WET Web Tester is a web testing tool that drives an IE Browser directly and so the automated testing is done to a user would drive the web pages. The tool allows a user to perform the functions of the application of the application by clicking on the text, clicking on the button, and clicking on the button. One may also perform various checks as part of the testing process by using Checkpoints. The latest version of WET is 1.0.0. WET sits on top of Watir, an automated test tool which uses the Ruby scripting language. WET retains all the features that make table objects, Object depot (aka object repository), and inbuilt Html reporting
WET started off as an Extension Toolkit to Watir, a framework for Web testing, released as an open source product and called it as WET (Watir Extension Toolkit).
A UI Test automation is conventionally done by using a record and playback technique or by scripting completely. Be it a total scripting, record and playback or the Proxied UI solution, each comes with its own benefits and liabilities. One advantage of the Proxied UI technique is that it gives control to the test to decide how much of a generation. how much of handwritten scripts. This is a decision that needs to be made based on the test and under the test. In a good project, there should be a proper mix between these techniques so that the benefits of each technique can be availed.