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Title: Comparative analysis of functional test automation tools
Authors: Prabhashi, H. K. D.
Shafana, M. S
Ahamed Sabani, M. J.
Keywords: Software Testing
Test Automation
Test Management
Functional Testing
Load testing
Issue Date: 24-Aug-2022
Publisher: Faculty of Technology, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
Citation: 2nd International Conference -2022(ICST2022) Proceedings on” Building Sustainable Future Through Technological Transformation “24th August 2022. Faculty of Technology, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka. pp. 48-52.
Abstract: The software development life cycle has several stages. Among them, software testing is a continuous process. It begins after the requirement-gathering phase. Today software testing has become a mandatory process. It comes with a variety of challenges also. Although manual testing is an easy task, sometimes it will not be effective due to its incompatibility, lack of coverage, and repetition of test scripts. This study mainly focuses test automation process and its working mechanism, software testing strategies, and different types of software testing tools. For clarification, test automation tools are divided into functional, test management, and load testing tools. The objective is to provide a comparative analysis of test automation tools with similar characteristics such as platform support, the programming language used, and compatibility with web browsers. This research paper also helps the test teams to select the appropriate test tool according to the customer’s needs.
ISBN: 978-624-5736-40-9
Appears in Collections:2nd International Conference on Science and Technology

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