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We have a couple of use cases for functional test automation. We are also looking for mobile, API testing, database testing along with Jenkins integration.

We explored Selenium X/web driver/IDE/Grid, but one or the other use case is not satisfied. Our primary goal is to find a tool which needs less amount of scripting/coding.

So any fist hand experience on tools like TestingWhiz or QTP?

Some of the uses cases are:

1.Data driven testing

2.Selection of multiple checkboxes/radio buttons/multiplevalues from drop-down

3.Provision of conditional statements

4.CBC

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    Please specify what your requirements are in terms of cost and open source vs. closed source. Also are you open to using more that one tool? Your requirements cover a lot of different aspects of testing so it would be difficult to find one tool that does all of them effectively. – ARau Jun 3 '17 at 2:44
  • We r ok for open source or product. More then one tool seems bit difficult at t moment. Though we r ok for hybrid approach i.e scripting & code-less combo. We want to have CBC, jenkins integration – Aarati Jun 7 '17 at 10:43
  • Automated testing is very technology specific. Do you have C#, Java, C++, HTML? As it stands now, the question can hardly be answered. – Thomas Weller Jun 8 '17 at 19:42
  • Few updates, we are evaluating TestingWhiz for web, mobile platforms. It appears to fit our use cases along with jenkins integrations. Will update more once we actually zero down on something. Thanks All! – Aarati Aug 1 '17 at 10:09
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Our primary goal is to find a tool which needs less amount of scripting/coding.

Have a look at the screenshot-driven automation tools like Kantu Web Automation (for functional web testing) and Sikuli (for desktop and app testing).

Both tools are significantly easier to learn and use then Selenium X/web driver/IDE/Grid as they require no programming or scripting experience. But if you do know scripting, both tools have an API for that.

  • thanks ! shall have a look. – Aarati Jun 6 '17 at 15:20
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Not sure how much scripting/coding you are happy to make. Stamp is an open source project that may give you ideas:

Multiple solutions have been combined to create a testing platform. From what I gathered here, the take aways are: the ability to deploy multiple environment with different configuration type to increase your range of tested scenarios.

More precisely: STAMP will complete the Jenkins, or other CI/CD tools by providing test amplification tools, performance tests are considered as on-line (runtime) tests.

To relate to your request, more scenarios of configuration will be tested with this method. You'll also check your API performances.

Sorry I am not familiar enough with the project to share more. I thought it could be of interest since the traditional tools are not satisfying you.

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    what is it about? – Pierre.Vriens Jun 5 '17 at 19:06
  • Multiple solutions have been combined to create a testing platform. From what I gathered here, the take aways are: the ability to deploy multiple environment with different configuration type to increase your range of tested scenarios. I know people from the team if you would like more information. – XYZ123 Jun 5 '17 at 23:36
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It seems I'm a bit late to the party but still I would add it here so it can help someone coming to this thread looking for recommendations.

So, as far as the requirements goes,

  • functional test automation for mobile, API testing, database testing along with Jenkins integration
  • a tool which needs less amount of scripting/coding
  • Data driven testing Selection of multiple
  • checkboxes/radio buttons/multiplevalues from drop-down
  • Provision of conditional statements
  • CBC

As of now, we have codeless Tools in the market that covers all of the requirements stated by the OP. One of those tools is Testsigma and I'm one of the core team members.

All of the above requirements are met in Testsigma. You may check out Testsigma features to know more.

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