeless and cloud-based end-to-end testing.
UI testing tip: clicking element by its text content
Recent Usetrace feature lets you locate an element by its text content.
Testing dynamic web content with variables
This new feature lets you create and use variables and test dynamic web page content.
Tip: how to fix “locators did not match any elements…”
How to fix automated UI tests quickly when the layout of the application under test changes.
Give every team member access to automated tests
Latest Usetrace release lets teams to share automated tests easily, reducing communication overhead and easing tester-developer cooperation.
Reports help keep track of your product status
Usetrace's reports tell you how to update your traces to keep your build stable. See what a report consists of and how you use it.
What Is a Trace and What Can It Do for Me?
A Trace is a key concept in successfully testing your website with Usetrace. Find out what a trace is, how it works and what it can do for you (and what not).
How to setup automated testing for your agile process with Usetrace
In this howto we will guide you through integrating Usetrace to your team’s development process.