Is No Code Test Automation for Real?
The process of test automation can be like running on a hamster wheel – engineers must constantly write and rewrite automation code due to changes to the UI, device form factor, dynamic content, and so on. As a result, companies abandon automation because they don’t see a return on investment.The holy grail of test automation is not to write code, also called no code or low code (LCNC) automation. This is also the concept behind RPA (Robotic process automation), where machines mimic human actions. With advancements in classification algorithms, no code automation and self-healing can reduce false positives, thus eliminating the heavy human effort needed for test automation.