Tesbo : An Awesome Test Automation Framework with Plain English Text But not BDD

Tesbo is a hybrid Test Framework built top on the Selenium which allows you to use the plain English language to define the test which helps you to reduce the development and maintenance time and efforts. sounds similar to the BDD framework (i.e. Cucumber, Specflow, Gauge, etc...) ??? But No It Isn't... It's much better than Cucumber.

In this session, we will look into why we have developed Tesbo and how it will reduce the development and maintenance times of web and mobile test script.

This session will focus on the

  • Introduction of Tesbo
  • Advantages of Tesbo
  • Feature description
  • Test Development and Execution demo
  • Future plans for Tesbo
 
 

Outline/Structure of the Demonstration

  1. Introduction of Tesbo: 5 Minutes
  2. Problem Statement: Why we have built the Tesbo?: 5 Minutes
  3. Advantages of Tesbo: 5 Minutes
  4. Key Features: 10 Minutes
  5. Demo: 10 Minutes
  6. Future plans for Tesbo: 5 Minutes
  7. Q&A: 5 Minutes

Learning Outcome

Participants will walk away with a good understanding of the Tesbo framework and how they will utilize it easily.

Target Audience

Any one(Manual Testers, Test Automation Engineers, Test Leads, Test Managers, Project Managers etc...) who wants to perofrm automation testing can easily learn Tesbo.

schedule Submitted 4 months ago

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  • Deepti Tomar
    By Deepti Tomar  ~  3 months ago
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    Hello Nishil,

    Thanks for your proposal!
    Could you please update the Outline/Structure section of your proposal with a time-wise breakup of how you plan to use 45 mins for the topics you've highlighted?

    And, to help the program committee understand your presentation style, can you provide a link to your past recording or record a small 1-2 mins trailer of your talk and share the link to the same? 

    Hope you've read the review process requirements to ensure proposal completeness.

    Thanks!

    • Nishil Patel
      By Nishil Patel  ~  2 months ago
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      Hey Deepti, Apologies for the delay in response.

      I have updated a Time-wise summary for my topics, I will try to record my session and upload a video soon.

      Thank you.
      Nishil Patel

      • Deepti Tomar
        By Deepti Tomar  ~  2 months ago
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        Hello Nishil,

        Thanks for the update! We look forward to receiving the video from you soon.

        Thanks,

        Deepti

        • Nishil Patel
          By Nishil Patel  ~  1 week ago
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          Hello Deepti Tomar, 

          Here is the link of the video of my small presentation regarding Introduction of Tesbo

          https://drive.google.com/file/d/14VODp8zSWJCu3vAmqZxkFEFdBCS5J1ZL/view?usp=sharing

          I have recorded it on mobile but I hope this will enough to get the idea!!!!

          Please let me know if you require more details from my side

          Best,
          Nishil P.

  • Pallavi ...
    By Pallavi ...  ~  2 months ago
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    Hi Nishil

    There are already many frameworks available over Selenium.  And bdd tools have their own advantage and usage which is not necessarily related to only automation but an approach to product and team communication.

    So comparing them wont be fair in here. What do you think about it?

    As far as Tesbo is concerned and this talk can it be done in 20 mins? 

    If it had to.

     

    • Nishil Patel
      By Nishil Patel  ~  2 months ago
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      Hi Pallavi,

      Thanks for your comment. Yes, I exactly understood BDD, Its Development Practice instead of Test Automation Tool/Framework. But most of the time its discuss while QA and Automation come into the picture. No one is discussing this as part of Dev Practices. 

      I'm not trying to compare Tesbo with BDD, I just tried to convey its NOT BDD. 

      Yes, My talk to Introduce Tesbo would be completed in 20 Min.

      • Pallavi ...
        By Pallavi ...  ~  2 months ago
        reply Reply

        okay Nishil. 

  • Robin Gupta
    By Robin Gupta  ~  3 months ago
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    Can you please explain "Free for Now" on the Tesbo Report (Beta) , as per https://www.tesbo.io/ ?

    Also, can you please highlight differences between Cucumber, Specflow, Gauge or TagUI and Tesbo?

    For integrations to external systems like Slack, JIRA, Zapier etc, do you have framework APIs exposed? Or the Automation engineer would have to setup external integrations themselves?

    • Nishil Patel
      By Nishil Patel  ~  3 months ago
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      Hello Robin, 

      Thank you for Review my proposal, here is the details about the Question.

      Can you please explain "Free for Now" on the Tesbo Report (Beta), as per https://www.tesbo.io/?
      • Currently, Tesbo has two main components, One is Framework which helps you to write Test, Run them and generate a local report which is on IDE or Editor level and Another one is the Cloud report which is a web application and helps you keep history and provides you a Test Analytics. 
      • We wanted to commercialize the Cloud Report later but we have not decided the complete strategy yet and that is why have made this available for trial, free for now, 
      Also, can you please highlight differences between Cucumber, Specflow, Gauge or TagUI and Tesbo?
      • Honestly, I don’t much idea about the TagUI but here are the few points that highlight the main difference between Tesbo and other tools.
        • In Tesbo, you don’t need to map English language Text to code snippet to run step which is actually an overhead for the Tester to maintain the feature file and code as well, Tesbo is the Keyword-based framework, where you just need a plain English language to write a Test, Almost no code., Tesbo internal engine will understand the step text and perform the action based on it.  
        • However, if you required to write a code for some situation, you can do it in Java as similar to cucumber, Specflow, etc.
      For integrations to external systems like Slack, JIRA, Zapier, etc, do you have framework APIs exposed? Or the Automation engineer would have to set up external integrations themselves?
      • Currently, Tesbo Report is in the development stage and Slack and JIRA integration are in our Road Map, We are going to develop an API for that so it will be very easy for anyone to Integrate. 

       


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