Action-based testing language
Action Based Testing (ABT) is usually considered to be an automation technique. It is commonly positioned as an advanced and practical alternative to other techniques like “record & playback” or “scripting”. Much about ABT is discussed in the following pages.
The test language
Most tests consist of a sequence of action lines, with their action keywords and arguments. Actions are available as built-in actions, or can be created as user actions, implemented either with action definitions or programmed in an automation harness.
TestArchitect includes a library of built-in actions to perform a myriad of functions.
TestArchitect has a number of built-in settings that control various runtime behaviors of TestArchitect.
TestArchitect Automation Classes
Language independent syntax line notations, and basic functions in TestArchitect automation and engine classes.