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Structure of the Testup app


The Testup app has a clear structure.


On the first hierarchical level you find the projects.

Test cases

For every project you can define several test cases.


Everytime you run a test, TestUp automatically makes a recording. You’ll find them by clicking on the open-button on the testcase overview.

Recording Viewer

To inspect the recording in detail, you can click the view-button to see pictures of the recorded and run test.

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Create Test Case

After setting up new project you can see the empty testcase overview. As there is no test case recorded yet, the page is blank.

  1. Click on the top right.
  2. Enter Name of testcase.
    This will help you to keep the overview if you have several testcases in one project.
  3. Leave Predecessor field empty unless you want to extend your test.
    Possible Predecessors are the other test cases in this project and they are shown in the selection menu.
  4. Leave the System by default to test in Webbrowser.
  5. Enter the Url of the website you like to test.
  6. Choose the Dimensions of the device on which you’d like to test your website.
    If you don’t find a suitable device, set Width and Height according to your individual needs.
  7. Click on the top right to start recording the test.

Please notice

If you like to learn basic actions in the Editor before creating your first real test case, leave all setting by default. This will take you to Testup Playground.

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Getting Started

Testup is a visual test automation app. You don’t need any coding skills and we want you to have an easy start with our app.

After registration/login:

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In  please type in input data for your test case: name of the test, url (address of the website under test) and dimentions. There is a variety of test devices of your choice. Press  and start testing!

The Video gives you a short overview of how you can jump-start your website testing with Testup.

The Three Parts of the Editor

On the left side of the editor, you see the browser window of your website you like to test.

On the right, there is the list of checks and inputs.

Anchor Areas

You need to select an anchor area, which indicates that the website is correctly loaded and the next action can be performed.

Anchor areas are easyly recorded by selecting the desired area with the mouse.


By clicking the play button you execute the actrion(s). Then you can select the next area for a check.

If the Testup AI finds all recorded areas on the page, the page is good.

Clicking on a Button

A common command on webites is to perform a search on the site by clicking the search button. 

The precondition for the search is that the search button is visible on the site. To check this you can mark the area with the search button and schedule a click.

Clicking the play button searches the magnifying glass icon and clicks on it. The search input field will then appeare on the left.

Enter Text

If you want to enter text to a input field, you have to check first, ir that input field appeared. If so, you can send text keys to it. 

That means your test checks the search input field by selecting it as an anchor area. Then, you schedule a click and play the action. 

Then you can schedule text input simply by typing the text you want with your keyboard and press the play button. The text appears then in the input field.

Enter Special Keys

Entering special keys works in the same way as entering text. Just press the key and the command is recorded. 

But it is also possible to press one of the special keys in the insert section in the control center.

Pressing the play button will perform the action.

In this test the search results appear. 


In order to see the picture of the first item in full, you need to scroll. 

You can schedule a swipe in the test, just by swiping on the browser screen. 

Then you can check that the item is visible in full.