Testing iFrame in TestCraft
Have you ever tried capturing an iFrame in a recorder? If you have, you must know there’s an obvious problem – it doesn’t work.
In TestCraft iFrames are a non-issue
There is nothing you need to know or do, in order to test iFrames in TestCraft. It simply just works.
In contrary to other automated testing solutions, recorders primarily, that are unable to record actions within iFrames, TestCraft can. How may you ask?
TestCraft is not injecting its code to the page but “hovers” above it, and its test elements are generated as full-fledged models (Selenium-code based) that rely on a multitude of attributes to define and later use each element.
Another great advantage is that the model created can then be edited – you don’t need to record all over again, you can simply drag & drop, add/delete, or change what has already changed in the app.
How to Test iFrames in TestCraft?
Simply include the iFrame as a part of the flow and it will be tested.