Greetings from Testsigma!
We at Testsigma are delighted to have you here with us on our journey towards #SmartTestAutomation.
In the course of automating your tests, if you face any doubts or issues, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the chat support at Testsigma Website.
If you are already familiar with the Testsigma Project Hierarchy, here's a quick video for you to get started on your First Test Case:
Note: Please try on Google Chrome browser if you are facing issues in playing the videos.
Otherwise, please read on to know more:
Testsigma uses a simple hierarchy for organizing multiple Projects, Applications, Versions for each of those Applications and the Test Cases for all of them.
Here's a Sample Project hierarchy with a real-world scenario to understand more about the Hierarchy - Sample Project Hierarchy in Testsigma.
Once you have gone through that, here's a step by step tutorial for creating and running your first test case:
1. How to create a Project
2. How to create a Test Case
3. How to add Test Steps to Test Cases
4. How to run the Tests
This series of quick videos shows us how to create and run Tests for a Web Application.
Here's a quick walk-through on creating your first Web Application Test using Testsigma:
Web Application Testing using Testsigma
Once you are comfortable with that, we can move onto creating some advanced Test Cases such as Data-driven Tests and a Parallel Test Execution in Testsigma.
Data-driven Automated Testing using Testsigma
Parallel Automated Testing Using Testsigma
Now we can move onto Hybrid Executions!
Hybrid Execution allows you to run your Tests on your local Machines. Configuring your System for Hybrid Executions might require some help and our Support team is always available to guide you with that.
Please try the below guide to setup your system for Hybrid Execution. Feel free to get back to us if you get stuck.
If you have started writing tests and unable to find the correct natural language query for your requirement, check this list of Natural Language Queries available in Testsigma. Also, an updated list of NLP statements are already available in the Testsigma App in the Test Cases page.
Testsigma contains an extensive grammar for creating Test Steps using natural language. However, if you ever need help with a custom functionality that is not found in the predefined grammar, we have provision to create a Custom Function tailor made for that.
Here's a detailed guide to creating Custom Functions tailored to your needs - How to use Custom Functions in Testsigma?
Also, our Technical Team will be more than happy to assist you in this task.
And to conclude,
Welcome to the #SmartTestAutomation journey with Testsigma!
Happy Automation Testing!