June 14, 2017 at 2:11 pm #16481@alishahendersonOnly available when logged in
According to me,
- HPE Unified Functional Testing (HP – UFT formerly QTP)
- Tosca Testsuite
And personally I have used Selenium tool.July 7, 2017 at 10:24 pm #16662@dandammannOnly available when logged in
I have just released the free automated functional web app testing software Automate Your Tests which is perfect for someone like you @huynduong who hasn’t got<span style=”line-height: 1.5;”> much automated testing experience.</span>
It should only take you 10 minutes to get your own custom test suite configured and running.July 11, 2017 at 8:53 am #16693@yevheniia-janeOnly available when logged in
- test management system – Create and manage projects, members.
- test planning opportunity – creating test plans, test cases, test scenarios or user stories.
- test run availability– creating test runs, managing members of the testing process, usability and efficiency.
- making test reports on work quality and quantity.
- task management tool – the bug tracker availability and its speed.
- using additional features – import/export, integration with other systems, crash analytics etc.
[commercial content removed /mod:jo]July 24, 2017 at 12:39 pm #16883@abhilashawaghm1Only available when logged in
there are many tools for automation testing! I can recommend :
- Appium Automation Framework
- UI Automator Tool:
[edited mod/jo]July 26, 2017 at 10:40 pm #16919@finnersOnly available when logged in
It is a good question and for a manual tester wishing to become an Automation Tester, you need to consider:
– do you have any development experience? If Yes, then try Selenium Webdriver. If No try HP UFT or SmartBear TestComplete and use the record & playback features to show what can be done.
– is there a dominant technology at work? E.g. some automation work better on certain platforms and technology.
Hope this helps and update the post when you make a choice.August 30, 2017 at 5:59 am #17254November 28, 2017 at 11:45 pm #18121@lholmvikOnly available when logged in
Nice list, I think Selenium is the most popular automation testing software right now. For enterprise level testing, these have a good balance of functionality and accessibility:
- Plutora Test (nice UI, the requirements traceability matrix is great for visibility)
- qTest (easy to learn and use)
- HPQC (bit expensive)
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