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With the release of iMacros 11.5, you can now convert your macro code to Java Selenium WebDriver code directly from the iMacros Editor. Web testers should be happy to know that they can use any flavor of iMacros (for Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer) to record elements on a webpage and then easily export the

iMacros for Firefox 9.0.3 Released

Friday, 12 August 2016 by

This version is a major upgrade to iMacros for Firefox and represents a significant milestone to maintain compatibility with the Firefox browser. Specifically, only iMacros 9 and later is compatible with the new Multiprocess Windows support (also known as Electrolysis, or e10s) available in Firefox 48 and later. If you are using the latest Firefox

iMacros for Chrome 8.4.4 Released

Monday, 20 June 2016 by

With this release, the youngest member of the iMacros add-on family continues to play catch up with its older siblings and adds support for the following features: EVENT recording mode, CSS selectors for tagging elements. EVENT mode provides a different way for iMacros to automate web elements that the conventional TAG command may have difficulties

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Today’s update to iMacros for Firefox provides compatibility with the upcoming release of Firefox 46. Did you know that iMacros is part of the Ipswitch family of products? To better introduce our users to Ipswitch, we’re highlighting some of the tools and solutions that are used and trusted by IT professionals all over the globe

iMacros 11.1 was released today with a focus on further refining some of the enhancements introduced in iMacros 11. This point release includes improvements to the new download manager introduced in the iMacros 11 browser, better support for encrypted macro files (Enterprise Edition), better compatibility with Kaspersky Anti-Virus, along with a number of defect fixes.

Using Firefox Nightly “Electrolysis” (e10s)? Then test the new iMacros for Firefox version! If you are a Firefox power user that uses always the latest and greatest version of the open-source browser, then we have good news for you: iMacros for Firefox V9.00 Beta is here. This version is a major upgrade to add compatibility with

iMacros 11 launched yesterday. V11’s new features and improvements extend iMacros’ technology lead in recording against more websites and more web control interactions than anyone else. New EVENT command to help automate JavaScript-heavy sites and recording tricky page elements like: Drag and Drop events, Slider control manipulation, Date and time selection from Date Picker controls

iMacros for Chrome V8.3.4 was released today. This release includes a great new feature – support for the ONDOWNLOAD command. Now you can automate file downloads in Chrome, too! The release also includes a number of defect fixes and minor enhancements. If you have iMacros for Chrome installed, your extension will auto-update in the next hours.

Using iMacros with JMeter, you can perform load tests with 100% realistic testing data to accurately reflect true end-user experiences. Most load testing tools simulate only the server side traffic that is generated by the browser at the HTTP layer. iMacros makes the difference by testing the complete web application inside the browser on the

Microsoft’s first Microsoft Browser Web Summit was held in Mountain View last week. It was a well organized and informative event. As our iMacros add-on lives in the IE, Firefox and Chrome web browsers, my specific interest was in how and when we can create extensions for new the Edge browser. Here is what I found

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