Алексей Лянгузов
Grid Dynamics, Saint Petersburg

Visualization of UI autotest coverage

Sometimes QA Manager, Project Manager or Customer are interested in how good our automated tests are. How they cover the functionality of our application?

I have to reveal the secret: pretty often Test Automation Engineers would like to know this coverage as well. But they do not have exact answer. There are some well-known approaches which are used for “low-level” automated tests, code coverage, for instance. However there are no such methods for automated UI tests.

Someone says: “Model-based-testing!”. “Too complex and tedious” - will answer others.

I’m saying “Easily!” and going to tell about simple method how to measure and visualize the coverage of your UI autotests. The approach is based on open-source technology [http://plantuml.sourceforge.net](http://plantuml.sourceforge.net) and do not require to follow standard MBT practices.

This approach will make happy both wow-picture fans and severe and ascii-etic Test Engineers.

Audience level
Lightning Talk (20 min)


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