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Testim vs WebdriverIO: What are the differences?

Introduction: Here we will discuss the key differences between Testim and WebdriverIO in the context of web testing automation.

  1. Language Support: One major difference between Testim and WebdriverIO is the language support. Testim primarily uses JavaScript for writing test automation scripts, while WebdriverIO supports multiple languages such as JavaScript, TypeScript, and other programming languages like Java, Python, Ruby, etc.

  2. Ease of Use and Learning Curve: WebdriverIO is considered to have a steeper learning curve compared to Testim. Testim offers a visual, codeless test automation approach that allows testers with minimal programming knowledge to create and execute tests easily. On the other hand, WebdriverIO requires more technical expertise and knowledge of programming languages for effective test script creation and automation.

  3. Built-in Test Infrastructure: Testim provides a built-in test infrastructure that includes cloud-based testing infrastructure for parallel and distributed testing. In contrast, WebdriverIO relies on external infrastructure for parallel testing, which may require additional setup and configuration.

  4. Integration and Compatibility: Testim offers seamless integration with popular CI/CD tools like Jenkins, TeamCity, and Bamboo, making it easy to incorporate automated tests into the development pipeline. WebdriverIO also supports integrations with CI/CD tools but may require more manual setup and configurations.

  5. Community and Support: WebdriverIO has a larger and more active community compared to Testim, which could provide more resources, forums, and support for testers using the tool. Testim, while having a supportive community, might not have the same level of resources available for troubleshooting and knowledge sharing.

In Summary, Testim focuses on simplicity and codeless automation for testers with limited programming knowledge, while WebdriverIO offers more flexibility and customization options for experienced testers with a stronger technical background.

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we are having one web application developed in Reacts.js. in the application, we have only 4 to 5 pages that we need to test. I am having experience in selenium with java. Please suggets which tool I should use. and why ............................ ............................ .............................

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Prashanth Marappa
Senior Software Engineer at Mphasis · | 1 upvotes · 220K views
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with the help of selenium we can automate react js for functional testing

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Hi, I am starting out to test an application that is currently being developed - FE: React. BE: Node JS. I want the framework to be able to test all UI scenarios (from simple to complex) and also have the capability to test APIs. I also need to run tests across all OSs and Browsers (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS). I have also looked into react-testing-library and @TestProject.io. Any advice you can give as to which framework would be best and why would be so much appreciated! Thank you!!

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You should also definitely look into Playwright, which is a new automation tool from Microsoft building on top of the Puppeteer experience and trying to bring this experience in the cross browser space - very exciting project. Great team. Also CodeceptJS as already Playwright support which at a ton of valuable features on top of Playwright, give it a go!

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Jinesh Khimsaria
Test Automation Specialist at Personal · | 3 upvotes · 74.2K views
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I'm also looking for the same, FE: React & BE: NodeJS. Cypress won't help as it lacks cross-browser testing, it doesn't support all the browsers. I'm still investigating it, but looks like WebdriverIO may fulfil what I'm looking for - Cross-browser testing, integration with CI/CD, running it as a docker service, good support on assertions & reporting of test results. Let me know if you found any information on any of the above mentioned points.

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Hi Esther, if you really need cross OS and cross device automation Cypress wont help, with WebdriverIO you can do it … and check out CodeceptJS, which is a wrapper around several frameworks (like WebdriverIO) and will support future players (currently for example upcoming Playwright) as well.

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      Best solution for broad browser support

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      What is Testim?

      It uses artificial intelligence to speed-up the authoring, execution, and maintenance of automated tests.

      What is WebdriverIO?

      WebdriverIO lets you control a browser or a mobile application with just a few lines of code. Your test code will look simple, concise and easy to read.

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      What are some alternatives to Testim and WebdriverIO?
      Selenium
      Selenium automates browsers. That's it! What you do with that power is entirely up to you. Primarily, it is for automating web applications for testing purposes, but is certainly not limited to just that. Boring web-based administration tasks can (and should!) also be automated as well.
      Cypress
      Cypress is a front end automated testing application created for the modern web. Cypress is built on a new architecture and runs in the same run-loop as the application being tested. As a result Cypress provides better, faster, and more reliable testing for anything that runs in a browser. Cypress works on any front-end framework or website.
      mabl
      Mabl is the leading intelligent test automation platform built for CI/CD. Integrate automated end-to-end testing into your development lifecycle.
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      Applitools delivers the next generation of test automation powered by AI assisted computer vision technology known as Visual AI. Visual AI helps Developers, Test Automation Engineers and QA professionals release high-quality web and mobile
      JavaScript
      JavaScript is most known as the scripting language for Web pages, but used in many non-browser environments as well such as node.js or Apache CouchDB. It is a prototype-based, multi-paradigm scripting language that is dynamic,and supports object-oriented, imperative, and functional programming styles.
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