MarathonITE includes inbuilt editors for various project resources.
The script editor is based on ACE – a high performance editor designed for web and integrated into MarathonITE using Java/FX™ WebView control. The script editor supports syntax highlighting not only for Ruby scripts, but also for other file formats. You can perform all normal operations for text editors like cut and paste, indenting, search and replace within the editor itself.
Object Map Configuration Editor
The Object Map Configuration editor allows you to easily modify the default properties used for creating object map entries while recording a test script. You can add/delete/modify various entries for containers as well as components from this editor interface.
Object Map Editor
While recording test scripts, MarathonITE makes entries into the object map. You can use the Object Map editor to modify the entries. Through this editor interface, you can edit the name and properties used for recognizing a component. You can also use the editor to create new entries in the object map.
Though most of the times, you use an external editor like Excel or LibreOffice to edit the CSV files used for data driven testing, MarathonITE also includes a CSV editor. You can use it for quickly editing existing data in the CSV files.
Test Suite Editor
You can group test scripts, features, stories and even suites themselves into a test suite. The test suite editor allows you to edit a test suite.
If you like to use BDD style grouping of test scrits, you can use Features and Stories. The feature editor allows you to edit a feature. You can add test scripts to a feature through the editor interface.
You can use MarathonITE to group your tests under issues. If you use an Issue Manager, you can use the issue manager pattern option in the project settings to link a test script to the corresponding issue in the issue manager. You can use the issue editor to modify the test scripts assigned to an issue. You can also change the status of an issue and provide a description to the issue from the editor.