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Coded UI Test Extension

The Coded UI Test Extension for DevExpress WinForms controls is an extension of Microsoft Coded UI Tests (CUIT), which allows you to create automated tests of the user interface. Using these tests, you can perform functional testing of the UI and validation of UI controls. As a UI tester, you perform an action on a control's UI and then check a control's state or value. If this control's state or value is invalid, the test fails. With Microsoft CUIT, you can record a test, add an assertion and then repeat testing automatically later at any time. More information on Microsoft Coded UI Tests can be found in MSDN.

The Coded UI Test Extension for DevExpress WinForms controls is an extension to Microsoft CUIT tailored to facilitate UI testing on DevExpress WinForms controls.

There are four levels of CUIT support. For majority of DevExpress WinForms controls, all four levels are supported, making the code generated by CUIT more readable and maintainable. See Supported Controls and Actions to learn more.

The following topics provide more information.

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