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WinFeedback 4.3.0

WinFeedback is a Windows scripting extension for testing, monitoring and auto


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Total downloads: 547
  • Last Updated: Mar 24, 2009
  • License: Shareware $65
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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WinFeedback is a Development software developed by Thomas Borjeson. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for WinFeedback:

Edit By BS Editor: WinFeedback 4.0 is a Windows Scripting extension for testing, monitoring and automation purposes. It includes a Developer application that makes it easy to create and test new scripts. The enclosed sample scripts may be used as templates for customized solutions.

WinFeedback may be used for response timing, up-timing, automated functional testing, stress testing, health monitoring, task automation, input macros etc.

WinFeedback has an input recording and Playback function for automation scripts. The recorder captures user input by keyboard and mouse and generates the corresponding script Statements. The playback engine identifies the correct target object in Windows graphical interface and correlates the playback sequence with the needed processing time.

The WinFeedback engine is an ActiveX DLL that is developed in Visual Basic 6.0. WinFeedback objects are used as scripting components in VbScript. The Library contains more than 100 methods and properties and its primarily object is called TScript for Testing Script.

WinFeedback is based on Windows Application Interface and most functions are supported on all Windows platforms 9X/NT/2000/XP and on those "thin client"-platforms that are based on the Windows GUI.
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