Does this sound familiar?
You just finished Tricentis Academy’s self-paced online test automation training courses and created your first test cases with Tricentis Tosca. However, as you are about to build the base for your automated testing portfolio, you are not sure where to start and how to set it up in the most efficient way.
If so, you’re in luck. We decided to collect the top Tricentis test automation best practices and share them in our knowledge base so everybody has easy access to them.
To create the best practices, we reviewed practices from our consultants working the field, expertise from our product managers that know how to use their features in the optimal way, and valuable input provided by our customers. These practices are the key to reducing maintenance efforts, catching more errors, saving time, and making your portfolio easily readable and understandable for people in your business.
To help you quickly identify and master the best practices most relevant to your work, we’ve captured each practice in an easy-to-read “bite-sized” format: describing each topic, giving an example and highlighting the benefit. They are never longer than one page.
For example, here’s what a simple naming convention tip look like:
To benefit from all these lessons learned, head on over to our knowledge base, where you can find the best practices for the different sections of Tricentis Tosca—for example, best practices for Modules, TestCaseDesign, Execution, or working in multi-user repositories. This will help you to jumpstart your test automation projects and maximize the value of Tricentis Tosca.