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The integration with UFT is nice.
It's fairly user-friendly. It was quite easy to use.
Some of the valuable features are version control and the ability to create different collections in terms of segregating the authorization for teams who connect to small projects.
The most valuable feature is reusing test cases. We can put in a set of test cases for an application and, every time we deploy it, we are able to rerun those tests very easily. It saves us time and improves quality as well.
The stability has always been very good.
The ability to quickly make your own components has been valuable.
It’s been really easy to automate the same application TestComplete struggled with. I have been able to automate two of our key applications in just a few months. I haven’t even taken their training.
From a testing perspective, the management is awesome. I am able to do testing and then add the reporting and the evidence. It is fair in terms of the price that you're paying. You get what you're paying for.
CA ARD has some beautiful features which I haven't found anywhere else. For example, when designing or creating our test cases and doing scenarios, we are able to restrict our flows. If we take a data link between two processes, we can actually restrict it, so that, in production, if our functionality breaks down, we can restrict that and all the flows related to it will be removed from the test data set.
It has many features, but the main things that we need are the test cycles and integration with automation because we have automation for the web and mobile applications. We use it for test case management to run the test cases and get the results. At this moment, it is fulfilling our requirements. We are able to get the test execution report and the test pass and fail report. This summary is delivered to our management.
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Rony_SklarCommunity Manager at IT Central Station
There seem to be 2 different approaches in test management - BDD and TDD. What are the differences between these approaches, and what are the relative pros and cons of each? Thanks!