White Paper: Xoomworks BI
Automation testing mainly supplements manual testing and makes the whole testing process more efficient. This whitepaper discusses about the advantages of including automation testing on a project, and how it provides a clear idea to testers, developers and clients about the functionality of product in order to overcome failures.
Introducing automated testing involves higher costs, but it also depends on key factors such as:
Is the team already experienced with using test automation?
Do they have an automation framework in place that can easily be fitted to a new project?
How much time does it take to build such a framework?
Are the tools used for automation free or do they require bought licenses?
What is Automation framework?
An automation framework is nothing but an integrated, rigorously structured system, capable of establishing a set of rules for the test automation of a software product.
Why is it necessary to include Test Automation Framework?
Test automation framework contains libraries, methods, test modules, resource and configuration files, and documentation needed to run on specific product and can easily enhance the functionality by selecting or removing the components to fit the current project realities.
This whitepaper guides you on:
How to automate and what are the automation testing tools?
What are the three types of Automation framework models and how do they differ?
The Page Object Models
By: L&T Infotech
Every organization should have well-organized and effective testing strategies in order to increase test efficiency and deliver high quality software. Test data is one of the most important factors in overall testing life cycle. Scenario-specific, realistic, right-sized, masked test data created in test environments ensures the following: - Scenario-specific test data availability before test execution increases test efficiency/quality and reduces overall testing cycle time. - Realistic test data in lower test regions reduces production defect leakages. - Right-sized test data in test environments reduces space utilization and increases the response time. - Masked test data ensures security compliance
OEMs traditionally used DSP-based hardware, plugged into a PC, for motion control. But new software-based solutions have challenged this approach, claiming equal or better performance at lower cost. How does soft motion really compare to hardware? In this whitepaper, we break it down component-by-component for a down-to-the-dollar cost and performance comparison. Topics covered include: Challenges with the traditional hardware approach How soft motion solves those challenges Performance comparison: calculations, axis control, adding axes and machine vision Cost comparison cost and length, ability to scale, necessary hardware Cost-per-item breakdown showing that soft motion costs 44% less than hardware Learn how software-based motion control actually compares to hardware with real-life scenarios and real-dollar cost comparisons. If you’re considering soft motion, start here.