Infragistics release IG Test Automation 2016.2
News|by Leanne Bevan|2 February 2017
Test Automation provides peace of mind. When developing with the Infragistics controls, you can easily implement automated testing of the user interface and produce higher-quality releases.
The latest version of Infragistics IG Test Automation comes with a range of improvements; there is a new control for Windows form, Ultra Office Nav Bar, which among a variety of capabilities, enables simple navigation between different views of the same data meaning you can show your users different presentations so that they can choose the one that works best for them.
The colour-selecting experience has been redesigned to make the user interface more modern and customisable, and with regards to the WPF controls, the new xamCategoryChart charting control makes visualising category data much easier. Furthermore, the WPF controls suite has been enhanced with the addition of the “Select All” option on the Field Chooser, simplifying the Field Layout process. The xamDataGrid has been improved more flexible and rich filtering capabilities.
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