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Significance Of Scriptless Test Automation In The World Of Automation Testing

In this evolution of technology, the level of test automation has significantly increased not only in terms of quantity but as well in quality. A lot of companies are now switching to test automation using different tools and technologies to achieve their business goals. Every organization dreams of increased productivity with faster development and quality delivery in a cost-effective manner ...

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Code-Based Test Automation vs. Codeless Automation

As more advanced technologies are entering the continuous testing landscape powered by AI/ML, organizations and especially, practitioners, are debating which is better, and why if any should they adopt codeless test authoring solutions? In this blog, I will be providing the various considerations to switch, and/or combine between the 2 test automation methods. TL,DR –> There isn’t a magic answer ...

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22 Practical Tips To Test Automation With Selenium WebDriver

Test automation with Selenium has empowered website testers over the globe to perform automated website testing with ease. Webdriver is a core component of the Selenium framework using which you can perform automated cross browser testing of your website or web application against different types of browsers e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, etc. The ...

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Codeless and ML-Based Automation vs. Traditional Test Automation

There’s no doubt that the test automation space is undergoing transformation. Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are being leveraged more and more as part of the test authoring and test analysis. While the space is still growing from a maturity stand-point, it is a great time for practitioners (developers and test engineers) to start understanding the ...

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The Truth About AI and Test Automation

Software testing has gradually evolved in the past few decades. In the past, teams were accustomed to the waterfall methodology: Everything was sequential, from requirements to product deployment. Only after the development phase was completed did the testers got their hands on the product. Historically, testers would find a number of bugs in this phase, and it would take a ...

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