Benefits of Using a Test Automation Framework with ZappleTech

Using an automated testing framework will improve a team’s test speed and efficiency, improve test correctness, cut test maintenance costs, and lower risks. They are critical to a successful automated testing procedure for several reasons:

Test efficiency has improved
Manual involvement is minimal
Coding reusability
Maintenance expenditures are reduced
Maximum coverage of tests

Testing early in the Test Automation Framework is a prevalent trend to reduce risk.

Types of Automated Testing Frameworks

It’s critical to select the framework that’s ideal for you while creating a test strategy. ZappleTech offers the following custom QA frameworks:

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Data-Driven Framework
The test data is separated from the script logic when using a data-driven framework, allowing testers to store data elsewhere. Frequently, testers are faced with the task of testing the same feature or function of an application numerous times with different sets of data. It’s vital in these cases that the test data isn’t hard-coded in the script, as is the case with a Linear or Modular-based testing framework.
Library Architecture Testing Framework
The library architectural framework for automated testing is based on the modular framework, however it comes with a few extra features. Rather than breaking down the program under test into the numerous scripts that must be performed, related jobs within the scripts are recognized and then grouped by function, resulting in the application being broken down into common objectives. These routines are stored in a library and can be accessed by the test scripts at any time.
Linear Automation Framework
Testers don’t need to write code to build functions in a linear test automation framework, also known as a record-and-playback framework, and the steps are written in a sequential manner. The tester captures each step, such as navigation, user input, or checkpoints, and then conducts the test by automatically replaying the script.
Framework for Modular-Based Testing
When using a modular framework, testers must break down the program under test into different components, functions, or sections, each of which must be tested separately. Following the decomposition of the application into discrete modules, each portion is given its own test script, which is then integrated to construct larger tests in a hierarchical approach. These larger groups of tests will start to reflect different test cases.
What are the most significant benefits of automation frameworks for businesses?
Cost-Effective Benefits
– Assists in reducing time-to-market by delivering continuous execution of automated test scripts – Improves scalability – Lowers operational costs – Delivers faster and higher-quality products for launch – These frameworks guarantee better test results than manual testing – Though the initial costs are high, the eventual maintenance costs are reduced – These automation frameworks become reusable and cost-effective because they can be utilized for similar testing needs in the future using the same test scripts.
What are the benefits of using Cloud test automation frameworks for businesses?
– Assists with real-time communication – The ability to access data and resources at any time and from any location – Supports parallel testing across several platforms, operating systems, and environments, making the testing process easier – There are no upfront charges – Allows for a quicker time to market – Provides value for money
Application-Efficiency Benefits
– Detects problems early with excellent bug and issue detection – Use of end-to-end automated testing frameworks ensures optimum test coverage – Requires less manual intervention because the tests are totally automated – The most important application is in terms of code reuse – Increases efficiency by reducing the amount of time spent testing – Automated scripts save a significant amount of time during QA and ensure that quality is maintained and delivered – Because automated tests are done by the system, they may be run at any time and from any location – Bug tracking reports provide DevOps teams with detailed reporting

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Eran Kinsbruner

Expert in Continuous testing of web and mobile apps, DevOps and Agile practices, SAST as well as product marketer with strong GTM vision. Amazon best selling author of a trilogy
of books (https://www.amazon.com/Eran-Kinsbruner/e/B07RK5SZH9%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share)
- The Digital Quality Handbook
- Continuous Testing for DevOps Professional
- Accelerating Software Quality in DevOps using AI and ML.
Industry thought leader, keynote speaker, blogger, industry event committee member (QA Global Summit), and author of the quarterly digital test coverage index report.
A contributor for InfoWorld.com (http://www.infoworld.com/author/Eran-Kinsbruner/) and for the EnterprisersProject (https://enterprisersproject.com/user/eran-kinsbruner).
Advisory board member for startups.
Certified:
ISTQB foundation level certified.
PMI (Pragmatic Institute Foundations) Certified
various quality related awards as well as 1 registered patent.
Meetup host for mobile Dev and Test TLV and Boston.
Speaking History:
StarEast, StarWest, DevOps East/West, Quest, STPCon, AutomationGuild, AndroidSummit, TISQA, TestExpo UK, Meetups, Webinars, Podcasts, All Day DevOps, QA Global Summit and many more.

Nikolaj Tolkačiov

Because I'm lazy and easily bored, I tend to automate everything I can, if I need to do something twice that is a good indication that something
is off. My automation experience suit includes mobile, gherkin, web, C#, Java, JavaScript, C++, Ruby, and multiple frameworks. I do coding and
“DevOps'ing” too because I gain most of the value not deep-diving into one framework or discipline, but generalizing in the whole spectrum of
software engineering. This generalist point of view allows me to see some issues from different angles and come up with more solutions to solve problems.

Jenna Charlton

I began speaking in 2018 at CodeMash in Sandusky Ohio where my first talk How Pro Wrestling Made Me A World Champion Tester put me on the proverbial map.
Since then I’ve given far more serious talks at conferences like TestBash and Star. In 2020 I was a keynote at STARWest Virtual testing conference and I was on the selection
committees for STARWest 2021 and Agile Testing Days USA as well as host for TestBash Home 2020 and 2021. I am an occasional tech blogger, trainer, product owner, and
always a tester, but the accomplishments I’m most proud of are my ordination as a deacon at South Euclid UCC in 2016 and my long and happy marriage to my spouse for
the past 11 years.