Manual testing has its place, but automation supercharges the testing process, which is essential for today's intricate software. It streamlines frequent app deliveries, letting testers focus on elusive bugs. Thanks to efficient CI/CD environments, even partial automation brings tremendous value, catching tricky pre-production issues. QA automation speeds up the cycle, ensures consistency, and saves costs.
QA Automation is the catalyst that accelerates your development process. It’s a win-win for developers and testers, allowing quick bug detection before code handoff–saving time, and cutting out those pesky human errors. Forget repetitive manual testing; automation brings reliability and speed, cutting time and costs. The result? Enhanced software quality and a smoother development cycle.
How Does QA Automation Testing Work?
QA Automation testing works on many different testing procedures that manual testers primarily take care of. It is a streamlined process that follows four main phases:
It has scripted test cases run by testing tools. We employ these cutting-edge tools to conduct meticulous tests, from integration and system to API and regression, pinpointing errors with unmatched precision.
Ecosmob’s QA Automation
Now you can dive into a world of testing excellence with Ecosmob’s state-of-the-art QA automation. Our QA automation services have proven to be a game-changer for various businesses. Leveraging cutting-edge technology, our practices effortlessly navigate past challenges once posed by manual methods.
Why Choose Ecosmob?
As an industry leader, our QA automation strategy offers distinct advantages that set us apart. With effectiveness beyond manual testing, we deliver an edge that translates into tangible benefits for your business.
Tests that are run frequently, have predictable outcomes, and are time-consuming or complex when done manually are prime candidates for automation. We assess the project's needs and strategically automate tests for maximum efficiency and coverage.
It’s a good idea to consider your specific requirements, research available options, evaluate features and capabilities, assess ease of use, and consider scalability and maintainability. Popular options include Selenium (Java), Cypress, Playwright, and Katalon Studio.
Yes, we measure the operability of the application on various browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc. We also evaluate the application's compatibility with different operating systems, including Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
Our team frequently uses regression testing to ensure the system works smoothly, even after introducing new updates.
We consistently review and update our test scripts in line with software updates. Our team also implements a feedback loop, ensuring that new features or changes are promptly integrated into our automated tests.