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What is meant by Automation Testing?
In this topic, we are dealing with the details of Automation Testing procedures and techniques. We all know that every project has 3 basic elements that are Quality, Time, and Cost. The goal of all projects is to have a high-quality result while the time and the cost can be controlled that is required to complete that project.
Definition of Automation Testing.
The process of automation testing is used to test the software by using automation tools to find all the possible defects. In this technique, test scripts are executed to generate their results and performed by those automation tools. Most famous tools to perform automation testing are:
Selenium WebDriver, QTP/UFT, etc.
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Types of Automation Testing
We perform Automation testing in these areas:
Repeated testing used for a pre-tested application, after all modifications, to find all errors uncovered or introduced as a result of all those changes in that program or some other related/unrelated components of that program.
So, the process of regression testing is a must part of automation testing due to the frequently changing codes and the limited capacity of a human to execute testing on time.
Load testing is used to verify that the application/system could handle an expected amount of transactions & to confirm the application/system performance under normal & peak conditions of load. Automation testing tools are used to finish the testing process efficiently during load testing.
This kind of software testing validates or determines the stability, scalability, and speed of an application or system under review. Performance is related to attaining the timing of the response, levels of resource utilization, and throughput that meets all the objectives of performance for the product or project.
The process of program testing that interface in between any 2 units of a software. Integration testing can be performed using various approaches like Hybrid Integration, Bottom-Up, Top-Down and Big Bang approach.
Testing the completely integrated app to estimate the compliance of the system along with its definite requirements is known as System Testing. This process verifies the complete system to confirm that the app works as proposed or not.
Unit testing also stated as Component Testing or Module Testing is performed to check either the module or individual unit of the code is properly working. This testing is performed by developers in their development environment.
Also called pre-production testing is performed by the end-users with the help of testers to confirm the application’s functionality. After the success of acceptance testing, Formal testing is conducted to check either that application is developed according to the requirement. This testing also allows users to reject or accept that application as a whole. Alpha, Beta and Gamma are types of acceptance testing.
Which type of testing can’t be automated?
Let us know which type of tests can’t be automated. Those processes of Application Testing that takes a big effort to perform are:
Preference for Automation Testing on Manual Testing.
We prefer Automation Testing on Manual Testing in these following cases:
Advantages & Disadvantages of Automated Testing
Pros of Automation Testing
Cons of Automation Testing:
Popular tools for Automation Testing.
Some of the most famous tools for automation testing are: