As the World Wide Web evolves, testing has to keep pace. In line with that, ACCELQ is high in demand, and so is Cypress.
But how do ACCELQ vs. Cypress compare? What are their pros and cons? What product capabilities do they offer? And what kind of customer experiences do they facilitate?
What is Cypress?
Cypress allows testing teams to keep up with the speed of innovation by enabling fast, easy, and reliable testing. Offering a complete, end-to-end testing experience, Cypress is easy to set up and use. Furthermore, it provides a range of next-level insights into bugs and issues.
In point of fact, the tool isn't Selenium-based and is built with a new architecture. Unlike Selenium tools, where remote commands execute through the network, Cypress makes it possible for the tool to run in the same loop as the application.
Unlike other types of testing that require a lot of tester effort for seamless integration, Cypress offers multiple tools in a single system that all work seamlessly with each other. As a result, it eliminates the need to install different tools and libraries to get the test suite up and running.
How does a Cypress tool enable testing?
Cypress testing is extremely developer-friendly as it is built from the ground up. It helps overcome the challenges of designing and running end-to-end tests. This explains why its functionalities bode well for modern-day engineers.
Moreover, Cypress testing makes end-to-end testing a breeze — thanks to the facilitation of an all-in-one testing platform with an assertion library and mocking and stubbing capabilities.
Although Cypress testing has recently been introduced in the testing community, it has gained immense traction. Here's why
- Cypress is easy to set up and install. Further, it has no dependencies and does not require any additional downloads or changes to existing code.
- Using Cypress, testing teams can quickly and easily write and execute tests in real-time as they build cutting-edge web applications.
- The tool allows teams to design a suite of modern CI tests, record results, and gain powerful insights via advanced dashboards and reports.
- Since Cypress runs tests locally, teams can seamlessly debug their tests while making the most of parallelization and load balancing capabilities.
- They can also record their test results, screenshot them, and share aggregated insights with peers.
Why do you need automated testing?
When it comes to supporting browsers like Safari and Internet Explorer, Cypress testing fails miserably while offering limited support for iFrames.
These limitations pave the need for automated testing tools that offer easy and sustainable ways to automate Web, Mobile, API, and Desktop testing. Automated testing tools should automate all aspects of the quality lifecycle – right from test design to testing planning, execution, and more.
Taking a design-first approach, these tools exhibit high levels of modularity, eliminating the need for custom frameworks. Being CI-ready, scalable, and highly secure makes them the perfect fit to test enterprise web applications.
Furthermore, automated testing tools which are codeless enable manual testers and business analysts to automate a range of testing activities - without the need for any programming. Built with virtualized abstraction for functional testing, they enable early, in-sprint automation while integrating seamlessly with existing tools like Jira, Jenkins, Bamboo, etc.
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Why is ACCELQ the ideal software testing tool?
In today's highly competitive testing marketplace, ACCELQ is one of the best tools for Web,Mobile,API,Desktop,and Packaged Apps testing. Built using AI and codeless technology, it helps in enabling data permutations and accurate coverage based on business semantics.
In essence, the tool ensures data abstraction is consistently driven across test scenarios and manages multiple variants of test data suitable for different test execution environments.
Offering advanced coding and self-healing capabilities, ACCELQ:
- Is easy to understand, set up, and use and allows teams to capture UI elements seamlessly.
- Eliminates framework overhead while offering unmatched features for automating testing across web, mobile, API, desktop, and mainframes.
- Allows testing teams to make the most of ACCELQ’s capabilities with minimal coding and maintenance.
- Enables testers with meager coding knowledge to easily automate test cases, lessening the burden on them and enabling quick in-sprint automation and code reusability.
- Supports different browsers and OSes, allowing teams to kickstart and complete projects in no time.
- Helps improve business process outcomes, drive innovation and reduce time-to-market.
- Automates test generation of complex web test design, maximizing coverage and minimizing tester stress and frustration.
- Offers a robust application blueprint and a strong visual test design, allowing testers to keep their focus on business needs.
- Leverages embedded frameworks, thus bringing modularity for faster development and lower maintenance.
- Allows testers to develop a range of different test scenarios based on predictive analytics and path analysis.
The Bottom Line
In the complex world of web testing, testers need simple and efficient ways to develop robust and flexible test suites. Although Cypress testing has gained immense popularity in the last few years, it lacks modern-day automated testing capabilities.
On the other hand, ACCELQ offers an advanced test automation tool for seamless and comprehensive test automation. The tool is codeless, intuitive, and highly extensible. As a result, it offers simple and sustainable automation that is 3x faster than any other tool.
Looking to automate all aspects of the quality lifecycle? Contact us today to learn how to maximize test coverage and boost test results with ACCELQ.