What Is Quantum Framework?

Quantum is an open-sourced, cross-platform test automation framework that lets diverse teams (SDETs and business testers) get started quickly with full-blown test automation by supporting behavior-driven development (BDD).   

Quantum can be a one-stop framework for teams using Selenium and Appium. Used with Perfecto, teams have a single low-code solution for test management, maintenance, and execution at scale.


Why Integrate Quantum & Perfecto?

Perfecto has a built-in Quantum integration that benefits developers and test engineers as they expand automation.

Easy Setup & Creation

Cross-functional teams easily create end-to-end mobile & web test automation scripts via any leading IDE, such as Eclipse or IntelliJ IDEA. Use it with Java or JavaScript in combination with Gherkin-style scenarios. 

Use all the common features of BDD Cucumber: data tables, scenario outlines, examples, backgrounds, and more. All testing can be created inside a Maven project and triggered through testNG from the common IDEs.


Stable Execution in the Cloud

Because the entire execution of Quantum BDD test automation runs in the Perfecto cloud, it is guaranteed that the execution will be 100% stable on clean and secured Android and iOS devices as well as all other desktop browsers. Executing the tests either from IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, or through Jenkins and other CI servers is fully supported and stable.


Detailed Reporting & Fast Feedback

Like with any test execution, customers integrating Quantum and Perfecto enjoy a powerful test reporting and analysis solution. Reports include screenshots, videos, logs, and root cause analysis classification. This capability helps eliminate noise and focus only on the real defects in the apps under test.


Getting Started With Quantum & Perfecto

Quantum is free and simple. Get up and running in minutes by downloading the Quantum starter kit from GitHub into your IDE. Build on the sample projects and expand to your unique projects for mobile, web, or both.

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