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testRigor vs. Testsigma

Testsigma and testRigor are automation testing tools that use AI to yield high-quality results in end-to-end testing. Let’s compare key features to see how testRigor measures up against Testsigma for your test automation requirements.

Why testRigor?

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Supported Features
Generative AI-based test creation
TestRigor offers the ability to generate entire automated tests based on test case titles using its Generative AI engine.
Ease of use
Testsigma provides a highly interactive UI which 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.
Minimum maintenance overhead
Testsigma uses self-healing, which can inadvertently correct failing test cases that are experiencing legitimate UI issues. In contrast, testRigor uses its AI engine to identify elements using relative locations, avoiding unnecessary corrections to test cases that should legitimately fail.
Good reporting and analytics capabilities

Both testRigor and Testsigma provide robust reporting and analytics capabilities that make it easier for stakeholders to monitor and interpret results.

Additionally, both offer email services for report delivery.
Support for reusable rules
Both tools allow users to create reusable test steps that can be utilized across various test cases.
Support for mobile automation
testRigor and Testsigma support mobile automation on both iOS and Android.
Audio and video testing support
testRigor offers the capability to record, compare, play, and validate audio content in test cases.
Continuous integration (CI)
Both testRigor and Testsigma support continuous integration.
Ease of using platform-specific and custom commands
TestRigor supports platform-specific commands through its plain English language commands, without the need for additional extensions. Its powerful AI engine easily comprehends custom actions. Conversely, Testsigma allows for the integration of add-ons to customize action and verification steps not available in its library. These add-ons must be created via code.
Viable for both technical and non-technical team members
Both tools aim to simplify testing, facilitating collaboration among various stakeholders.
Integration with other tools
Both testRigor and Testsigma support integration with other Continuous Integration, bug tracking, test case management tools, and frameworks.
Capture screenshots and video recordings of test executions
Both tools capture screenshots and video recordings of test executions.
Ease of test data generation
Both tools support creating or uploading test data.
Parallel test execution
Both testRigor and Testsigma support the parallel execution of tests.
Support for native desktop apps
Both tools support remote desktop testing of both native and web apps.
Support for accessibility testing
testRigor supports accessibility testing and checks the UI elements against the various accessibility standards like Section 508, ADA, ACAA, AODA, CVAA, EN 301 549, VPAT, and more.
Support for API testing
Both tools support API testing.
Ability to test emails and validate attachments
For end-to-end testing, both platforms can work with emails. TestRigor allows users to interact with email content in a similar way to interacting with web elements. Testsigma also offers this feature, but it needs to be explicitly requested and also has limited flexibility.
Visual testing support
Both testRigor and Testsigma support visual 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.
Smart UI element locator capabilities
In Testsigma, the editor makes it easy for you to identify elements on the screen by maintaining a dictionary of UI elements. However, this approach still relies on implementation details like XPaths and ids. With testRigor, the experience is more human-like. It does not require a dictionary for UI elements, as its AI-powered engine manages this. Furthermore, it can identify dropdowns, tables, icons, and more.
Record-and-playback capability
Both testRigor and Testsigma have record-and-playback capabilities, but neither relies on this as the only method to create no-code tests.
Security certifications
TestRigor follows the highest security standards and is SOC2 and HIPAA certified.
Free version of the tool
TestRigor offers a free version available for anyone to use. On the other hand, Testsigma only offers a limited free trial period exclusive to business users.
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