To remedy across-the-board setbacks during element location, team FireFlink-Finder has invested years together to clear away all element location impediments in the industry. After proving all-around UI element location reliability, FireFlink-Finder is now a celebrated helping hand in the test automation community.

FireFlink-Finder will take the ultimate ownership of your element location processes. With FireFlink-Finder, users can build a massive element repository with just a few clicks. An all-in-one, indigenous intelligent element identification tool that recognizes elements in the most optimal way throughout, for all – Web, Android, & iOS types of software applications.

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The hunt for UI elements is generally a paramount procedure that determines the functionality of any automation test script. Needless to say how tiresome and time-consuming the process frankly is. The testers ought to understand several UI element location strategies that again require time & training.

X-Path strategy single-handedly demands deep HTML (tags) understanding, to carry out element locations that are free of faults. All said and done, if a tester is skillful in determining X-Paths, the dynamic demand of applications with shifting UI in the booming technology makes the task even more challenging and inconsistent.

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Frequently Asked Questions

FireFlink-Finder populates the element’s name & its respective type automatically. As soon as the user selects or records the desired list of elements, the captured UI elements will directly be stored under the elements section. Once the user clicks on the elementsbutton, the user will see all the recorded UI elements and the details containing the element’s name, element type, and also the list of locator values of the selected element.

FireFlink-Finder works with & without user log-in. If the user does not wish to log-in they can directly have the recorded element list exported from FireFlink-Finder tool to a document format for further use.

If the User is logged-in to FireFlink-Finder;

  1. They will be navigated to the landing page of FireFlink-Finder, enter the desired URL (for web UI element location), FireFlink-Finder will load the webpage for the entered URL. Click on the Start Recording Elements button to initiate the recording process.
  2. Click on the elements that are to be recorded. All the recorded elements will directly be sent to the Elements section.

Whenever the user captures a new element, the count of the elements button will be increased. The Elements button display the captured elements along with their details such as element name, locator type, and locator values.

Certainly! the locators captured can be removed and modified in the tool itself. Once the user captures the elements using FireFlink-Finder; the captured elements will be stored under the Elements

Clicking on the Elements button will display the specifics of the elements containing the Element name, locator type, and locator value. Right next to the locator value, we will be having locator’s dropdown. Clicking on that dropdown we will be able to see all the locators. Upon hovering the mouse on any locator we will get an option to delete, modify and copy the locator values.

Yes, FireFlink-Finder’s primary agenda is to provide overall element location reliability regardless of the element type. Meaning, the UI elements can be of the web, android or the iOS kind, this tool will deliver complete element location assistance with the most optimal locator values for all software applications. Additionally, FireFlink Finder also takes care of dynamic kind of UI elements.

FireFlink-Finder will support its users even when they are not logged-in! They can export locators from FireFlink-Finder tool to Excel, POM, CSV, & Property files. FireFlink-Finder provides an export feature. For this, once the elements are captured, click on the element button; Here, users will see the details of captured elements. After selecting the checkbox that is next to the captured element, the export button will be enabled. By clicking on the export button, users get an option to choose the place and type for the export process.

FireFlink-Finder has an in-built browser embedded which simplifies the process of UI element capturing. FireFlink-Finder will function well even if the user does not have a browser installed. This feature helps users to avoid referring any other compatible browsers during the entire element location timeline.

Once the locators have been captured from the FireFlink Finder; the user can transfer the elements directly to any particular project’s element repository under a specific page using simple steps.

FireFlink-Finder is a tool, independent of the browsers. FireFlink-Finder provides an inbuilt browser that executes all the services of an external browser.

Needless to download any kind of plugins for different browsers.