QA Automation 2019-08-23T12:46:36+10:00

QA Automation

QA Automation is the use of special software to control the execution of tests and to compare actual outcomes against expected outcomes.

QA Automation can automate repetitive but necessary tasks in a formalized testing process, or conduct additional testing that would be difficult to perform manually.

This is especially useful in mobile applications, as the current mobile landscape has been changing rapidly in recent years. There is a constant demand for updates and change, prompting on-going development and testing.

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The main approaches to QA Automation are:

Code-driven testing:

The public interfaces to classes, modules or libraries are tested. A variety of input arguments are also used in order to validate that the returned results are correct.

Graphical user interface testing:

A testing framework generates user interface events, such as keystrokes and mouse clicks. Also observed are the changes that result in the user interface, in order to validate that the observable behaviour of the program is correct.

API driven testing:

This is a testing framework that uses an interface to the application in order to validate the behaviour being tested.