We all know that Manual Testing and Automation Testing are the 2 types of Software Testing. Both have the same purpose: to help testers run test cases; and then compare the test results with the requirement.
But, while Manual Testing works fine for certain test cases, it is time- and cost-consuming in the long run. If you are applying modern software development methods such as Agile, chances are that you have lots of iterative development cycles. These methods require you to run a test multiple times. In this case, Manual Testing, with its repetitive and error-prone nature, is no longer suitable.
Test Automation can help you automate the execution of lots of tests and testing phases. In this article, we will discuss some of the most popular types of automation testing. It will be a checklist for you to choose the right automated tests for your next project.
To learn more about Test Automation, access our Digital Testing library.