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Newsletter for End of Year 2022

Welcome to End of Year testRigor Newsletter!

As we wrap up 2022 and head into 2023, we’d like to thank all our customers for your continuous support! We’ve released many new features driven by the desire to better serve our users, and we couldn’t have done this without your input.


Greatest Hits

Here’re the most popular topics that attracted the most traffic on our website this year:

CSS Selector vs XPath: Your Pocket Cheat Sheet

Selenium Alternative

Record and Playback With Selenium IDE: How Do You Implement It?

Test Against Every Browser with testRigor’s Cross-browser Testing

How to Generate, Manage and Use Test Data to Achieve the Best Results


Check out the testRigor blog!

Here are some new articles:

New features are being rolled out every week!

Below is the list of our latest releases. Note: full descriptions are available in Zendesk to our paid customers only at this time.

Auto-scroll control for Validations

We added a new setting to support scrolling automatically to the first anchor when using relative locations.

  • It can be found in Settings->Speed Optimizations->Performance

Database Support

We added support for Mongo DB to our database integration. Now you can connect to these types of databases and query them using any supported command as specified on https://www.mongodb.com/docs/manual/reference/command/

Auto-apply Rules

It is now possible to limit the number of times a rule is automatically applied.

  • To enable it, create a reusable rule and click Fields related to auto-apply rules and auto-discovery.
  • Enable the Auto apply on every step of every test case checkbox after which a Define the maximum number of times the rule can be applied checkbox will become visible.

Enable the option to Define the maximum number of times the rule can be applied and select the maximum number of times you desire for this rule to be executed in any given test case in the Apply at most field.

Downloaded File Content

Users can now extract the text from downloaded file content and save it as a text variable with the following syntax.
check that file was downloaded and save text as "file_text_1"

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