There are many debates going on whether testers should know programming languages or not. Everyone has his own way of backing the statement. But when I went on a deep research into it, I figured out that no matter what, along with soft skills, testers must know some programming languages as well. Especially those that are popular in running automation tests.
Nightwatch: Nightwatch is one of the preferred framework for experienced developers. Built using Node.js, Nightwatch is a W3C WebDriver API based automated testing framework for web applications and websites.
Protractor It is an open source functional automation framework which is also known as E2E testing framework which lets AngularJS web applications.
- JEST - JEST is a highly preferred framework for applications based on React. It provides an unambiguous and very convenient user interface.
- Jasmine - Jasmine is very beneficial for frontend testing. It includes both visibility testing as well as the responsiveness testing of UI across various devices with different resolutions.
- Karma - Karma is another popular open-source productive testing environment. It allows a QA to perform tests for an application in different environments. Karma allows the application script to be executed on real browsers and devices like phones and tablets. Karma aims to provide a testing environment for developers wherein they don’t need to set up loads of configurations. QAppAssure is worth a try if you are looking for tools that can automatically record and display test metrics. If you are interested in knowing the impact you have had after switching to automation tests, then simply check on how many human resources the entire process of automating tests involved and how many days did it take to test your product.