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Hybrid Application Test Automation

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Introduction:

In this blog, we’ll look at what a hybrid application or hybrid app is, the challenges that come with testing a hybrid application, and why hybrid application test automation is important.

When we talk about hybrid applications, we might refer to either a hybrid application or a hybrid work flow. A Hybrid Application, for example, is one that contains both desktop and web components or a work flow that begins on the web and ends on an application on a mobile device in a device farm is a hybrid workflow.

Hybrid applications are extremely complex to develop, but the benefits they provide makes them important for businesses to develop hybrid applications. Businesses require an effective and bug-free hybrid application to deliver a better user experience to their users. To deliver such an application, we should perform proper testing However, the truth is that catching each and every bug isn’t easy. Here regression testing comes into the picture. Regression testing is tim consuming but necessary for product reliability. How do we deal with such scenarios? The answer is test automation.

Nowadays, test automation is becoming more popular. According to the MarketsAndMarkets report, the global Automation testing market is estimated to develop
at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 19.2% from USD 20.7 billion in 2021 to USD 49.9 billion by 2026. Because of the fast adoption of modern technologies, the automation testing industry is expanding. The increased proclivity of businesses to use modern testing methods such as DevOps and Agile methodologies is related to market growth, and these methods lower automation testing cycle times and help businesses to get Shorter Go-To- Market for their software products.

Hybrid Application Test Automation:

Now let’s see why we require hybrid application test automation. Testing a hybrid application is very tricky and complex. Manually testing a hybrid application is a time- consuming and expensive process. Test automation is the most efficient and effective technique to test software. It saves both time and money, and it also allows testers to identify bugs immediately and helps developers to fix bugs in a short period of time and allows humans to work on other tasks. So, test automation is the best way to test a hybrid application.

There are many frameworks available in the market but only a few are completely automatic; some require manual scripting, and some require a lot of manual intervention. algoQA is a unified platform for End-To-End Test Automation. When using algoQA, profiling is the only step that requires manual intervention.

Why algoQA for Test Automation?

algoQA is an “End-To-End” unified test automation platform that covers UI Based Test Automation, API Test Automation, and Load Test Automation. algoQA supports Hybrid Applications along with Web Applications, Desktop Applications, Mobile Applications, Robotic Process Automation, and Embedded Software.

algoQA is technology agnostic, and it supports multi-language scripting and seamlessly works across ALM. algoQA supports the top five scripting languages like JavaScript, Python, Typescript, Java, and C#.NET and algoQA can generate scripts in the technologies of your choice that can be run anywhere. algoQA is simple to use and execute. The test scripts produced by algoQA have high script quality and are simple to maintain and algoQA can seamlessly integrate with test management systems and test execution clouds. It seamlessly integrates into a federated environment and accelerates automation without the need for anything to be replaced. In order to support a Hybrid Application or Hybrid Workflow, algoQA can switch frameworks during run time and this makes algoQA more efficient and
effective.

algoQA reduces scripting efforts significantly without writing the scripts not by record and play but by low code and no code principle; hence the scripts produced by algoQA are not flaky. It also supports different frameworks like Selenium, Appium, Squish, Cucumber, LambdaTest, etc… It can also act as an extension to your current test automation platform by utilizing any custom techniques that users may have created. With algoQA, Selenium, Appium, Squish, TestLeft, and many other tests are simplified!

Conclusion:

Hybrid applications are extremely complex to develop, but the benefits they provide makes them important for businesses to develop hybrid applications. But manually testing a hybrid application is more complex and difficult; hence test automation is the only solution. Test Automation is unquestionably huge progress for testing in general. The adoption of test automation will accelerate in the upcoming years due to its ease of use, implementation, and maintenance.

algoQA supports a wide range of applications, including Hybrid Applications, Web Applications, Desktop Applications, Mobile Applications, Robotic Process Automation, and Embedded Software. algoQA is a technology agnostic that supports multi-language scripting, and it can seamlessly work across ALM. algoQA also has multiple reporting formats to choose from. algoQA has a Higher ROI, and it is SaaS-based. Click here to know more about algoQA.

algoQA Optimizes and automates testing by leveraging AI and ML and provides 100% test coverage & accuracy through automation and 80% test automation and test maintenance cost saved by using algoQA. With the help of algoQA’s Rapid Testing, your productivity will boost by 5 times, and the test automation cycle time will be cut by 80%. By leveraging algoQA, businesses can get Shorter Go-To-Market & Enhanced Productivity.

By leveraging algoQA, you can make your test automation BETTER, FASTER,
CHEAPER and INHERENTLY SCALABLE.

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Written By – Vadeesh Budramane & Abhinag Reddy

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