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 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 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
I was extremely delighted with this tool and hope
that sharing this information would help you while automating.