Firstly we have TestComplete. It is a functional platform used for automatized tests for Microsoft Windows, Web, Android, and iOS.
Contains three modules: Desktop, Mobile, and Web. Each of these modules contains functionalities to create automated tests for each specific platform.
With TestComplete we can have a wide range of automation capabilities. Some of them are:
- Keyword testing: it allows testers to develop keyword driven frameworks with ease
- Scripted testing: testers are going to be able to write test scripts from scratch and modify the recorded ones.
- Test Visualizer: with this tool, we can have screenshots of all the processes to be able to see the differences between the expected and the actual screens.
Moreover, we have Kobiton. It is a mobile device testing platform mainly characterized by the capacity of accelerating the testing and the delivery of mobile applications thanks to the live device testing that it offers to Kobiton users.
This way, you will have real access to physical devices in the cloud with the full support of gestures and orientation and not be limited to test your app in simulators or emulators.
Calabash is a test automation platform that allows users to create and execute automated tests for Android and iOS applications. They can do it even if they have pretty much coding skills.
This framework also enables UI interactions within an application. Moreover, this framework can be configured so that it is able to be run in hundreds of Android and iOS devices. It is also considered as the Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) test automation framework, which means that it also specifies the behavior of the application.
The fourth one is the Appium. It is an open-source cross-platform and cross-technology mobile testing automation platform. An important characteristic of this framework is that it has support for multiple programming languages to write test code as, for example, native and hybrid apps.
Appium also allows you to have to automatically interact with your application. In addition to this, this framework can be reused to write and run tests repeatedly against the given application at various sessions.
In this one, Monkey Talk, we can find an open-source mobile application automation testing tool for the two main applications software, Android, and iOS.
Moreover, with Monkey Talk, we can save time as it is a reusable and repeatable framework. This tool can also be used for ‘smoked tests’ as well as for ‘data-driven tests’ and can be suited in native, hybrid, mobile, and in real devices or simulators.
In addition to this, MonkeyTalk allows its users to record, playback, modify, and manage the tests they are working with, which makes that the effectiveness of its work increases.
Finally, we have EarlGrey. With this test automation framework, we are going to be able to do application testing but also UI testing. Moreover, it is also suitable for different types of applications.
On the other hand, with EarlGrey, you will have the capacity to enhance synchronization features. It also provides other features as visibility checks or User-Like Interaction.
Nowadays, all companies want their application to be the most competitive in the market. But, sometimes, small businesses do not have enough economic resources to hire a full-time tester. That is the main reason why they decide to outsource this important service in their application development.
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