Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Protractor
Score 9.0 out of 10
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Protractor is an end to end test framework for Angular apps.N/A
Tricentis Testim
Score 7.0 out of 10
N/A
Testim.io, from Tricentis since the February 2022 acquisition, leverages machine learning for the authoring, execution and maintenance of automated test cases. Testim uses dynamic locators and learns with every execution. It is designed to produce fast authoring and stable tests that learn, thus eliminating the need to continually maintain tests with every code change.
$450
per year per test run
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User Ratings
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Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
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6.3
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Usability
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User Testimonials
ProtractorTricentis Testim
Likelihood to Recommend
Open Source
It is a strong fit for end-to-end acceptance and regression testing inside the browser.
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Tricentis
Well Suited for: Web Application Testing: It excels in automating tests for web applications, including e-commerce websites, CRM systems, and internal web-based tools. Its codeless approach and AI-driven test creation make it suitable for testing various web applications. Regression Testing: It is well-suited for regression testing, where existing test cases need to be executed repeatedly to ensure that new code changes do not introduce defects. Testim's self-healing capabilities help maintain test stability when the application's UI changes frequently. Cross-Browser Testing: Tricentis Testim is an excellent choice for cross-browser testing. It allows organizations to create tests that can be executed across different web browsers, ensuring consistent functionality and user experience. Not suited for: Complex Desktop Applications: Tricentis Testim is primarily designed for web application testing. It may be less appropriate for automating tests of complex desktop applications or applications that do not have a web-based UI. Highly Technical Testing Needs: Organizations with highly technical testing requirements, such as complex API testing or intricate database testing, may find Testim's codeless approach limiting. Specialized testing tools may be more appropriate.
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Pros
Open Source
  • Async operations for browser-based validation tests. This kind of feature is a must-have for building tests to scale.
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Tricentis
  • Very intuitive and easy UX/UI
  • Great support team for any question
  • Ability to create automated tests from zero without knowing code
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Cons
Open Source
  • It would be great to see the Protractor API implemented successfully inside a non-Angular web application.
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Tricentis
  • Backend test has issues to perform.
  • Cost wise perhaps, it's on the higher end
  • Speed
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Usability
Open Source
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Tricentis
We are using Testim all the time. Every new, big we roll out feature has tests and it is our only tool for regression tests.
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Open Source
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Tricentis
They are very helpful and responsive. If I had any issue they helped solve it, even if it was neglect on my part.
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Alternatives Considered
Open Source
Cypress.io is an alternative end-to-end test framework that does NOT use Selenium. Since I've only evaluated this tool as a possible solution, my estimation of its performance against Protractor is incomplete. However, if you and your team are looking for automation solutions outside of the Selenium scope, then Cypress.io may be a good fit given the problems you're trying to solve.
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Tricentis
Tricentis Testim provides features like Codeless Automation, Rapid Test creation, Self healing tests, parallel test execution which Selenium lacks. Secondly Tricentis has reduced maintenance and ease of adoption.
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Return on Investment
Open Source
  • Increased the number of reliable end to end tests inside my test suites.
  • Decreased the number and frequency of false-positive test runs/results.
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Tricentis
  • Insightful and efficient reporting
  • Fast test execution
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Tricentis Testim Screenshots

Screenshot of Prioritizes work and manages teams and projects.Screenshot of Create custom JavaScript steps to handle any scenario and share them across tests.Screenshot of Configure and edit tests with pre-built and custom actions.Screenshot of Testim Mobile