What are the features of a good test framework?

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Can someone help me with the good practices one should follow to have a smooth test automation framework? Thank you in advance.
Feb 8 in Selenium by Esha
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The features of a good test framework can be listed as follows:-

  • Flexible in the programming language supported.
  • Support a wide range of keywords and actions.
  • Provision data sources for input, this makes taking input from different source easy.
  • Should allow multiple creation and manipulation of test cases.
  • Define priority for test case
  • Should provide both Manual and automated execution
  • Keep track of test results.
  • Report creation and the readability.
  • CI tool integration eg. Jenkins
  • Cross-browser and cross-platform support is mandatory for the coverage of multiple platforms.
These are the few important behaviour of a good testing framework.
answered Feb 8 by rishu

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