Creating Your First Codeless Test Cases

The first step is to create your testRigor account here, and confirm your email address.
Next, it's time to add a test suite, which will serve as a collection of your test cases for a given environment. We recommend one test suite per environment (e.g., one for production website, another for staging website, another for your iOS application, and so forth).
New Test Suite
Fill in the fields (note that some fields are specific to the type of testing you select):
  • Test Suite Name: Give your test suite a distinctive name to easily distinguish between suites.
  • Type of testing: Choose between Desktop Web, Mobile Web, Native and Hybrid Mobile, and Native Desktop.
  • OS: Select between Ubuntu, Windows, and Mac OS (Note: Mac OS is available exclusively in paid versions).
  • Username and Password: These fields are not mandatory, but having them filled in allows you to use the "login" command in any test case, instead of specifying login credentials each time.
  • Upload file: Directly upload your Android APK or AAB file. If you need to upload iOS .ipa files, use an external provider (we recommend LambdaTest).
Once you confirm the creation of your test suite, you will land on the next page, where all of your test cases will be. Click + Add Custom Test Case button:
Add Custom Test Case
On the next screen, when adding a new custom steps test case, you can choose from three options:
  • Fill in the description field along with the steps using testRigor's plain English-based commands (see full documentation here).
  • Fill in the description (try to be as specific as possible) and tap the “Generate sample test using AI” button. After clicking "Add and Run", testRigor will generate sample steps, making it easier for you to edit into the final test case.
  • ill in the description (again, try to be as specific as possible) and tap the “Generate actual test using AI” button. Click "Add and Run", and watch testRigor generate a real test for your application.
Add Custom Test Case Popup
Once completed, click either Quick Edit or Edit a test case to modify the steps, if needed.
Edit Test Case
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