As new tools enter the market at an exponential rate, it can be difficult to identify the right tool for your needs. If you search well on the internet for testing tools, you will find a variety of options available for a variety of tasks. There is, however, a challenge with many tools regarding simplicity, usability, and ease of use. While most easy-looking tools fail miserably at simple tasks, most tools for simple tasks are not easy to use.
In this blog, I will describe an automation platform that I have played around with from time to time in the last year, and which has not yet disappointed me due to its simplicity, usability, and ease of use. You guessed it! We will discuss Virtuoso - Where power meets ease!
Virtuoso is a simple and codeless test automation solution that works with natural languages, such as English. It supports authoring automation of back- and front-end user journeys using plain natural language. It also reduces (read 'removes' in most cases) the hassle of looking up UI selectors/locators or having to write your own selectors.
The key benefits that Virtuoso offers are:
Virtuoso supports testing for:
A lot of users could benefit from this tool, especially those in the following roles:
Additionally, it can be used to automate web-based business systems, which are usually difficult to automate using traditional and open-source web automation tools. Some of the supported business platforms are:
We briefly discussed the premium and fast test authoring that Virtuoso provides, and you may wonder what makes their test authoring experience so special and fast. Prior to using the platform, I had the same question. Nevertheless, once I began using the platform, I realized that the Live Authoring Feature provided by Virtuoso is really helpful for authoring tests.
With the Live Authoring Feature, you can:
There are many engaging features on the Virtuoso platform, but here I want to highlight some of its key features. For a comprehensive overview of the Virtuoso platform, I strongly recommend checking the product documentation or tutorial or booking a demo with the Virtuoso team.
If you are a visual reader, I have summarized this entire article in the form of this mind map too.
Thank you for reading this article. If this interests you and you want to check out this platform in-depth, book a demo with the Virtuoso team and experience it yourself.