Low code Testing Software

Anne Gyurnek's picture
Anne Gyurnek asked on November 17, 2021 - 1:52pm | Replies (3).

Our QA team has just started to work on an automated test strategy for our agile process and have been considering a low code approach. Is anyone using a low code product like Mabl or Leapwork for their testing? What has your experience been like and would you recommend a low code approach? 


3 Answers

Milla Ahonen's picture

We have been using Mabl for a year now and we have not faced any hiccups yet. I give my full recommendation.

Kanika Vatsyayan's picture

Though I have no personal experience of using Low code products, I would still recommend to stick with it. It will not only help you reduce the time to market with faster release cycle but is actually a very agile approach that helps you with all the productivity you need. The best part is you can use it to ensure higher risk management and faster transformations.  

Shubham Thakore's picture

As my 9+years of experience as an software engineer and software tester, I will recommended TestingWhiz for low codeless testing. I personally used a lots of automation testing tools but I mostly prefer TestingWhiz.

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