No. Sencha Studio provides a streamlined workflow for creating tests, but you may use another editor or IDE if desired.
No, Sencha Test is a standalone product and has its own license terms.
The product has a term-based license which includes maintenance and support. It has 1, 2, or 3 year terms. You can purchase 1 year term from the webstore and 2 or 3 years can be purchased by contacting Sales.
Enterprise software is turning to a term-based model. As a customer, you get more value from term-based licenses because you can vary the number of licenses based on your team size growing and shrinking.
No, Sencha Test is only available with a term-based license.
When you buy a 2 year term license and pay in advance, you get a 5% discount. When you buy a 3 year term license and pay in advance, you get a 10% discount. You also get volume discounts if your purchase is more than $50,000. By signing up for a multi-year term, you can lock in the introductory pricing for up to three years.
Yes, if you are writing and running unit tests and doing application development, you need a license for Ext JS as well as for Sencha Test. Test automation engineers who are not doing any application development work do not need a license for Ext JS.
No, that’s not necessary. Sencha Test has a built-in editor with code completion capabilities that helps you write tests much faster.
Sencha Support is included with all Sencha Test purchases, giving you access to our expert technical support team. Forty x-credits come with each seat that you buy.
Yes. A comprehensive training program is available that addresses the basics of writing Jasmine tests and advanced, complex tests using Sencha Test.