3.8 out of 5 (4 Ratings)
Apr 20, 2017
The integration with other Microsoft TFS tools is a big plus. Unit tests and automated UI tests can be set up in the same IDE we use for writing the rest of our code. With the unit tests you have additional tools that will tell you how much code coverage you have. You also have the ability to run your tests every time you save the project. The unit tests easily integrate with the build-deploy workflow. UI tests can be recorded from a manual test. You can also run load tests with your UI tests.
Jan 25, 2017
if your a developer its a good product. Need it more from a BA perspective
Aug 12, 2016
VSTS offers lots of flexibility around Test Automation. Features are targeted towards both Microsoft and non-Microsoft testing frameworks. The test automation features in VSTS are tightly coupled with the tool (builds and release). This is great for Continuous delivery efforts. Where VSTS lacks features is solely around the test capabilities: - The ability to execute automated tests manually (Automated tests are triggered through builds) - Manual Testing capabilities of is not as mature as other Testing tools available in the market VSTS as a complete ALM tool is a great product. It integrates and promotes close collaboration within teams to innovate their software delivery cycles. The automated testing features need to mature though.
Aug 12, 2016
Ultimately we didn't have the internal resources to allocate to fully reach the potential of the product, but XTC provided a solid platform for us to write our tests that would cover the app satisfactorily.