Ranorex Recorder Types
The Ranorex Recorder enables its client to record the console and mouse activities essential for a UI test. It is an extremely powerful device for codeless improvement of computerized test contents. It is generally simple to learn and can be utilized for testing the majority of the applications we utilize. It is relatively easy to learn and can be used for testing all of the applications we use. There are two chronicle types accessible in Ranorex Recorder.
1) Integrated Recorder
2) Stand-alone Recorder
In this type, after creating a new project you will get an empty recording module opened in your working environment and you get active recording module with name Recording1 and extension “rxrec”. In Integrated Recorder you additionally gain power board with every single accessible component. It enables you to catch all screen movement and client activities.
Ranorex likewise gives a stand-alone Recorder and it very well may be begun freely from Ranorex Studio. To begin stand-alone recorder open the Windows Begin menu at that point click Ranorex and select “Ranorex Recorder 8” and begin the stand-alone Recorder in the coveted form (32 or 64 bit).
Integrated versus stand-alone Recorder:
Both Recorder forms are indistinguishable in their essential usefulness. Be that as it may, the stand-alone Recorder has fewer highlights. That is the reason we suggest that you utilize the integrated Recorder. One noteworthy distinction is that the stand-alone Recorder does not permit client code activities, which are famous in computerized testing. The stand-alone Recorder additionally utilizes an installed vault naturally. This can be constraining when managing more mind-boggling testing errands.