When applying for new jobs, some companies requires candidates to have experience in both manual and automation testing. This leaves the questions, where do I start to become a automation test engineer? What skills do I need for this?
In the software testing world, there are two types of testing — manual and automated testing. The aim for both is to execute testcases and take the outcome and compare with them expected results.
Depending on what your needs are, your automation testing tool must be compatible with many different aspects of your team and company. The best automation tool available on the market does not guarantee the best outcome for your team, it has to be the right one.
Choosing a framework to run your automation test against can be tricky. This can cause a lot of uncertainty. There are a lot of good tools out there to write and run end-to-end tests. Deciding on your automation tool does depend on your product or project and what you want to get out of automation testing.
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