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What is Automation Testing?

No matter its software development or testing a mobile app, automation operations have occupied a huge space in our work life. There are ample segments where we, majorly as IT professionals have almost ditched the idea of working on the manual operations and always look forward to automation processes simplifying our workflow. Same is the case with software testing niche too.


However, a large number of software testing experts prefer to go with manual tests unless they don’t have to deal with a heap of software testing requirements, still, automation testing has proved its own charm.


Let’s start from point zero.


What is Automation Testing?


It is one of the types of software testing which is executed using different sorts of automation techniques or applications and is usually known for displaying quick results. Here, the tester is supposed to write the script and then decide which sort of automation application would be required to accomplish the testing task.


One of the major responsibilities or advantages of automation testing is that it writes as well as executes the test case automatically. Being a tester, all you need is to give respective instructions or commands to the used automation application or technique and witness the progress. This sort of software testing is ideal when a large number of software or mobile apps are supposed to be tested.


In a high majority of cases, automation techniques are used to test registration forms, database connections, GUI (graphical user interface) design, login/sign-up forms, etc.

Understanding the boosting demand for software or mobile app in the IT industry made us give a try to it. Resulting, we have built up a pool of professional testers proffering all sorts of software or app testing assistance.


Here is why you can think of Veridic to avail reliable automation software testing assistance:


There are times when a software comes up with its latest version having some complications (bugs). In such circumstances, automation software testing is the best approach to fetch accurate results. In terms of testing an upgraded software, going for manual testing can come up with a lot of complications, as a static manual test case is used to accomplish it. So, it is always good to go for automation test process.

Leverages of having our automation software testing services:

  1. Progressive productivity: Being a tester, would you ever go for something static when you have a next-gen technique to fetch quicker results? Then, you would certainly like to go for the automation software testing process than the manual one. As compared to the manual testing, automation can help you get rapid results. This is the best sort of testing type when you know you have to test more than 5 or 6 software a day.

  2. Quick feedback: Most of the testing operations are based on genuine feedbacks. A quality analyst tests an application or software while sharing the instant feedback on the detected bugs simultaneously with the developers’ team. This practice is necessary when you have a number of testing tasks lined up for the day.

  3. Improve software quality: Automation testing runs a thorough test on the code structure and different elements of the software checking for minor or major bugs if any. This ultimately helps to enhance the overall software quality in many ways without making many efforts. Apart from efforts, it saves the testing revision time or test report preparing time as well, which again adds a lot to speed up your overall testing process.

  4. Improves testing skills: In the software testing profession, manual testing is the first step to start your career from. In this context, automation testing can be considered as the next step of learning to brush up or expand your learning in the testing stream.

  5. Reduces time: Apart from being an error-prone software testing type, automation test gives the maximum leverages of saving your time and running the test one multiple software or mobile apps in one go. This is the best practice when you want to devote less time and get a maximum outcome.

  6. Bug rectification on earlier stage: Usually, there are times when you are not able to find out the actual bug hidden within the code structure of the software, this happens especially when you are testing a mobile app or software using a manual testing process. But that’s really not the case with automation test process, as it smartly highlights the bugs and makes your task much easier for you in many ways.


What is the actual automation testing process?


  • Test tool selection to set up the automation process
  • Evaluating the test case automatically prepared
  • Planning, designing and developing a strengthened testing program
  • Executing the test operations
  • Preparing the final test report


Conclusion:


This article unravels the actual meaning of the automation software testing process. It speaks about the multiple benefits of using automation test and what factors make Veridic a remarkable choice in terms of leveraging automation software testing services. Apart from this, reading this article can sound fruitful if you want to know the actual benefit of using automation process above the manual testing process. Just in case, you have any other query regarding the above write-up, you have all the liberty to communicate your doubts or ideas with Veridic via the below-given details.

Stay tuned!



For more information:

Rahul Nanuhal

Vice President Sales

rahul@veridic.co.uk

+44 20 3575 1466


About Veridic


Veridic Technologies is an end-to-end IT solutions company focused on Product Engineering Services, Enterprise Mobility, and Custom Application Development.

Started in 2010 by Mr. Ankur Thakur as an outsourcing firm for Brightstar Corporation (a USD 10 Billion company), now Veridic has risen to become an internationally known brand. We have a dedicated team of 150+ employees operating from 3 offices, U.S, India & UK.


Veridic is dedicated to revolutionizing growth of used mobile businesses across the globe. Our clients include Retailers, Wholesalers, Distributors, Telecom Operators, Trade-in Providers, Warehouse Providers & Mobile Phone Recyclers.

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