Cygnet’s TestingWhiz is a Codeless Automation Tool for Web and Cloud Applications, which is used by both Technical & Non-Technical users. TestingWhiz offers an easy, intuitive & affordable automation solution which involves no programming assistance.
Cygnet’s TestingWhiz offers effective Test Automation Solutions for Individual & Enterprise Needs.
TestingWhiz is providing following Automated Testing Solutions:
This user manual comprises all the features and solutions concerning to Cygnet's TestingWhiz Platform delivered in current Sprint. This user manual provides the business users an insight on how the test cases are Automated, Created and Executed with the help of Codeless Automation Tool.
User Manual Conventions
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Terms and Terminology
It contains Test Suite and Test Cases.
It is a collection of Test cases.
It is set of conditions or variables under which a tester will determine whether an application, software system or one of its features is working as it was originally established for it to do.
It is a set of instructions (written using a scripting/programming language) that is performed on a system under test to verify that the system performs as expected.
Test Management Tool
It is used to store information on how testing is to be done, plan testing activities and report the status of quality assurance activities. They are used to maintain and plan manual testing, run or gather execution data from automated tests, manage multiple environments and to enter information about found defects.
It is a collection of statements that are grouped together to perform an operation can be called (invoked) at any point in a program simply by utilizing the method's name.