Auto healing tests
Detect failure, let Ui Inspector automatically attempt to fix the issue, and then re-run the test to ensure that the issue has been resolved repeatedly until the test passes or the maximum number of attempts has been reached.
Maximize Your Visibility and Control
Ui Inspector continuously monitors the system under test for any failures or errors that may occur. analyze and act upon system performance data in order to be aware of any potential issues and take corrective action as needed.
- Monitor systems and applications in real-time
- Identify issues, such as performance degradation, outages, or security threats, and take action.
- Prevent outagfailures.increase customer satisfaction and reduce system maintenance costs.
Generate the best version of your product
Quickly identify and fix any issues that affect ROI. Let Ui Inspector make the necessary adjustments in order to refine the results and guarantee that the data collected is reliable.
- Test and refine the capabilities of their system, and make sure that any errors or issues that arise can be quickly and efficiently addressed.
- Detect errors or issues, communicate those issues to the development team, and then quickly and correctly address those issues.
- Establish parameters to analyze the results of the tests in order to detect any inconsistencies or inaccuracies.
Experience fewer interruptions and errors
By detecting and correcting issues on their own, auto-healing tests can help to improve the reliability and stability of the system under test. save time and resources by eliminating the need for manual testing and rework and reducing the risk of system failures or outages.
- A comprehensive review of existing systems and processes
- Accurately detect issues and minimize downtime.
- Improve accuracy and performance.
FAQs on Auto healing test
Auto-healing tests notice when a test fails and then perform a preset action to recover from the failure. If a test fails due to a network problem, an auto-healing test may automatically reconnect to the network and re-run the test. If the test fails owing to an element not being found on the website, it may refresh the page and try again.
Various programming languages, testing frameworks, and automation tools can be used to construct auto-healing tests. Auto-healing tests are often implemented by adding recovery logic or error-handling code to test scripts.
By minimizing the time spent on manual intervention, auto-healing tests can enhance the dependability and stability of automated testing and allow for more tests to be performed in less time. Auto-healing tests are useful in a continuous testing pipeline, where the objective is to uncover errors as early as possible and minimize the impact of test failures on the development process.
Auto-healing tests are particularly useful for organizations that rely heavily on automated testing as part of their continuous testing or continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipeline. Teams that are running large numbers of tests on a regular basis can benefit from auto-healing tests, as they can help reduce the time and effort required to manually recover from test failures.
Auto-healing tests are also beneficial in scenarios where the test environment is complex and it may be difficult to predict all the possible failure scenarios. Auto-healing tests can help minimize the impact of test failures on the development process by recovering from failures quickly and efficiently.
Auto-healing tests are useful for teams that use automation for testing in areas like functional testing, performance testing, API testing, and end-to-end testing. This is particularly true for teams that are running their tests in distributed, cloud-based, or microservices-based environments.
- Failure Detection: The capacity to determine when a test fails by examining the test output or looking for certain circumstances in the test environment.
- Recovery Logic: The ability to recover from a failure by doing preset actions like as retrying the test, reconnecting to a network, or refreshing a page.
- Error handling: The ability to handle errors graciously and continue running additional tests while the test suite is still running.
- Self-diagnostics refers to the capacity to autonomously diagnose and determine the reason of a failure, as well as to perform suitable recovery procedures.
- Customizable: The flexibility to tailor the recovery logic and behavior to the needs of the test environment and the application under test.
- The capacity to manage a wide range of failure scenarios, including network outages, programme crashes, and data mistakes.
- Monitoring and reporting: The ability to report on test failures and recovery activities, such as failure rate, recovery time, and other data.
- Scalability is the capacity to handle a high number of tests and recover from several failures at the same time.
- Improving test reliability: Auto-healing tests can assist to enhance the overall reliability and stability of automated testing by automatically recognising and recovering from test failures. This can lower the amount of false positives and false negatives and allow for more tests to be done in less time.
- Reducing downtime: By automatically recovering from failures without the need for human involvement, auto-healing tests can assist to decrease downtime caused by test failures. This can assist in keeping the test environment running smoothly and reducing the effect of test failures on the development process.
- Reduced manual intervention: Auto-healing tests can assist to decrease the time and effort necessary to recover from test failures manually. This can free up resources for other tasks, such as developing new tests or analyzing test results.
- Improving test coverage: Auto-healing tests can assist to enhance test coverage by decreasing downtime and enhancing test dependability. This can assist teams in detecting problems early and improving the overall quality of their software.
- Improving the Continuous Testing Pipeline: Auto-healing tests can assist to enhance the continuous testing pipeline by decreasing the effect of test failures, allowing teams to notice issues earlier, and helping them to deploy software more quickly and confidently.
- Improving traceability: Auto-healing tests can assist to increase traceability by providing complete logs and reporting that includes failure and recovery information. This data may be utilised to discover root problems and gradually enhance the testing environment.
- Increase the overall ROI of test automation: Auto-healing tests can assist in improving the overall ROI of test automation by increasing the number of tests that can be performed on a regular basis and lowering the expense associated with manual intervention. It also aids in avoiding repeated test execution and decreasing test environment complexity.
Automated UI testing made easier.
Requires little to no time for the maintenance of your web applications.
Schedule your tests to run at any specific intervals to catch any issues that may arise.
Run tests on different browsers, to ensure that your web application is fully tested across different platforms.
Update test URLs anytime your web application changes, & fix broken tests, and easily add and remove test actions.
Simple steps to install and organize your tests into folders and tags to keep track of your tests.
Get notifications when your tests fail or encounter an error, and stay informed of any issues with your web application.
Debug your tests by jumping ot tests. View test execution history. Access browser logs & console output.
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Get detailed reports on the results of your every test, Export & share reports with your team to rectify them instantly.
Automate your testing workflow and integrate it with your favorite tools, platforms, and processes.
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Ui Inspector is an easy-to-use tool to create automated tests, run it and generate outputs to enhance your web application.
- No coding required
- Object recognition
- Test scheduling
- Compatibility with multiple browsers
- Testing on multiple operating systems
- Responsive design testing
- Functionality testing
- Performance testing
- Security testing
- Test data management
- Data validation