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As the software development scene changes drastically, testing must evolve to keep up
Test automation was the solution to the problem of testing bottlenecks, but as the development of software picks up speed, testing that uses frameworks is once again becoming a bottleneck. Test automation tools are the next step in testing, as they generally require a lower level of technical skill. Here’s a direct comparison between our codeless, scripted testing tool and automation frameworks.
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A guide to the evolution of test automation from frameworks to codeless solutions.
Technology evolves pretty fast, and test automation right along with it. Frameworks were the industry standard for so long, and now with codeless test automation platforms coming into the market, it’s easy to lose track of how we got here and what we have. What’s more, with all of the software available, how do you know what makes a good test automation tool?
See anything you like there? We’ve got an excerpt for you to pique your interest, too:
“There was a time and a place for each type of testing software when technology like AI, ML, NLP, and RPA was not far advanced enough for codeless automation to even be possible. However, the need for quality at speed drives the development of codeless automation, as that need is one of the top objectives of QA teams. When new technologies and speed/scale requirements collide, that collision point creates codeless automation. Necessity breeds innovation.”
Virtuoso was developed by a team passionate about improving the quality of codeless test automation software without slowing down the development process. As work shifts more to the cloud and teams work remotely, on-premise software has become unwieldy and a bottleneck. We've reimagined test automation software by pioneering the next generation of codeless testing - all on the cloud. We believe anyone can test, and we're delivering on the promise of codeless test automation.