Test automation is often compared to the invention of assembly lines during the Industrial Revolution. A machine performs monotonous and boring tasks much more efficiently than a person. It does not get tired, does not miss mistakes due to inattention, and works faster.
Automated testing is carried out quickly with maximum efficiency, so you only need to launch the scripts, check the results, evaluate the errors found, and write the test report.
2. Ability to use different methods
Most often, experts use automated stress tests that show the operation of the product under extreme loads to identify its maximum capabilities.
3. Reusing bulk processes
If after testing, detecting, and correcting errors, the system needs to be checked again, you can do so by reusing the test scripts.
If for some reason another person must conduct the next series of tests, in the case of manual verification, it would take him a huge amount of time to check the reports of previous testers. The automated system itself will provide information about what tests were carried out, what results were obtained, and what errors were corrected.
5. Faster product launch
The faster a product is tested, the faster it will be released. This reduction in time reduces financial costs and accelerates the return on investment.
6. Increasing testing coverage
Automated testing can run simultaneously on thousands of devices. For manual mode, these figures are inaccessible. The results of the automated test performance cannot be compared with manual testing.
When set up properly, automated testing can be a saver for a software development project of any size. Whether you’re a project owner or a techie ready to start your quality assurance career, consider test automation as one of the most effective and attractive testing approaches today.