How to make test automation more usable and accessible for business?
With Agile, automation has become one of the major topics in testing and quality. Iterative constructions with increasingly short cycles lead to a particularly important need for verification and the need for non-technical people to be able to automate recurring tests.
Beyond testing, the need to make technical solutions accessible is a major issue in the current IT world. It is in this context that Low-Code (solution with little code) and No-Code (solution without code and using bricks) are rapidly becoming more and more important. This rapid evolution is highlighted in various studies such as the Gartner report of 2021 which indicates that:
“By 2025, 70% of new applications developed by enterprises will use low-code or no-code technologies, up from less than 25% in 2020”.
More specifically, low-code / No code is obviously present in testing with tools that are always more mature and efficient. These tools are becoming more and more responsive to the various constraints of test automation, such as maintenance, test reliability and adaptability.
Senior Manager, Consulting & Training Division at QESTIT
Presales at MICRO FOCUS
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