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Automated Software Testing Services

Automation testing services at DeviQA will allow you to significantly speed up and structurize your testing processes and receive reliable solutions.

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Automated testing is a process that reduces the time for manual testing and replaces it with the structured testing approach which emulates the final user behavior in an automated way.

With the help of frameworks and tools, as well as scripts, this testing approach speeds up various activities, reduces the human factor, and saves man time. With test automation, you will never miss any test cases that need to be checked.

Pros of Automation Testing Services

Saves time for testing

Tests run automatically with no human involvement

Tests run 24x7

Tests can be run at any time of the day or night

Code reusability

Create it once and execute multiple times

Easy reporting

Automatic reports are generated after test execution

Low cost for maintenance

cheaper in the long run than manual testing

Reliability

eliminates the possibility of human error in the testing process

The Problems with UI Test Automation

Automated testing is beneficial and increases the release cycle, but it has potential issues for under-skilled automation teams.

The most significant of these problems include running time and stability. In most cases, this isn’t a problem with tests in the dozens, but if your product grows and your test framework consists of hundreds of tests. Once they start failing randomly and preventing timely releases, your team will grow increasingly frustrated since no one knows whether there’s a bug in the test application or the test suite.

Imagine having thousands of tests that require hours to run. This takes time, and not everyone is willing to wait.

How We Work

We don't use any recorders. We code everything ourselves.

Use API and direct requests to the server to save time and increase efficiency.

Multithreading (parallel tests) to speed up testing.

Auto-tests integrated with bug-tracking systems (e.g. Jira) and test case management systems (TestRail).

The complex environment with an ecosystem comprised of several machines

Continuous integration of testing into the build process.

Various technologies and programming languages depending on the project

Test across multiple platforms, browsers, and devices.

Running tests in the cloud.

Low-level testing (API)

Full-featured reporting system

Turnkey test automation solutions

Why to choose DeviQA

We not only

design the architecture

develop scripts

configure the deliverables

We also

write scenarios that are smart and atomic

integrate tests into your continuous integration process

reduce the responsibility for automated testing from your shoulders

10
years and counting
1000+
automation suites created
100+
automation engineers
40+
technologies & frameworks
1M+
fours of automated testing
300+
clients across the globe

The reason behind automation tests failing

1

Incorrect test suite architecture

2

Test data is not compatible with the real one

3

Lack of continuous integration

4

Wrong selection of automation tools and/or frameworks

5

Lack of basic skills for automation testing. In 90% of cases, record-and-playback is not enough

6

Regression test scripts used may not have evolved as the product changed

7

A possibly incomplete testing plan may not have included a GUI or had test functionality

8

Automated testing may have been carried out across the board, even on unsuited test cases

9

Automation may have been added as an afterthought rather than being part of the overall testing strategy

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Featured Cases

Solebit (MimeCast)

Low-level automated testing, DevOps, Performance testing, QA Process & Test Strategy design, Responsibility for Quality

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Sprinklr

Automation Testing for Web, QA Audit, Manual Testing, Test Documentation design, DevOps, Responsibility for Quality

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Frameworks, Tools and Solutions that we use in automated testing services

JavaScript

Protractor

Mocha

Cypress.IO

WebDriver.IO

Codecept.JS

NightWatch

Spectron

Mobile

Appium

Calabash

BrowserStack

SauceLabs

AWS Device Farm

Python

Robot Framework

Nose

Aloe

Java

Selenium

Appium

Selenide

Allure

JMeter

Cloud

SauceLab

BrowserStack

AWS Device Farm

Ruby

Selenium

WATIR

Capybara

Cucumber

PHP

Codeception

Behat

Performance

JMeter

Neoload

Blazemeter

MSVS

C#

Selenium

Telerik

CodeDUI

Popular Questions

What do automated tests cover?

Automated tests cover:

1.

Frontend, backend

2.

Load, preformance, stress testing

3.

Functional and cross-platform/device testing

4.

Web, mobile, desktop applications as well as API

How is a tool/framework for automated testing selected?

