Many tend to question the requirement of a Test Automation framework in QA. It can be best explained with this simple example. When we conduct a seminar or campaign, there are several pre-event plans that go into the successful execution of the event. These pre-event plans define the step-wise process of the itinerary, which is strictly followed by everyone associated with the event to ensure that no part of the program is missed. This explains how important it is to have a framework in place before an event. Similarly, choosing the right Test Automation framework is essential for test results and QA frameworks of businesses.
Our automation frameworks help in simplifying the test development and execution activities. Our team uses specialized tools that ease the everyday Test Automation tasks. Tools like test runner, web testing tool, or an action recording tool are used to reduce the hard work that goes into building test scripts and leave you more time to do quality checks.
Our Test Automation framework services include a set of guidelines like test-data handling, coding standards, object repository treatment, and the right tool and processes that are followed to improve the software development process during automated testing of any application.
Our Test Automation services enable rapid deployment of automation frameworks and scripts for accelerated testing and a significant reduction in time to market.
Stable product across release cycles
Reduction in regression test cycle time by 60%
Compatibility across different browsers, devices, and multiple environments
Faster time to market
Open-source Tools: Selenium, Appium, Protractor, and SoapUI
Commercial Tools: SmartBear TestComplete, HP UFT, IBM RFT, Telerik Test Studio, Coded UI, and EggPlant
Testing Frameworks: TestNG, JUnit, Jasmine, and Cucumber
Build Tools: Maven and Jenkins
Salient Features of Automation Framework
Reusable code, libraries, and APIs are used for automation script development
Utilities and libraries interface with industry-standard Test Automation tools
Utilities and libraries can be easily extended to adapt to new technologies and tools
Multiple OS, Mobile, and Browser Support
Supports execution of automated test scripts on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android operating systems
Supports execution of automated test scripts on Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari browsers
Supports execution of automated test scripts on mobile devices available on the cloud
Integrates with external software programs such as MS-Excel for reading test data and reporting
Automated test scripts can be executed in multiple locales
UI Elements Validation Support
Validation of UI elements and their properties
Automated test scripts can be executed in parallel on multiple hosts (physical machines, virtual machines, and mobile devices)
Logging and reporting of executed test scripts and defects along with screenshots of the test applications
UI Performance Statistics
Capturing UI elements’ response time for varied data volumes
Generic Utilities and Libraries
Communicate test audit and results via email, FTP, and GUI