What's new in UFT Pro (LeanFT) 14.00
LeanFT is now supported on Linux and Mac
You can now create and run your LeanFT tests on Linux and Mac environments.
- Designing LeanFT tests for web applications in Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA using the LeanFT IDE plugin (including the Object Identification Center, Application Models, and more)
- Running LeanFT Web, SAPUI5, and mobile tests and reviewing the results in the LeanFT run report
Automating and running web application tests on the Safari browser (on Mac)
For a list of use cases that are not yet or are partly supported in Linux and Mac, see Cross-platform feature support.
LeanFT support for Selenium for improved Web automation
LeanFT now embraces Selenium, a leading open-source solution, by simplifying and improving its test creation and maintenance.
LeanFT support for Selenium includes:
- IDE templates for Selenium-based projects in Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA
- An extended Selenium Java SDK with additional locators and utilities
A Selenium-specific Object Identification Center for creating robust WebDriver-based identifications easily and efficiently
For more details, see LeanFT for Selenium.
We've extended our parallel testing capabilities to include the following scenarios:
Mobile web browsers: Safari on iOS and Chrome on Android
For more details, see Run parallel tests in LeanFT.
LeanFT licensing changes
With version 14.00, LeanFT is consolidated under the UFT brand umbrella, which includes the following license editions:
- UFT Ultimate
- UFT Enterprise
- UFT Pro (LeanFT)
This change does not affect the functionality entitlement of your existing licenses. For more details, see our main product page at https://saas.hpe.com/software/uft.
When upgrading to 14.00, both UFT and LeanFT licenses are automatically renamed to the new editions.
Additionally, LeanFT now supports using the UFT Runtime Engine license to run your LeanFT tests.
Terminal Emulator support
LeanFT can now test terminal emulators.
The Terminal Emulator Add-in provides test objects, methods, and properties, which can be used when testing applications (controls) on terminal emulators.
For more information, see Run tests on terminal emulators (Windows only).