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C#/.NET web test automation full-featured framework

Atata 3.1.0 is Released

April 30, 2024

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April 16, 2024

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February 16, 2024

Atata Templates 2.14.1 Visual Studio extension is released with an update of package references.


Based on Selenium WebDriver and preserves all its features.

Page object model

Provides a unique fluent page object pattern, which is easy to implement and maintain.


Contains a rich set of ready-to-use components for inputs, tables, lists, etc.


Works on any .NET test engine (e.g. NUnit, xUnit, SpecFlow) as well as on CI systems like Jenkins, GitHub Actions, or TeamCity.


A bunch of triggers to bind with different events to extend component behavior.


A set of fluent assertion methods and triggers for a component and data verification.


Defines the default component search strategies as well as additional settings. Atata.Configuration.Json provides flexible JSON configurations.


Built-in customizable logging; screenshots and snapshots capturing functionality.


Atata.HtmlValidation adds HTML page validation. Atata.Bootstrap and Atata.KendoUI provide extra components.

Simple example for Sign In page.

Define Page Object Class

using Atata;

namespace SampleApp.UITests;

using _ = SignInPage;

[Url("signin")] // Relative URL of the page.
public class SignInPage : Page<_>
    [FindById] // Finds text input by "email" id.
    public TextInput<_> Email { get; private set; }

    [FindById] // Finds password input by "password" id.
    public PasswordInput<_> Password { get; private set; }

    [FindByContent] // Finds button by "Sign In" text content.
    public Button<_> SignIn { get; private set; }
Sign in page

Implement Test

public void SignIn() =>

public void SetUp() =>

public void TearDown() =>
Sign in page with filled data
Get Started

Or check out Tutorials for guides and Examples for how to.