Quick Start

Getting started with CloudBeat

Infrastructure selection

If you/your company haven’t decided on an automation testing infrastructure just yet… here’s a great open-source and completely free to use framework that integrates perfectly with CloudBeat, with easy “Plug&Play” entrance to automation testing, JavaScript based.

P.S: If you already chose a different infrastructure for your automation testing, we also support other popular frameworks such as:

  • Java + Cucumber

  • Java+ TestNG

  • C# + MSTest

First things first

Congratulations on joining the best testing/devops platform ever! In order to get started, project creation is needed, create your project in projects screen.

For more detailed information on creating your projects - Projects Screen.

Customize your tests

Create a folder by right clicking the dashboard, type the folder name and create it.

After creating the folder, you may create a test case (Web or Mobile) by right clicking the folder and choosing create button , once you created a test, you may select it by clicking it.

When selecting a case from the left panel - a table of options will be opened to the right (In the center of the screen).

The menu contains the following:

  • Details: Describe in words the what the test case is about (free text).

  • Settings: Choose the settings you want your test to run with.

  • Script: Write/Load the source file.

  • Devices/Browsers:Choose which server and which Browser/Device you want to run on.

  • Parameters: Load a parameter file (CSV/XLSX)

  • Schedule: Choose a schedule you want to run automatically (on demand by default).

Run test “Suites”

Create a folder by right clicking the dashboard, type the folder name and create it.

Right click the folder you created and choose “Create Suite - Web” or “Create Suite - Mobile”.

After creating the suite, you may select it by clicking it in the left panel.

When selecting a suite from the left panel - a table of options will be opened to the right (In the center of the screen).

The menu contains the following:

  • Settings: Choose the settings you want your test to run with.

  • Cases: Select the cases you want to be contained in the specific suite.

  • Devices/Browsers:Choose which server and which Browser/Device you want to run on.

  • Parameters: Load a parameter file (CSV/XLSX)

  • Schedule: Choose a schedule you want to run automatically (on demand by default).

  • Notifications: Select a group to be sent a notification via email with the suite result once finished.

After you have your tests configured under the “Cases” screen, you can now run multiple tests (Suites) and receive detailed reports and run each test with a different setting (More than one iteration, separate parameter file attached on a case level)