Just automate it
Deploying a comprehensive test automation should simultaneously be cost-effective. Now cost-effective does not necessarily mean it is cheap, rather it means that the solution should, scale bi-directionally, address majority of a business’s quality assurance needs, enable high productivity and low maintainability and reduce idle costs. Simultaneously, the test automation should keep its usability and robustness.
To minimize maintenance effort and cost you can benefit of two simple ideas
- Write once but use many times.This is principle is heavily utilized in our reusable and easy-to-read PaceWords. PaceWords enables you to write test cases with high readability, usability and robustness. You can use the same PaceWords to write test cases which can test mobiles, browsers or native operating system applications. The flow of a test case using PaceWords is strictly in line with work-flow of a tester’s actions, freeing you from maintaining a separate documentation. PaceWords using computer vision alongside other technologies keeps the test automation robust against minor changes in the interface.
- Do not use time in building and maintaining test environment. PaceRobots are cloud entities which are dynamically born in clouds, scale with need, execute efficiently and then disappear. PaceRobots free you from worrying about investing in procuring and maintaining IT infrastructure. They also reduce idle costs and delays in urgent need-based procurements. It takes a few seconds to create a PaceRobots and execute the test cases, and even lesser to kill it.You can practically spin up numerous PaceRobots, which in turn are spinning numerous parallel test executions across different platforms at the same time; infinite parallel execution capacity. On the other hand, a tester can spin up one PaceRobot running one testcase every day. Remember PaceRobots do not get tired, fall sick or need annual vacations.
- Easily readable software tools can put the power of test automation into the hands of non-tech business testers.