Software development has transformed over time. Developers have gone from executing a project in the “waterfall” method to the “agile” method. As part of the agile methodology, software testing is carried out throughout the application lifecycle. This means that the detection of bugs happens much earlier on in the process, thereby giving a much wider scope for immediate bug-fixes.

However, when testing early, certain tests are repetitive in nature. Handling them manually requires a lot of time, and does not leave much scope for QA engineers to work much ahead in time. This article explores how to make test automation successful in an agile environment.

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