There are few key things to do:

1.

Understand the project stack. In most cases, there are no “bad” or “good” test automation tools, but there are tools more suitable for web and mobile automation testing.

For web automated tests, it’s good practice to select a tool/framework based on the same program language (e.g. if your backend is based on Java, try to use a framework based on Java) especially in regards to API tests.

For api automated tests, it’s good practice to select a tool/framework based on the same program language (e.g. if your backend is based on Java, try to use a framework based on Java).

For UI end-to-end automated tests, there is no reason to use the backend language as a core programming language. If you do not need to integrate your tests into the project’s codebase (which depends on the architecture selected by the engineer), you can always have JavaScript as a core programming language of your UI test automation suite because that’s what your front end is built on.

2.

Availability of the documentation, manuals, and community (especially for a new framework)

3.

Knowledge of the tools’ resources (people should be aware of poor points of the framework, its limitations, as well as its possibilities)

4.

Truncated solutions (it will save time if the company creates some truncated solutions based on the framework)

Should a record/play tool be used instead of custom scripting for test automation?

If you are going to have few dozen tests and you aren’t concerned about maintaining your test suite, and you do not need to speed up your tests through multithreading, the record/play solutions should be sufficient. In the event that your test suite contains hundreds or thousands of tests, they should run quickly so that releases aren’t delayed. They should be reliable and easy to maintain, so you should certainly use custom solutions based on well-known test automated frameworks.

What should the automation priority be?

To ensure the usefulness of automated tests, coverage must begin at the most important areas of the application, like:

1.

High risk - business critical test cases

2.

Test Сases that are repeatedly executed (regression test suite)

3.

Test cases that are tedious or difficult to perform manually

4.

Test cases that are time-consuming

Is it possible to cover 100% of functionality with UI test automation?

In most cases, no. Some scenarios may require so much effort that it makes no sense to automate them. However, 93% code of coverage is typically achievable.

What is better: automated or manual testing?

They have their pros and cons. One isn’t necessarily any better than the other. A human engages in manual testing, painstakingly checking to ensure the application performs as expected. Automated testing occurs after initial development of the application has been completed. These prolonged tests can run on their own and are poorly suited for manual testing. They can also run in parallel on various types of operating systems and browsers. The two types of testing are related, but have slightly different purposes. Automated testing can speed up the process, reduce the amount of manpower required, make a more structured approach to testing, and it can also automate repeated activities.

Automated testing costs too much. Do I really need it?

While, at first, the cost of automated testing may seem difficult to justify, it pays for itself in the end. Since they take out the human component, that man power can be shifted to more important issues, like customer needs, functionality, and improvements. You will also require fewer code revisions, and the ones that do occur will be cheaper. The tests are also reusable, so once the source code changes, you can just run the tests again. While manual testing is expensive and takes a lot of time, you can engage in automated testing as much as you want with no additional cost.

How can we speed up our tests?

One of the key features of automation tests is the reduction of time spent on testing. For big projects with thousands of automation tests created, batch runs can take days to complete. The data for automation tests can depend one by one. This decreases productivity and makes the tests impossible to run in parallel. This usually happens when wrong architecture was created. With such scenarios, the tests would become ineffective and this is where parallelization comes in. Instead of running tests sequentially, parallel testing allows the execution of multiple tests at the same point in time across different environments.

Currently, I do not have automation testing in place. What should my initial steps be?

Your steps should be:

1.

Choose automation tool that covers your needs

2.

Set up test suite architecture

3.

Develop automation tests

4.

Test cases that are time-consuming

5.

Integrate your automation test suite in CI/CD process

Should I integrate automation tests in my CI/CD process?

The short answer “yes.” If you integrate automation tests to your CI/CD process, you will gain the following benefits:

1.

Full automation continuous delivery process

2.

Numerous test report delivery channels

3.

Broken code never deployed to the server

We also Provide

Web Testing

Mobile Testing

Performance Testing

Mobile Automation Testing

Dedicated QA Team

Software Testing Consultancy

QA Outsourcing