Continuous integration (CI) is a software development approach that breaks your development into smaller pieces, allowing teams to run frequent tests, detect issues earlier, and deliver faster. Continuous integration enables software teams to increase the frequency of deployments by identifying and troubleshooting defects earlier in the development cycle and encouraging stronger collaboration between developers– making it a crucial practice for DevOps.
TestLeft facilitates a true continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) process by making it fast and easy for developers to automate functional tests.
With TestLeft, you can create and run automated tests right from your IDE, like Visual Studio, IntelliJ IDEA or Eclipse, enabling a seamless workflow with your continuous integration and continuous delivery process. TestLeft lets you run automated tests after each build using tools you already use within your development environment. Once tests are executed, you can then track changes, merge modifications and restore previous project versions or schedule, provision, and frequently deploy builds for continuous delivery.
With TestLeft, you can say goodbye to extra plug-ins and extensions to enable a continuous integration and continuous delivery process. TestLeft seamlessly embeds itself into your development environment so you can take advantage of the current ecosystem that you already have set up today. You never have to worry again if your test automation tool supports Jenkins or other DevOps tools.
TestLeft is a collaboration tool that can be used by business analysts, developers, and advanced testers working in an agile testing environment. Business analysts can write user requirements for either a Test-Driven Development or Behavior-Driven Development process. Developers can get involved with testing earlier without ever leaving their environment and advanced testers can work in an IDE to quickly identify and troubleshoot defects when they are cheaper.
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Test earlier and more often by running UI desktop and web tests from within IDEs like Visual Studio, IntelliJ IDEA & Eclipse.