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UiPath vs. testRigor

Are you searching for an intelligent automation tool that can reduce testing efforts, cut costs, and expedite test completion? Below is a comprehensive comparison between testRigor and UiPath to aid your decision-making. Explore and determine which tool aligns best with your needs.

Why testRigor?

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Generative AI-based Test Creation
testRigor's Generative AI engine can generate automated tests based on test case titles.
Ease of Use by Non-Technical People

testRigor offers three simple methods for creating tests:

  1. Automatically generate test cases using generative AI, provide test titles, and steps are generated within seconds.
  2. Write test cases in plain English without coding or automation knowledge, using text visible on the UI as locators and avoiding complex CSS and XPath locators.
  3. Record actions as test steps using the test recorder.

In contrast, UiPath requires a drag-and-drop activity workflow for test creation, which is not feasible for non-technical people. Another option is to capture UI elements and user actions using a recorder, with many required installations/ configurations dependencies, which makes it more time-consuming and complex than testRigor's straightforward approach.

Desktop Web Testing

testRigor supports desktop web, mobile web, desktop native app, and mobile app testing for Android and iOS, i.e., everything in plain English. Use either emulators or actual physical devices for testing, as your choice.

Performing mobile automation using UiPath is tedious, requiring complicated installations, connections, and configurations such as Studio license UiPath.MobileAutomation.Activities packages, device farm, Appium server, and configured devices and applications. Procedures to manage local and cloud devices on UiPath have multiple steps and a steep learning curve, making them difficult to execute.

Mobile Web Testing
Desktop Native Application Testing
Native and Hybrid Mobile App Testing - Android and iOS
UI Testing

testRigor helps you perform all testing types faster and more accessible using the generative AI feature.

Completing the visual testing using UiPath needs either hybrid testing with a mix of automation or manual testing. The other way to test both UI versions is by using the object repository feature. First, create the object repository for the first version of the UI, build the test case, and then update the object repository with the descriptors of the second version of the UI.

End-to-End Testing
Data-driven Testing
Cross-browser Testing
API Testing
Continuous Testing
Database Testing
Visual Testing
Behavior-Driven Test Generation

Through testRigor, testers can use the features written in plain English by the business team as their test cases. Here, the test cases are channeling the behavior of users directly.

UiPath requires setting up the Given-When-Then steps using drag-and-drop XAML workflow.

Reusable Rules/ Subroutines

testRigor and UiPath both support reusable rules.

However, when using UiPath, extract XAML files having workflows and then use Invoke Workflow activity to integrate workflows (XAML files), which is inconvenient.

In contrast, testRigor requires just the name of the rule in plain English to invoke it, and that's it; there are no multiple steps involved. It's super easy and convenient.

Email Testing

testRigor supports sending emails, receiving emails, sending attachments, and validating these three scenarios, all easily accomplished using plain English.

In UiPath, activity UiPath.Mail.Activities.Business.SendMailX sends an email from the specified email account. You must add this activity to a Use Outlook 365, Use Gmail, or Use Desktop Outlook App activity.

Consequently, email testing using UiPath is not as user-friendly.

Multi-Factor Authentication(MFA)

testRigor supports Gmail 2FA in test cases.

UiPath has a custom activity that needs to be downloaded from UiPath Marketplace, and it uses the secret key to bypass MFA.

reCAPTCHA Resolution

testRigor helps automate image-to-text and Google reCAPTCHA easily.

UiPath has a custom activity that needs to be downloaded from UiPath Marketplace and many other dependencies, making this process cumbersome.

Built-in Login Support

testRigor supports login with a single login command.

UiPath does not provide built-in login support; you must create a workflow yourself.

Phone Call

testRigor supports making calls using Twilio. It can validate that a call is ringing, answered, etc.

For UiPath use UiPath.Twilio.IntegrationService.Activities.MakeCall activity to make a call.

Sending SMS
testRigor supports sending SMS using Twilio. You can validate if the SMS is delivered, sent, or failed and its contents.
Reading SMS
testRigor supports reading and validating the SMS contents.
Geolocation Testing
testRigor works with geo locations and helps simulate “moving” the device.
File Upload

Use testRigor to upload single or multiple files in the test case with a simple command: enter "<FILE_URL>" into file input "fileField"

However, UiPath requires the creation of the complete activity workflow requiring many steps for file upload.

Audio Testing
Perform audio testing in testRigor by recording, comparing, playing, and validating audio files in tests with simple commands: check that audio is playing.
Downloaded File Testing

testRigor verifies file downloads and validates their contents using simple commands. Supported file types are PDFs, CSVs, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and more.

You need to create the activity workflow for download yourself in multiple steps.

Video Testing
Validate that the video is playing by the simple command: check that video is playing.
Test Execution Features
Run on Physical Devices
Both tools support testing on emulators and physical devices.
Parallel Test Runs

testRigor supports in-built parallel test runs to achieve high-speed execution.

For UiPath, you need to create a workflow using Parallel Activity and deliberately add the required test cases in that workflow to run in parallel.

Customized Test Data

testRigor generates data based on the detected field type (with about 50 types), and you can also provide your test data. testRigor creates random data conforming to a specific format every time the test runs.

UiPath, on the other hand, provides support for 7 types of customized test data, such as random string, name, address, etc. However, this support is less expansive than what testRigor offers.

Screenshots and Reports

testRigor provides in-built screenshots and reporting features.

For UiPath, you need to install UiPath.Core.Activities.TakeScreenshot and drag the same into the designer pane while creating a workflow.

Recorded Video of Test Execution

testRigor provides end-to-end recorded video of test execution.

UiPath allows only the last 3 minutes of the execution to be recorded (when enabled), allowing you to have a walk-through of any errors that might occur towards the end of execution.

testRigor uses its self-healing capabilities to update the test cases automatically as and when the application or element attribute changes. Self-healing reduces maintenance efforts drastically.
Free Version of Tool

testRigor provides unlimited free public access and a 14-day trial.

UiPath provides a 60-day trial with UiPath Studio for on-premises.

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