The number of vendors supporting Flex for testing continues to grow. Borland today is releasing SilkTest 2008 which can perform functional testing for Flex apps and SilkPerformer 2008 which can do load testing with AMF.
Good news for everyone!
Is Adobe working with smaller testing tool builders like PushToTest (http://www.pushtotest.com/) as well to add Flex testing to their tools?Their offering looks good since it’s free to certain amount of testing threads when you get the supported version. And reasonably priced for larger scale testing needs. Plus it is open source as well if you want to compile on your own.Compare this to the monolithic and very expensive tools that Borland and other big players provide.I think something like free and opensource PushToTest would be a pretty good match for the free and opensource Flex SDK.
We have reached out to various folks in the past. At this point everything is documented so anyone should be able to use the automation APIs to build a testing tool, open source or not. The Flex community needs to encourage any project (open or not) to support Flex, Adobe communication alone is insufficient.
Hi guys,If you are interested in load testing AMF/Flex applications, my company, Neotys, has just released the new version of NeoLoad that supports this protocol.NeoLoad supports Externalizable feature of AMF3, polling and streaming channels, …You can evaluate a free trial version here: http://www.neotys.comWe are very keen to get feedback from the community!Paul
The Flex community needs to encourage any project to support Flex, Adobe communication alone is insufficient
I agree with Matt that Adobe has done a good job with automation API.We created a Flex testing tool based on the API and I can tell you it works just great. Have a look at what we created: http://riatest.com
Want to know is there any open source performance testing tool that supports flex application (AMF 3)
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