Recording a test with the Endtest Chrome Extension

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The team from Endtest just released their own Chrome Extension.

You can use it to easily record your tests directly in the Chrome browser and then add them to your Endtest account.

This is currently the only test recorder on the market that can handle multiple tabs and iframes.

I also like the fact that it can write smart XPaths if it doesn't find a stable locator such as an Id or a Name.

In the video, you can see that creating a test for the Sign Up page on Airbnb and running it takes less than 3 minutes.

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