In a context that advocates the speed of the development cycle, combined with the need to have well-crafted automation frameworks, teams sometimes find it difficult to guarantee the quality and coverage of non-regression tests with automation solutions that are too technical.
The importance of the methodology and the Framework in a test automation approach is crucial. Commercial solutions provide this natively, whereas Open Source often requires more skills and effort. A need for qualified resources and additional technical skills is felt and impacts the implementation of the project.
This is where the low code / no code approach, currently in full swing, comes into play. This approach allows you to quickly test the functionalities of an application without having to fill in a line of code (or with a minimum of coding when it is low code), thus facilitating the automation of tests.
On the agenda
Context | Test automation – the prerequisites
How to identify the most suitable tool and structure an automation framework?
Presentation of Micro Focus UFT tool for AI-based test automation.
An open conversation about software testing and how to improve our processes