coded ui Chrome browser support
Chrome is a widely used browser and if coded ui can support chrome I think many companies who develop webbased applications will switch to coded ui
Cross Browser support has been added to Coded UI Test with the Visual Studio 2012 Update 1.
For more details, visit http://blogs.msdn.com/b/visualstudioalm/archive/2012/10/30/introducing-cross-browser-testing-with-coded-ui-tests.aspx
Shubhra Maji MSFT
Jolene Boumeester commented
Our application is build on Chrome. Without support for Chrome in MTM, we cannot use many of the features for which we purchased the tool.
Chuck Lazarr commented
I completely agree with David Sage's sentiments. Lack of support for Chrome, Safari, and antiquated support for Firefox is a significant barrier to adopting this technology. I'd call it a show stopper. Support for testing under the major mobile emulation environments would be a very useful addition as well.
Doug Gaar commented
All of our public facing website development for 2013 is being engineered for Chrome. We will have to re-evaluate codedui if the chrome support isn't there.
Waseem Bukhari commented
You guys are nearly Surprising.
Future is of smart phone, tablets n Advanced mobile computing. Either u should make IE compatible to run on Android and Iphones n pads or Develop the Courage to get this kind of feedback.
Thanks for Understanding boyziz
David Sage commented
Safari / Chrome and consistent FireFox support would be well received as well. The lack of support for these browsers is a massive failure in an otherwise excellent testing framework and 'we have APIs available for third parties to utilize' isn't really an adequate response.