Test Management Tool [Opensource/Licensed][agile/general]

karthik nithianandam's picture

Which tool is the best for Test Management. It must be suitable for any type of software projects and it can be integrated with any third party issue tracking tools[eg. bugzilla etc.,].

[Opensource, Licensed][agile, general]

5 Answers

Arslan Ali's picture

You can try Kualitee. It's a cloud based test management solution allowing you to create custom test and bug reports. Download and Upload reports in a format of your choice. Has integration with JIRA.  Have an interactive dashboard with different graphs available to you.

The tool is free for a team up to 20 users.

Himani Kankaria's picture

Hey, you can try TestingWhiz. It is an automated testing tool which has around 300 built-in commands with which you just have to drag and drop to build your test cases. Also, you can generate millions of test data automatically to help you build the re-usable kind of testing logic in your automation scripts. For continuous integration, it supports Jenkins & Bamboo. 

 

Coming to your requirement, It is suitable for software projects and it can be integrated with the third party tracking tools like Atlassian Jira, Mantis & FogBugz that will make sure that your bugs are reported constantly and continuously and you can also check the status. Failed test cases can be transferred to defect tracking tools with the help of capturing screenshots.

TestingWhiz can also be integrated with Test Management Tools like HP Quality Center so that you can synchronize any of your test cases in real-time.

Well, the enterprise version of this tool is available for free for 30 days. But, when purchased, it has more functionalities and features to be experienced. You can download it from here at http://www.testing-whiz.com/download.

When I had my first software project at IT shcool, I tried it for only 30 days. But, now most of my clients are using it like a PRO.

Pavan Kumar's picture

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I would like to recommend ClicTest.

ClicTest is a one-stop software testing solution for implementing end-to-end software testing. ClicTest has powerful Test Management module which allows a test manager to easily create a Test Plan along with option to create tasks milestones and assign tasks to resources.

ClicTest also has a very good option where 2 versions of a test case can be compared in a pop up. As part of Test Management it has a bug tracking tool called ClicBug. To know more about ClicTest Test Management features, follow the link http://bit.ly/23nsR20

 

Aston Calvin's picture

You can try Tarantula. It is a modern tool for managing software testing in agile software projects. It is free. It aims to be the best open source test management tool, especially in Agile Testing, Testing management, Reporting and Usability.

 

Sourabh  Chowdhury's picture

Selenium

The Selenium framework is the best choice for web test automation teams testing for RWD (responsive web design) or stand-alone websites.

It's less suitable for developing unit testing, which makes this framework less appealing for developers.

Core Selenium test reports are not highly

informative and lack unique mobile insights.

● Appium

Appium is best suited to QA teams trying to test the The functionality of the native, mobile web, and mobile hybrid apps across iOS and Android.

This tool is less suitable for developers who wish to develop and perform unit testing.

● Calabash

Calabash is designed for organizations that work in BDD (behavior-driven development) workflows. The tool offers an easy path to develop the features in parallel with the tests for these features in an easy

user-flow based language.

Today testing has become easier with the help of

automated testing, allowing you to check for bugs in critical journeys on a wide variety of device types and OS in one go. Test Automation has advantages of the decreased cost of fixing bugs by 5X over the long term, run more tests with a minimal cost increase, increase the scope of coverage, and easier way to find defects. I use a tool called QAppAssure, it is a platform for a mobile experience testing automation, which automates your testing process using an industry-unique integrated platform to ensure every release is bug-free. It has an On-field and on-cloud devices availed testing, which helps the app owner understand both the sides of the coins that are the bug faced by the current users and also before release too which in my opinion is extremely crucial. It also enables integrated test management and makes it easy to use

all Jira and CI/CD tools in one place and also

reports all bugs from all the destinations with the

support of Multiple Frameworks like Appium,

Calabash, Espresso, UI Automator, XCUITest, are

supported.

I was extremely delighted with this tool and hope

that sharing this information would help you while automating.

 

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