Based on the requirements, use cases are created using extended test design methods. This makes the test first method easy to apply. Complex test automation tasks are divided into implementation-independent and -dependent parts.
Codeless test automation tool
Test automation with Harmony includes two steps (1) use case testing (2) test case implementation. A Use case test step contains simple text , while a test case contains test steps with four elements (a) a keyword such as WHEN a parameter such as ‘Name’, keyword IS, and a value such as ‘Smith’.
Harmony covers the development part of the entire ‘DevOps process’. During ‘PLANNING’, we start from requirements, design use cases, generate abstract tests, finally make test steps. ‘CREATING’ covers the generation of executable test code and ‘VERIFY’ involves test execution and reporting.
Use case management tool
Use cases are created based on the requirements. Use cases are implementation-independent and can be made prior implementation. Programmers and testers can collaborate optimally in the sprint.
Harmony creates abstract test cases that are ideal for requirements verification. Harmony includes the simplicity of Gherkin syntax and enables continuous testing in the sprints. Automated regression testing has never been easier.
Design Harmony’s tests
Based on the requirements, you can design implementation-independent test cases by applying our use case testing. Extend them to executable Gherkin-based test description.