There are plenty of reasons to use Testim to create coded tests, but there are also specific cases we don't support. There are certain things we do not do well yet or may never do at all.
This means that things like React Native apps or native Windows apps are not supported in with the Testim Dev Kit.
While we offer features like "automatic test scheduling" in our codeless editor, the Dev Kit is geared towards organizations that are pushing more of their development practices into code. These organizations collaborate around distributed source code version control, automate builds with Continuous Integration (CI), etc.
If you are using
git and a continuous integration server you should be fine. If you are using another source control system that should also be no problem.
We do not store your git credentials due to security concerns.
We do support some pretty complicated tasks like canvas drag and drop paths, most rich text editors, and a lot of open-source stuff but if you wrote your own
content-editable rich text editor implementation - expect to write custom code in your app in order to use it with the Testim Dev Kit.
You can make it work, but recording code and Smart Locators may struggle in those cases.
While we support IE, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Edge as well as other Chromium-based browsers. Testim does not and will not support old versions of IE.
So for example, if you need to support IE9 - we warmly recommend "plain" Selenium.
Updated 6 months ago