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Why we use Automation Testing

History tells us facts, one of them “humans make mistakes all the time”. We can apply the same fact on software development life cycle (SDLC), software is likely to have faults and fixing these faults can be expensive. That’s why, companies want to learn about the reliability of their software.

In the bad old Waterfall days, testing was a big phase Nobody did any testing until all of the development was done. On the other hand, Agile software development sees testing as being a fundamental and integral part of development, not a quick “check” you do at the last minute.

The purpose of testing is to build confidence about the software under test. In Areeb, we believe that the best way to build confidence is to try to destroy it. We destroy confidence about the software under test by finding faults, specially, in early stages of development life cycle, these failures help us build better app and build confidence.

With the constant pressure and demand for speed and coverage in testing field, automated testing is often used to complement manual testing.

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Benefits of automated testing:

  • Tests can be run quickly, frequently and reused

  • Tests can be run without the need for monitoring

  • Chances of human errors are minimal

  • Can run multiple tests in the same time

  • Can run the same tests on multiple devices or browsers

Usage of automated testing:

  • Regression testing: automated testing is used often to save the time for manual testers by invading all parts of the software to make sure they won’t have any negative effects.

  • Performance testing: to make sure the software is stable, scalable, and fast under different conditions.

  • Repeated testing: avoid repeating the same test again and again on the same device or different devices

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