It is easy to maintain and easy to automate. No coding skills are required to automate. It is also easy in terms of transferring knowledge and skills. Many of my team members shifted over the past one and a half years, and there was no big issue with respect to knowledge sharing. It is a good tool that enables me to re-automate my scripts and update my scripts as quickly as possible. Looking at the amount of rework and maintenance activity that we had done for our scripts, it might have been a nightmare with some other scripting tool.
Micro Focus UFT One gives us integration capabilities with both API and GUI components. I like the user interface. It doesn't require that much skill to use and has automatic settings, which is useful for users who don't know what to select. It also has dark and light themes.
Code Conversion is one of the great features because sometimes, the automation tool doesn't have the capability of maneuvering around two specific evaluations.
One of the good things about Perfecto is the scalability that it provides.
The most valuable feature is automated testing.
The most valuable feature is that this is the first connected intelligence all-in-one platform.
The most valuable feature of this solution is virtualization.
It is a complete solution for mobile application testing.
I like that it offers internal methods for supported controls. It is very easy to code the tests. Object Spy is also a good feature.
The features I find most valuable is the automatic remapping of aliases, because it is really helpful.
The most valuable part of Experitest is the number of real devices on which the test is run.
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