The point of test automation is to remove testing bottlenecks and free up resources for more important QA tasks. However, as the scale of tests grows, developers often struggle to maintain existing tests, develop new ones, and, of course, build software. Keep developers from getting mired in test creation and maintenance with an effective test automation strategy.
While codeless automation can give organizations a leg up in automating tests without writing code, it must be done in a strategic manner. What makes sense for a scripted test might not make sense for a codeless automated test. But where is the line?
In this white paper, we explain how to craft an effective test automation strategy that makes use of scripted and codeless tests to help organizations achieve their quality goals quickly.