It’s all about what’s appropriate, to both development and business sides to a project.
Sometimes investing is a feature-rich
Test framework is a good idea, but starting small is always the best place to start.
But if you have integration with
CD in sight, then the tests run must be as lean (fast) as possible.
There are several
Web accessibility tools that are easy to integrate as part of
These tools will check against the
WCAG2 standards, but final evaluation should be with real users with real accessibility devices and software.
Implementing a tool to run automated checks across the web/mobile app will keep development on track.
CLI tools, as this will ensure integration with the build pipeline will have less impact/overheads
Here are some ways that
Test engineering easily helps with
Dockeriseyour test framework (better portability and ease of running).
- Keep package-count low, and specify versions so pointless updates do not occur.
- Ensure processes are properly “killed” at the end of test runs.
- Use cloud service to store historical reports and other test artifacts (like screenshots)