Increase test coverage by reusing Web, Mobile, and API tests built in Qyrus to quickly automate and validate end-to-end test cases to provide a seamless experience across all channels of your application
Validate product quality and consistency across web and mobile applications by quickly building automated tests using Qyrus codeless framework.
Validate end-to-end processes by reusing automated web, mobile, & API tests. Using Qyrus, business technologists can optimize and validate user experiences across different combinations of devices, browsers, operating systems, and geographies
Qyrus has plugins with leading development tools for defect management, continuous integration, and team collaboration that enable business stakeholders to streamline Integrations and connectivity while maintaining prior workflows and business processes. By simplifying integrations, Qyrus' automation testing enables continuous delivery systems focused on improving quality, enhancing efficiency, and reducing time to market.
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Performance profiling metrics on Qyrus enable testers to get a more granular view of how their API or APIs perform over time.
There have been a range of additions to mobile test building that make the process even simpler and more efficient. Learn More how you can improve your Mobile Testing with Qyrus.
The Xray integration is an out of the box integration that provides a link between your Xray issues and your Qyrus test scripts. Upon execution of these test scripts, the results are then populated straight to Xray to view execution results and updates from a single platform.
Low-code/no-code platforms can provide a wide range of benefits for teams in the testing industry. By identifying specific use cases, carefully evaluating different platforms, and implementing governance and security measures, teams can use low/no-code automation to improve their testing processes and achieve their goals
Testing an individual API is good but testing the functionality of multiple APIs together in a chain is an even better API testing strategy because that’s how APIs work in a real-world scenario.
CLI commands allow users to interact with, inspect, or execute automated test scripts without visiting the Qyrus UI. They have a range of functionality including allowing testers to execute scripts, update global variables, upload IPA/APK files, delete IPA/APK files, and send reports via email, all through pipeline.