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Best Test Software Testing Tools

annaboy75634026 profile image Anna Boyko Originally published at romexsoft.com Updated on ・2 min read

Best Test Software Testing Tools

  • Appium
  • Serenity
  • Behave
  • Jenkins
  • Jmeter
  • Apache CXF
  • Soap UI
  • Protractor
  • QuickCheck
  • Cucumber
  • Rspec
  • LoadRunner
  • Sikuli
  • NeoLoad
  • Ranorex

Best Test Software Testing Tools: Reviewed

Yevhen Kryvun, Head of Automated Testing Department at Romexsoft

Here are my top automation tools for mobile testing projects (Android, iOS, hybrid apps and mobile web):

Appium offers powerful client libraries for languages that we use for scripts implementation (Python, Java). Appium is open source, works on every notable operating system, and, the best of it all - works for iOS and Android. Also Appium uses UI Automation for iOS and UI Automator for Android JavaScript libraries, which allows us to gain access to native UI elements on application screens.

Serenity – a powerful BDD library for creating automation scripts in Java, verification web applications, collecting errors and combining all the results into easy-to-read, visual reports. This library is the best choise if you are choosing among Java software testing tools. Bonus: could be used as a script library for Appium.

Behave – another powerful BDD library for creating automation scripts in Python. We prefer using this library as it speeds-up automation scripts creation, compared to Serenity. We have developed a powerful testing framework based on it for developing automation tests in-house.

Jenkins – a continuous integration server for running automation test on demand and improving release process. We use Jenkins to send emails both in case of errors and success builds.

Listed instruments are open source automation software testing tools, so you don’t need to worry about additional licensing. Also to higher application performance you can combine these tools.

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Kathleen Brown

Protractor is great.