Constantly changing applications, diverse technologies, and the need for swift, high-quality results when developing software can be daunting.
Unlock the power of seamless software delivery and discover how OpenText UFT Developer tackles these pain points head-on. Dive into the top ten reasons why this shift-left functional test automation tool is essential for DevTesters and engineers, accelerating productivity and ensuring code quality in every development cycle.
Here are 10 reasons why UFT Developer is a must-have:
- Shift-left testing: Accelerate development by testing simultaneously with application creation—enhancing collaboration and boosting productivity.
- IDE integration: Seamlessly integrate with popular IDEs like Visual Studio, Eclipse, and IntelliJ—enabling developers to work in their preferred environment.
- CI server compatibility: Support for Jenkins, TeamCity, Bamboo, and Azure DevOps ensures effortless integration into continuous integration pipelines for streamlined workflows
- Enhanced Selenium integration: Expand Selenium’s power with UFT Developer’s API extension—facilitating quick and robust test script creation.
- Comprehensive reporting: HTML run reports provide detailed insights into test execution, aiding developers in swiftly identifying errors and improving code quality
- Service virtualization: Save time and effort by simulating backend APIs and Virtual Services—enabling efficient test automation against virtualized backend services.
- Object identification tools: Maintain consistency in testing models by adapting to changes in the underlying application— ensuring stability and reliability.
- Parallel testing: Run multiple tests concurrently on various environments, be it physical, virtual, or dockerized—ensuring efficient use of time and resources.
- Mobile testing integration: Seamlessly integrate with UFT Mobile for end-to-end automation of mobile applications— providing developers with comprehensive mobile testing capabilities.
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