Pamela Gillaspie - 31 October 2016
For a lot of testing tools, the question of AngularJS support is complicated. Depending on your source, you’ll get something between a no and a sort of; which is why I’m happy to give eggPlant Functional an unequivocal yes.
eggPlant Functional doesn’t need an AngularJS extension. For code-level tools, a new development framework requires a new test framework. However, because eggPlant Functional works by finding elements on the screen instead of in your code, there is absolutely no difference between testing AngularJS and any other web technology.
It’s all the same to a user– and to eggPlant. While AngularJS code can feel a little magical, for better or worse, it doesn’t change the functionality of your application– which means that it doesn’t change your eggPlant Functional testing.
If you’re struggling with the functional testing of your AngularJS application, please contact us and let us show you how easy it is with eggPlant.