To answer my own question ;-) I will also be looking at Bad Boy http://www.badboy.com.au/
you need bad boy and Jmeter combination bad boy is incomplete without jmeter . Also not sure about windows authentication/Security Realm capability of badboy .
Hi there Jan,
You can use Firebug (most commonly used) for browser testing. Firebug is available through the firefox addons. This tool is heavily used to 'realtime' change css/html to see how Mendix apps will look when changing some css settings. The page is rendered instantly. Great for designing apps.
I had a quick look at iMacros once, a firefox add on: http://www.iopus.com/imacros/firefox/
Looks like it could work, but also looked like a programming job on it's own.
Also I talked to Mendix once asking them to support 'scripting' tools better by making elements and windows uniquely identifiable.
Here at Mendix we test the client itself using Selenium. We've implemented a bunch of higher level commands in Java actions which we then use in microflows to write tests. Once the set of Java actions is written, adding tests is easy.
Check MTF (Mansystems Test framework) op http://www.mansystems.com/nl/mansystems-test-framework/ Test application build on Mendix platform created to test Mendix apps
Best Regards, Marcel Janssen (06-12507538)