Based on the requirements, you can use the action-state test design technique to model abstract tests. The result is a much higher bug detection. Abstract tests are easy to create before implementation. The concrete model and the test code can be easily generated from this model.
Model-based and codeless tool
Harmony includes two modeler steps (1) abstract model and (2) concrete model. Double model-based testing supports defect prevention, better implementation, true shift left testing, and reduces complexity. The concrete model can be generated which makes test automation very easy and fast.
Harmony covers the development part of the entire ‘DevOps process’. During ‘PLANNING’, we start from requirements, design action-state model, generate abstract tests, and finally make test steps. ‘CREATING’ covers the generation of executable test code and ‘VERIFY’ involves test execution and reporting.
Test code generation tool – Cypress integration
With the help of Harmony, you can design abstract test cases that are ideal for requirements verification. The designed test cases detect much more bugs, thus your code will be of higher quality. Fewer bug fixes result in lower software development life cycle expenses.
Phase I: Test design automation
Based on the requirements, you can design an abstract model, that is a shift left, implementation-independent solution. Harmony can generate abstract test cases that can be manually executed by testers and will detect most bugs.
From the abstract model, you can easily generate the concrete model and the executable test code. Just execute the abstract tests step by step and everything is done by Harmony. The tests can be executed by the Cypress test runner.