Functional testing

What is functional testing?

Functional testing checks for application functionality from a users perspective to make sure it meets the expected requirements.

Why is functional testing so important?

Testing software functionality is essential to make sure your application is meeting user’s expectations. Yet, these tests can be tricky to automate, especially if you have a complex application. Automating functional tests requires adequate test planning to optimal coverage.

How can Functionize help?

Functionize your functional tests!

Functional tests are easy to automate with Functionize. Multiple features allow tests to be reusable with dynamic data without the need for code.

Functionize helps with localization testing via test cloud located in your region.

Variables and Expressions

Variables are a powerful way to expand test coverage test functionality. Once you create a Variable, use Expressions to input the Variable into other steps of the same test or different tests in the same project. Functionize provides pre-built Functions and allows live Javascript evaluation during test creation so you can see how the Variable will behave at runtime.

Generate Random Data

Generate random data to ensure each run uses unique values, including fully functional email addresses and phone numbers. This can save you from creating dummy email and text message accounts, while still allowing you to verify two-factor authentication. You can also generate random dates in multiple formats, and specify character counts for mixed text, numbers, and strings.

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