Extensible testing

What is extensible testing?

Extensible testing allows technical experts to extend their tools with code. Proprietary testing tools are extremely valuable since you don’t have to build something from the ground up. But, without extensibility its functionality can be restrictive. Extensible testing provides multiple ways to power-up your tooling with your own code.

No Code testing with AI is crucial for automated testing

Why is extensible testing so useful?

Quality Engineers, SDETs, and Developers who have scripting knowledge can create even more powerful tests with code.

Create even more powerful tests with code snippets

How can Functionize help?

Much more than codeless testing

Functionize is a low-code platform designed to make testing easy for everyone. However, you can power-up Functionize tests with features that are designed for technical experts who wish to apply code.

Power-up your tests with code if you feel like it!


Leverage the Functionize data model and extend the software with programmable code snippets that are reusable across your projects for your whole team.

  • Extend Functionize to do anything, including mid-flight actions like accessing an external system to create a valid order number or generating random data with specific formats
  • Host your Internal Extension in Functionize, whether you want to create libraries in NodeJS, Python, or Go
  • Or, build your External Extension to trigger an externally hosted API like submitting an order from a POS machine or managing credentials so you can store them on your own system

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Custom javascript

Write custom javascript as an action in Architect to interact with the browser. The javascript function returns a true or  false value to allow the step to pass or fail. Examples for using custom javascript include:

  • Verify that the correct ads are loaded
  • Verify the correct number of search results appear on each page
  • Verify the correct order of information appearing for the user

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Javascript selectors

By default, Functionize uses machine learning to recognize elements in your test. However, in some scenarios you may want to override the selector using code. Examples for using javascript selector include:

  • To calculate what to select
  • To select something that changes every time like an A/B tested feature

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AI-Powered Testing

Functionize is the industry’s most advanced enterprise AI-powered testing. We help teams break through testing barriers and enable organizations to release faster.

Learn how Functionize intelligent testing platform can help you:

  • Create AI-powered tests using Architect or plain English via natural language processing
  • Reduce test maintenance time by 85% with self-healing tests
  • Scale test execution and run cross-browser tests in parallel