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NoCodeBDD is well suited for organizations where fast development is a key factor and not compromise the quality in the process. This helped us reduce the time required for testing and focus on the business growth. This application helps teams to collaborate while developing the features for the product. My to go for modern development process.
It is best suited for implementing the automated test cases in a human readable form so it's easy for non-technical members of the team and stakeholders to understand the test cases, features and the functionalities of the application. Automation of Integration tests and End to End tests are good use case. It is less appropriate or situations where the focus is only on the writing and maintenance of unit tests.Incentivized
Organizing featuresRun features in one clickCollaborate using gitEasy access reports
Mobile testingNosql testingBrowser stack integration
SpecFlow does not accepts optional input variables in the methods defined during Gherkin statement implementation. Cucumber supports optional input variables in the methods defined during Gherkin statement implementation.The tests identified while using SpecFlow with NUnit removes all white spaces in the scenario names. It makes the tests less readable. If the white spaces are not auto-removed, it would be much better for readability as well as their actual identification in the repository.Incentivized
NoCodeBDD [has] shown remarkable features like collaboration and most importantly test automation. Unlike other products, it does not require [a] lot of learning and understanding of the product. Most importantly you don't require code development skills as it is no code application. This is the loving part about this product. It helps in all levels of development let it be development, testing, QA, and Product owners review.
SpecFlow is .Net based which supports C#. Behave is Python based. Cucumber is Java based. Ghost Inspector is no-code based but provides very limited testing features. We wanted to implement BDD so we rued out using Ghost Inspector. Most of the developers in my team are C# experts so it was decided for everyone's comfort to go for SpecFlow rather than Behave or Cucumber. It's import to have technical experts in the language of the automation framework because there are many situations where the solutions to the test automation needs are not straightforward and implementing those requires expertise in the related programming language.Incentivized
Huge positive impact on ROIWas able to cut down cost in Testing and QA.Was able to deliver features much faster than usual
Everyone stays on the same page regarding the behavior of existing functionalities whether it be technical or non-technical individuals. So there is less need for multiple people to get involved which saves time and thus money.Reusing the same code through the implemented Gherkin statement saves test automation time and thus reduces cost.We combine SpecFlow with other opensource testing technologies to make our automation framework more versatile which further saves costs for us.Incentivized