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testRigor vs. AccelQ

AccelQ is a codeless test automation tool that allows you to create test cases from a business perspective by defining product universes, scenarios, actions, and other such features. However, testRigor offers a great set of features in a simplified way. Being a cloud-based, AI-powered test automation platform, it offers great flexibility in testing across platforms and making automating complex scenarios easy. Let’s take a look at some of the key features to see how testRigor compares with AccelQ.

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Supported Features
Generative AI-based test creation
You have the ability to generate entire automated tests based on test case titles using testRigor’s Generative AI engine.
Cross-platform and cross-browser testing
Both tools offer testing support to native, web, or hybrid mobile apps, desktop apps, and web apps.
Visual testing
testRigor supports visual testing via screenshot comparisons and identifying web elements by images.
API testing
Both tools support API testing.
Cloud-based platform
Both tools are cloud-based.
No-code test creation
Both tools support no-code test creation through plain English commands. However, there are prerequisites when it comes to achieving this with AccelQ which is not the case with testRigor.
Easy process for writing test cases
Though both tools support no-code test creation, the process gets complicated with AccelQ due to prerequisites like creating contexts, actions, and defining elements before writing test cases. This is not the case with testRigor which simply lets you log in and start writing test steps in plain English.
Continuous integration
Both testRigor and AccelQ support CI for testing.
Screenshots and screen recordings during test runs
Test execution evidence like screenshots and screen recordings are captured by both tools.
Record-and-playback capability
Along with codeless and generative AI-based test creation, testRigor also offers the record-and-playback option for creating test cases. The benefit here is that you can edit the test case to make it reusable after it is recorded. AccelQ allows recording logic for developing actions and scenarios and has a separate recorder for contexts.
Smart UI element locator capabilities
AccelQ requires recording contexts and identifying elements before writing actual test cases. This is not the case with testRigor as it simply expects you to mention in plain English how the element appears on the screen. There is no need to create a library of UI elements and their locators here.
Easy third-party integrations
testRigor and AccelQ integrate with other platforms to form a testing ecosystem.
Ease of use
AccelQ provides a highly interactive UI that can be both an advantage and a challenge for users. In contrast, testRigor maintains a balance by allowing the user to freely use the editor while ensuring all necessary information is readily accessible, thereby minimizing distractions.
Help documentation and tutorials
Both tools offer rich documentation.
Test data generation for testing
Both tools support creating or uploading test data.
Headless mode support
Both testRigor and AccelQ support headless mode.
Parallel test execution
Both tools support the parallel execution of tests.
Capability to run tests on local systems, on-premise
testRigor and AccelQ support on-premise as well as cloud solutions.
In-built reporting and analytics capabilities
Both tools offer good reporting and analytic capabilities.
Email notifications
Email notifications are sent by both tools for test updates.
Audio testing
testRigor offers the capability to record, compare, play, and validate audio content in test cases.
Accessibility testing
Both testRigor and AccelQ support accessibility testing.
Ability to identify widely used icons and UI elements
testRigor comes with Optical Character Recognition (OCR) that can identify texts in images and interact with other elements or buttons based on machine-learning image classification.
testRigor follows the highest security standards and is SOC2 TYPE2 and HIPAA certified.
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