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Don’t use hard assertions everywhere!

#Assertions #SoftAssertions #HardAssertions #Verifications

Assertions are the guide sticks in test automation. Hence the assertions play the most vital role in test automation to identify issues in the system under test. Adding more and meaningful assertions will offer reliability in the functionality of the application.

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More assertions → more checkpoints →

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Sajitha Pathirana

Sajitha Pathirana

Tech Enthusiast, SDET | Test Automation Consultant, and a Product Designer. I write about QA Trends, Testing, and Test Automation.

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