Automated testing is an assortment of principles and processes designed to help verify your application works correctly at all times. By pre-programming a series of tasks, developers can ensure that newly implemented features or changes do not break existing functionality.
Automated testing can be broken into numerous disciplines, includes unit testing, integration testing, functional testing, and end-to-end testing among others. The magic lies in running these tests automatically during development, deployment, possibly even on a regular basis in production, ensuring rapid bug detection. As a side effect of these practices, you’ll also often get improved code quality, faster development timelines, and less time devoted to maintenance.
Imagine getting a comprehensive report on your code’s health first thing in the morning, pointing out exactly what broke and where. It’s an enabling aspect for developers, QA engineers, DevOps specialists alike, making it easier to maintain the high quality of the software and faster bug fix cycles.
How can BrowserCat help with automated testing?
At BrowserCat, we’re major proponents of automated testing. Connect directly to our headless browser fleet, and run all of your tests in parallel for fractions of a penny, without having to worry about how to host and deploy browsers to the cloud. Cut your CI/CD pipeline from hours to minutes.
Whether you’re verifying the functionality of a simple web app or testing complex features on a vast eCommerce platform, BrowserCat is there to make your journey of automated testing less bumpy. Remember, the early bug gets the fix!
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