Testing is a method to validate if the delivered product is developed as per the requirement and if the expected functionality is achieved. There are two types of testing methods namely Manual and Automation.
Manual testing is validating manually for defects in the developed product. This requires time and more resources and delays the testing process as well.
Automation Testing is a process where the product is tested using scripts, testing tools, or any framework to minimize manual intervention, human errors, and time. This is the best way to deliver the developed product in a short duration. But how is automation testing effective in Defect-Free Delivery?
In this article, we will talk about the pros and cons of automation testing and delivering the developed product defect-free.
Automation Testing could be utilized to carry out Regression Testing, Load Testing, Performance Testing, and Repeated Execution for faster results.
It does not serve as a substitute for manual testing since some testing types, such as exploratory testing, usability testing, and ad-hoc testing, require manual verification to get the best results.
Why Automation Testing?
- It is less time-consuming.
- A list of consecutive sets of test cases called suites can be developed and executed any number of times.
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