Simplify Test Automation using Katalon Studio - Avoid Reinventing the Wheel

In this talk, Jagmit will explain with a demo as why to use Katalon Studio for API, Web, Mobile, and Desktop Automated Testing. Katalon Studio is built on top of the open-source automation frameworks Selenium, Appium with a specialized IDE interface. Frequently, Agile teams struggle with development, enhancement and maintenance of Custom Automation Framework. How does Katalon Studio help the end-users overcome these challenges and complexities? Katalon Studio comes with cool features e.g. pre-built keywords, integrations, multi-browser and cross-platform support. Because of Katalon Studio’s user-friendly features, manual testers with little to no programming skills can also contribute towards test automation.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • Challenges in Custom Automation Framework and how Katalon Studio can overcome these challenges
  • How manual testers with little to no programming skills can also contribute towards test automation using Katalon Studio
  • How to accelerate test automation with Katalon Studio
  • Demo of an Android App automated test in Katalon Studio
  • Some of the Katalon Studio's shortcomings

Learning Outcome

  • Attractive and user-friendly features in Katalon Studio e.g pre-built keywords, Mobile/ Web Spy, and Record feature
  • How to easily automate an Android App test scenarios using Katalon Studio
  • With Katalon Studio manual testers with little to no programming skills can easily automate Web and Mobile UI and API components

Target Audience

Test Automation Engineers, Manual Testers, UI Developers and Project Managers

Prerequisites for Attendees

One should know the basics of Java, Selenium and Appium

schedule Submitted 3 weeks ago

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  • Kayleigh Jenkins
    By Kayleigh Jenkins  ~  5 days ago
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    This is going to be the best conference. I am looking forward to it.

    • Jagmit Singh
      By Jagmit Singh  ~  4 days ago
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      Thanks Kayleigh for the interest in the topic. Looking forward for meeting you at the conference. 

  • Saman Thomas
    By Saman Thomas  ~  4 days ago
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    Hope to see your topic, Jagmit!

    • Jagmit Singh
      By Jagmit Singh  ~  4 days ago
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      Thanks Saman for the interest in the topic. 

  • Mary Neal
    By Mary Neal  ~  5 days ago
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    Great job Jagmit! This may be very helpful for us. Thanks a lot and hope to see your topic soon.

    • Jagmit Singh
      By Jagmit Singh  ~  4 days ago
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      Thanks Mary for the interest in the proposal. Hoping to see you at the conference

  • Anant Kumar
    By Anant Kumar  ~  4 days ago
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    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • Re-upload the slide related to Katalon instead of Espresso, but I know due to the rush time, you couldn't make it until get approved from the admin team.

    Hope to see you in the conference day.

    • Jagmit Singh
      By Jagmit Singh  ~  4 days ago
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      Thanks Anant for the feedback. I understand the slides are related to Espresso instead of Katalon. And here are few reasons 1) As you cited, a this stage still waiting for the proposal to be accepted and upon acceptance will work on slide preparation 2) At the time proposal submission there was an option to upload slides for past presentation, so I did likewise.


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