In our March webinar session titled, ‘99tests Automation Framework’, we shared information on how testers can use the 99 tests framework for QA projects. The framework enables you to create test cases and automate workflows seamlessly. 99tests tests has both an open source external framework and an internal framework for its crowd testers.
How To Access The 99tests Automation Framework
You can access the 99tests Automation Framework by logging in the links given below. The open source external framework is available to all on Github.
How The 99tests Automation Framework Works
The 99tests automation framework lets you test each feature, create test cases, execute them and automate workflows for various QA projects.
To get started, testers have to log in to the 99tests open source framework and download the Maven project to their Eclipse. Once downloaded to the Eclipse, you can create Selenium scripts and run the Maven project. The uploaded file contains the project files with Selenium scripts. You can write the scripts in the 99tests format and also contribute libraries for handling complex scenarios.
Another point to note is that while creating the test cases, you can add checkpoints for each step. This will help in mapping the Automation scripts in the last stage. Once test cases are reviewed, they are marked for automation. These marked test cases are tagged into respective workflows for automation.
You can watch the full webinar recording here, to learn how to use the 99tests Automation Framework:
Feel free to connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, to know more about the 99tests Automation Framework.