Web applications are constantly changing to help businesses differentiate or remain competitive. Each change to the frontend has the potential to break functional tests. Is AI the answer? In this webinar, we will discuss the challenges of frontend testing, backed by results of a Testim survey. We will show how test automation frameworks have evolved, and how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can create a new path forward for test automation.
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Here are two questions we received:
Q. If a button moves like that though, wouldn’t you want your test to fail so that you know the button has moved? If it still passes when elements have moved all over the place then you could end up with a horrendously messy page that doesn’t look right at all, but the tests still pass?
A. For both questions, When testing a business processes; having a test fail because a button moved or changed size with an “Element not found” error Is less than ideal. It causes extra work to figure out why a test is failing with a generic error message.
Better would be to let the business process testcase pass with moved (but logically correct) objects and then to have separate UI validation tests that validates location, size and/or style of objects within the page’s layout.