We have already told you some interesting things about the most efficient automation testing tools, and now we are going to continue our useful lecture. So, here we have five more tools.
Tricentis Tosca. The name of this tool may sound a bit weird, but this doesn’t mean that it’s not useful. Tricentis Tosca is a commercial model-based tool, which features ensure continuous testing and helps to optimize the usage of test assets. Besides, there are special features for risk analysis, distributed execution, and integration management.
TestPlant eggPlant. This is a commercial image-based tool for performing AUT (Automated Functional Testing). It’s suitable for testers who can’t boast outstanding skills – it models users’ point of view, so a tester can apply the tool viscerally. Other features of TestPlant eggPlant include CI integration and lab management.
Robot Framework. This is an open-source tool with the keyword-driven approach – this feature ensures acceptance test-driven development (ATDD) and acceptance testing. Moreover, you can extend its test capability if you implement additional libraries (use Java and Python).
Ranorex. This is another commercial tool for testing mobile, desktop, and web apps. The list of its notable features includes usage of reusable test scripts, codeless test creation, recording and playing back phases of testing, and advanced capabilities for GUI recognition.