There are a number of things to consider when automating your mobile app tests, but first and foremost is to decide which tests should be and can be automated. This means understanding the business goals that are most important to your organization, as well as the risks you want to manage and mitigate. Mobile app testing is ultimately about managing risk, and the only way to do that is to align testing practices with the most critical business processes and goals you need to cover.
Nowadays, automation has become a vital part of every business, whether matter small or big and in what niche industry they are. Whether you’re working in the IT sphere or marketing, you’ve probably heard of automation’s ability to save your resources and time and improve the productivity and correctness of different working processes. However, by integrating automation, you could be unsure what to do next or whether any barriers constrain your DevOps teams.
It has often been observed that a manual tester does not really know the direction he should take to start his career in automation testing. With many tools available today, getting distracted and unable to decide how to start learning test automation is obvious. In this blog, we shall see how to streamline things so that you can learn automation testing at ease and without any Stress.
There is an understated art to building good APIs – ones that are easy to integrate with, have high operational availability, offer readily attainable performance insights, and are easy to maintain. But if you have ever had to build an API from scratch, there is no denying that it is hard – and it gets much more complicated when you aim to deliver a quality API.
Testing is the bottleneck of devops. 80% of testing is done manually. This is time-consuming, error-prone, tedious, and expensive. It's a hundred times more expensive to fix an error caught in production versus an error caught. Dev teams are being pushed to release code faster, release new features faster, and beat their competitors in every possible way. Automation is a cheaper and more accurate way to test. It lets everyone focus on most important goals.
This guide will take you through the steps to design an API, build it, and deploy it to production. The process will take about 20 to 40 minutes to complete all steps. The project is to build a straightforward API to retrieve product data. You will be provided with the API specification, instructions for what tools to use, relevant scripts and all steps to get the API live.