Automation Tool Best Practices

Automation Tool Best Practices

Keep the following in mind if you want to get the most out of automation.

Prior to the start of the project, the scope of Automation must be specified in detail. This is a good way to set expectations for Automation.
Choose the correct automation tool: A tool should not be chosen primarily on its popularity, but rather on its ability to meet the automation needs.
Select a suitable framework.
Scripting Standards- When writing automation scripts, standards must be observed. Some of them include:
Create code with consistent scripts, comments, and indentation.
Appropriate Exception Handling - How errors are handled in the event of a system failure or unexpected application behaviour.
For Error Logging, user-defined messages should be codified or standardised so that testers can interpret them.
Metrics to measure success- The success of automation cannot be measured by comparing the manual to the automated. In addition to the automation effort, the following metrics should be captured.
Defects identified in percentage
For each and every release cycle, the time required for automation testing is kept to a bare minimum.
Customer Satisfaction Index is a metric that measures how satisfied customers are with their
Increased productivity
If you follow the above rules, you will have a much easier time automating.

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