Start Automated Testing in 3 Simple Steps
Software tests have to be repeated often during development cycles to ensure quality. For each release of the software it may be tested on all supported operating systems and hardware configurations. Manually repeating these tests is costly and time consuming. Once created, automated tests can be run over and over again at no additional cost and they are much faster than manual tests.
Run your tests in parallel on multiple browsers simultaneously
Select an Operating System
Set Preferred OS & Browser Combination
package com.example.demo; import org.openqa.selenium.remote.CapabilityType; import org.openqa.selenium.By; import org.openqa.selenium.WebDriver; import org.openqa.selenium.WebElement; import org.openqa.selenium.remote.DesiredCapabilities; import org.openqa.selenium.remote.RemoteWebDriver; import java.net.URL;
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Create a Project
Name Your Project and Select Test a Framework
Testinium has a built-in support for a mainstream programming language like Java and C#. It has the capability to run automated tests implemented by many test frameworks like Specflow, Cucumber, and Gauge. Setup your Selenium or Appium project by specifying this information and let Testinium execute your automated test for you.
Create a Scenario
Map Your Test Methods and Configure Them
Import your automated test scripts into Testinium. Specify system parameters to pass any scenario or define a timeout threshold for its execution. Edit your scenarios on Testinium’s web editor in case you have no access to your workplace.
Create a Suite
Select Scenarios and Environments to Run
Create test plans with different sets of test scenarios and execution environments. Start a smoke test plan to run every hour in Chrome Browser or another plan with a larger set of scenarios to run in Chrome, Firefox, IE in parallel. Test planning has never been easier; we promise you; no change in code.
And Monitor All Activity
Use Detailed Notification Dashboard and Reports
The most crucial part of test automation projects is; reporting. IT teams and business people’s demand might be completely different. Everyday; new reports are generated for different runs. Don’t get lost in these reports. Let us inform you about your test execution status with various notifications. Deep dive into reports and take a look at the screenshots of the execution or watch it as a whole.
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Quality is essential. Quality is what determines whether or not software works. We’ve all done it: you download an app, it freezes for 2 seconds, so you delete it and move on. If you don’t have time for lousy quality, then neither do your customers. The entire world depends on technology, and that fact gets stronger by the day.
Manual testing will probably never go away, because every piece of software has its own ideosyncracies that require more creative types of testing or exploration. But test automation is there to handle the massive amounts of testing that would be otherwise be long, tedious, and prone to error. When software was simpler, manual testing could usually cover it, no problem. But think of the difference between websites in 1998 and 2020. Now apply that to the rest of the world. To complete with the inherent complexity of today’s technology requires test automation.
Manual testing will probably never go away, because every piece of software has its own idiosyncrasies that require more creative types of testing or exploration. But test automation is there to handle the massive amounts of testing that would be otherwise be long, tedious, and prone to error. When software was simpler, manual testing could usually cover it, no problem. Also you can check our blog: Top 10 Benefits of Automated Testing