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  • #15785
    @lilathetester

    Hi all,

    I’m looking for some automated testing tools for my team. Any suggestion for web testing? With tight budget and limited technical skills, we cannotĀ purchase premium tools like TestComplete or UFT šŸ™

    It’s the best if you can review your current tools.

    Thank you in advance.

    #15799
    @jesper-lindholt-ottosen

    Selenium seems to be the go-to solution for most web projects.

    #15913
    @paulgn

    check out accelQ. QA tool specifically made for continuous testing. it lets you abstract the whole application down to level of each element on page, this way automation test can be developed in parallel to application code. Also automation is written in english and powered with smart reconciliation… so no more code updates as app changes and evolves. check it out, really powerful stuff

    #15929
    @hailey

    For non-functional testing: IBM Rational Performance Tester, LoadComplete,Ā Testing Anywhere

    For functional testing:Ā Telerik Studio,Ā HP UFT,Ā TestCompleteĀ andĀ Katalon Studio

    #15960
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    Rai
    @raikou

    If you are still looking for the tools, this article will definitely help you,Ā Lila : A Comparison of Automated Testing Tools

    Good luck! šŸ™‚

    #15966
    @lilathetester

    Thank you all for yourĀ support. I’ll definitely take a look at your suggestions soon. Looking forward to further discussion.

    Cheers!

    #15967
    @softwaretesting

    Hi, you can also go through Qualitia it is a scriptless test automation tool leverages the power the power of Selenium, Appium and UFT. Also, it support mobile testing as well. http://www.qualitiasoft.com

    #16001
    @alishahenderson

    Hi Lila,

    I work as a Senior Testing Specialist at TestingXperts. I handled day-to-day operations for all aspects of software testing and my team uses Selenium, HP UFT, Coded UI, TestComplete, Ranorex, Appium, etc.

    It depends on your projects which tools suits you the best.

    Regards

    TestingXperts

     

    #16050
    @groza-alin88

    Hi Lila,

    I think Selenium is a very good option for testing web applications in your case. It is free so you don’t have to purchase licenses to use it. Regarding the technical side, you can easily find support on internet. Additionally, Selenium works with many languages (Java, C#, Python, Ruby etc.) so you can decide which language is better for your project.

    Regards,
    Alin

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