Learn The Benefit of Test Automation and How to Make Easier Your Testing Process
What Is Test Automation
Test Automation is a software testing technique that perform using special automated testing software tool to execute the test cases and compares the actual results against the expected result.
Automation testing tool not only helps us to perform regression tests but also helps us to automate data set up generation, product installation, GUI interaction, defect logging, etc.
Successive development cycles will require execution of same test suite repeatedly. Using a test automation tool, it’s possible to record this test suite and re-play it as required. Once the test suite is automated, no human intervention is required. Test automation tool are used for both Functional and Non-Functional testing.
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Why Automated Testing
Even if development team tests the product they develop, it has always defects. Before the product is released , test engineers try to catch the defects but they often reappear even with the best manual testing processes. So Test Automation software is the perfect solution to increase the effectiveness, efficiency and coverage of your software testing.
Manual testing is prone to error because of testers are human. They are sitting in front of a computer or mobile devices carefully going through application screens, trying many usage and input combinations, comparing the results to the expected behavior, recording their observations and preparing a report.
Testinium test automation tool allows to playback pre-recorded and predefined actions, compare the results to the expected behavior and report the success or failure of these manual tests to a test engineer. After tests are automated they can be repeated easily and extended to perform tasks impossible with manual testing prone to error because of testers are human. They are sitting in front of a computer or mobile devices carefully going through application screens, trying many usage and input combinations, comparing the results to the expected behavior, recording their observations and preparing a report.
It is often associated with automation software. Test management most commonly refers to the activity of managing a testing process.