Kantu Browser Automation Selenium IDE
Kantu for Chrome is a modern Selenium IDE plus additional features, open-source
Record and replay web macros with this free and open-source Chrome extension for web browser automation. The extension is an easy to use web macro recorder for web developers, web testers and especially for general web automation and form filling.
Download: Kantu Selenium IDE (Link goes to Chrome Web Store)
This short screencast demos how to automate form filling on our online ocr website with Kantu. We record the macro, insert a PAUSE (3 seconds) command manually and then replay the macro twice.
Kantu for Chrome is powered by Selenium IDE compatible commands
Kantu Example Macro
|ocr.space chinese ocr|
Screenshot: Kantu for Chrome in action.
Import test cases from the Firefox Selenium IDE
In Kantu, select the (gear icon) and then "Import HTML". The HTML format is compatible to the classic Firefox Selenium IDE. And "Export HTML" allows you to save test cases in a format that can be read by the Firefox Selenium IDE.
Web Testing with Test Suites
Kantu for Chrome supports creating test suites. You can build them visually on the test suites tab, by selecting the test cases (macros) from the drop-down. You can also specify how often each macro runs (loops).
Once the test suite is completed, a test report summary is written to the log area. The success of each test case is also indicated visually.
Test Report Start Time: Mon Dec 18 2017 10:23:34 GMT+0100 (W. Europe Standard Time) Overall status: OK, Runtime: 40.44s Macro run: 3 Success: 3 Failure: 0 Macro executed: DemoDragDrop (OK, Runtime: 14.03s) DemoGotoIf (OK, Runtime: 8.25s) DemoStoreEval (OK, Runtime: 17.85s)
Kantu as free and open-source iMacros alternative
Kantu's open-source web automaton extension is a good alternative to iMacros. It can automate the same web tasks, and it can even do things that iMacros can not do, such as making if/then/else decisions or combine web macros in test suites. Soon, Kantu will be available on Firefox Quantum as well. Then it will be also an alternative to iMacros for Firefox, which does not support the new Firefox Quantum releases. Switching from iMacros to Kantu should be a smooth experience. If you find workflows that Kantu can not automate yet, please let us know so that we can add support for them. If you are on Windows, you will also find the free Community Edition of the image-driven Kantu Web Automation test and process automation tool very useful. This tool is a modern Windows app and should not be confused with the Kantu browser extension described on this page.