Dear Katalon users,
In our recent “Test Automation Landscape 2020” report, “Quality at Speed” is found as an industry-standard, and the adoption of Agile and DevOps seamlessly increases. These two trends fuel the demand for automation QA professionals.
If you are a manual tester who wants to switch to automation, our speaker’s stories will inspire action and prepare you for the journey ahead. For everyone else, this webinar will simply serve as a helpful guide to the process.
You will get to know:
- Why and how to apply test automation
- Easily switch to automation with Katalon Studio
- Clear steps to make the switch via live demo
Time: 1:00 PM EST | Thursday, Oct 8, 2020
Speaker: Ajamo Adams (Author of “Stop Coding” book) and Dzung Ngo (VP of Product at Katalon LLC)
Thanks for your interest in Katalon webinar. If you were not able to join the event, worry not! Please find the recap video HERE.
Also, please take a look at some of the FAQs/questions asked in the webinar:
Q: Do I need to learn the programming languages before doing the automated tests?
A: Knowing programming languages is encouraged but you can start doing automation with codeless solutions such as Katalon which help minimize the programming skills needed.
Easily download here.
Q: Where can I learn about basic automation and basic Katalon Studio?
Q: How to define the test that should be done in a manual or automation test? Other notices/things that need to be taken into account when starting with automation?
A: Please check out our blog posts for your reference:
Q: What is the programming language used in the Katalon test script? Do I need to write the code or be able to create the test without coding skills?
A: Katalon currently supports test script written in 2 programming languages: Groovy and Java.
Creating a Test Case with Katalon Manual Mode allows users with less experience in programming to easily generate automation tests.
Thank you again and look forward to seeing you at our upcoming webinars!
For more to come, stay tuned and happy testing!