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SNAP Testing Types

Functional and Workflow Testing

Functional and Workflow Testing

Testing all the possible combinations for the defined functionalities of an application, is realistically not achievable, even if an organization employs a host of Manual and Automation testers. What does SNAP do differently, that helps organizations, achieve 100% functionality coverage ?

  • SNAP intelligently understands the changes happening to the relevant sandbox environment and ensures all the relevant dependency related and workflow test cases are generated,

  • SNAP smart engine allows the user to compare changes to the latest test cases with the previous version of the test cases, ensuring all impacted functionalities are tested thoroughly.

Integration and End to End Testing

Integration and End to End Testing

In large organization, there always exists integration between two or more applications. In such a scenario, dependency on multiple application SME’s is an ordeal. The SME’s have to collaborate to ensure the integration testing is achieved and the testing is also exhaustive. Very few companies are able to achieve this.

In order to ensure, Integration / End-to-End testing is handled on one single platform, SNAP has the option to allow the users to make use of the Integration Testing feature.

  • This feature ensures the user can seamlessly align test cases that are generated through SNAP or bring in the existing test cases and work alongside to ensure the end-to-end business scenarios testing, across multiple platforms and/ or applications are handled.

  • SNAP ensures this feature reduces the organizations dependency on multiple application SME’s

  • SNAP’s integration testing feature allows the user to make use of either the Big-Bang approach of Integration Testing or use the Bottom-Up or Top-Down integration testing approach.

Regression Testing

Regression Testing

Regression testing ensures the testing team keeps executing the same set of test cases over a period time, which becomes difficult to explain to the business stakeholders the time, effort and cost associated. Also, with the changing nature of the product development, the maintenance of the regression test cases is never taken into consideration, along with the increase in the complexity.

SNAP structures the test cases in a way:

  • That allows the user to ensure there is a tremendous scope for them to reuse the dynamically generated test cases, based on the changing requirements. The test cases generated are aligned with ‘Test Suites’ and these ‘Test Suites’ are a collection of either the functional / business process test cases. The ‘Test Suites’ are then bought into a ‘Test Package’, where the user can adjust the testing scenarios, by using the desired Test Suites for the execution. The entire process is automated and there is no major human involvement in terms of time, cost and effort.

  • Since SNAP generates test cases that are Dynamic and Real-time, any changes to the program of code, will allow SNAP to generate updated test cases. Once after this, user can make use of the Impact Analysis feature to ensure only the impacted test cases are executed, ensuing the reduction in the maintenance effort, time and cost.

Mobile Testing

Mobile Testing

With widespread options available to organizations to handle the Mobile Testing needs, choosing one mobile testing platform/ tool is a very tricky option. With any mobile testing tool, the organization will have to invest in test automation SME’s to develop separate mobile testing frameworks.

SNAP, presents a solution with it’s inbuilt Mobile Testing feature, that allows the user to automate the test cases generated as part of the platform, without the need to script, scan or develop separate frameworks.

  • SNAP’s Mobile Testing feature allows users to test a wide range of scenarios viz. functional and business process.

  • Apart from the functional correctness of the Mobile Application under test, SNAP’s mobile testing allows user to visualize the business process correctness.

  • Reduces the overall test resources involvement.

API Testing

What makes API Testing with SNAP easy to use for any user ?

  • SNAP generates test cases for the API testing scenarios, this is designed in order to ensure the business correctness of the API’s being tested, is validated before the actual test commences. SNAP allows the user to Integrate API & UI Test Cases to achieve End-to-End scenarios testing.

  • SNAP API Testing ensures, the concept of Shift Left Approach for testing is put into practise, to ensure the testing timelines are met, early defect identification and fix happens, and the manual test cases generated ensure any user can understand the testing that is happening.

Agile and Continuous Testing

Agile and Continuous Testing

In the current scenario, where the organization’s emphasize on accelerated software delivery and maintaining the release time-lines, Agile /Continuous Testing is a great way to ensure the expectations are met. Although this is an ideal scenario, few of the drawbacks that exist in the traditional Agile and Continuous Testing methods are:

  • Maintenance: Teams need to develop relevant test cases and update them accordingly to ensure the requirement correctness is met. This is a huge time-consuming effort.

  • Defects: Since there are large builds tested on a regular basis, the defect tracking becomes another hassle.

These drawbacks are effectively handled by SNAP, where:

  • SNAP Generates test cases automatically, reducing the time, effort and cost required for the maintenance of the test cases. This allows the user to automatically build test suites and test them with ease.

  • With respect to the defect management, SNAP can be integrated with any defect management platform, which ensures, the failed test cases are automatically logged as issues into the defect management platform.