Why Has No-Code Automation Taking Over?

What does No-Code mean?

No-Code Automation is a new approach by creating automation tests which allows the user to test an application without writing a single piece code or script. The aim is to make the setup so easy to use so that automating a test scenario takes less time and require almost no coding efforts. No-Code platforms feature prebuilt drag and drop activities and tasks that facilitate integration at the business user level.

To get a brief idea on No-Code automation, please have a look at the article here:

What is No-Code Automation? | Brainbox

Why No-Code Automation has Taken Over?

The conventional IT automation tests require good knowledge about coding which is essential for the set up and maintenance of test suits. This prerequisite for the coding knowledge leads to lengthier learning curve for the user. In addition, the use of multiple coding languages adds extra level of complexity to this. An elegant solution to this problem is to use No-Code automation which is currently getting lot of attention due to its ease of use.  In No-Code automation, test tool uses flowcharts and building blocks to create test cases rather than codes. This enhances the versatility of No-Code automation tool as anyone in the QA team regardless of their programming knowledge can perform the tests. The visual interfaces with simple logic and drag and drop features rather than the codes makes it user-friendly.  The use of No-Code automation simplifies the maintenance of the automation tests as the modification of codes are not needed.

Code-less automation testing tools are a perfect solution for both automation and manual testers to speed up their work. These tools have taken over the market owing to their ease-of-use and speed. Code-less test automation is particularly useful when it comes to agile software development process.

Codeless Test Automation offers several benefits. Some of them include:

  • Compatible with The Speed of The Development Cycle

Codeless test automation is designed with graphical UI workflows, all code is created to make automation easy to learn and implement. The testing process can start automating the use cases as soon as UI development is done without wasting time and going through difficult coding and frameworks. This makes it possible to match the speed of the development cycle with continuous integration and testing in Agile.

  • Lower Maintenance Cost and Scale Automation

Automated flows can be united into reusable parts to use as sub-flows across testing use cases. If changes are made into re-used sub-flows, these changes will go into effect through all testing use cases holding the module. That means for most of the part, it is not necessary to correct the automation flows every time the system under test changes as codeless test automation depends on native identification of the objects of test use cases.

  • Outspread the Scope of Automation

Codeless automation process helps to support various types of applications, such as web, desktop, and virtual applications. More specifically, this means that automated tests can include various interfaces across applications as part or beyond the project. With this flexibility, it is easy to measure the amount of automation from one to several applications, especially, those that include testing automation between projects.

  • Effortless Document Processes and Changes

Codeless testing including visual description of a process and a documentation of how that process is executed decreases the testing efforts. Automated tests are documented with video and logs using advanced testing practices. All actions and events can be recorded in audit trails.

  • User-Friendly

Code-based automation requires programming skills and hence can often be tricky and complicated to use. Code-less test automation, on the other hand, has an intuitive GUI, thereby making the process of test creation faster and simpler. Thus, even a manual tester can efficiently perform test automation.

  • Integration Capabilities with a lot of Features

By integrating features such as test management and issue management code-less test automation can transform a testing platform into an entire test suite.

  • Supports Agile

Regardless of their abilities and skills, all testers, developers or even SMEs and project managers can contribute to the testing process using code-less automation.


No-code automation platforms have made it easier for non-technical people to create amazing and interactive apps, websites, and automation sequences. It saves time, energy, and cost. No-code automation platforms are highly useful for users with no technical know how on coding as well as to the experts with coding background due to its versatility.

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