Rapid Test Automation

An open source testing automation framework made available under The MIT License to create, maintain and manage test case libraries

Key Features Of QMetry Automation Framework

Selenium-driven Automated Testing

  • Web and mobile test automation
  • Run locally or in cloud
  • Automation support for multilingual applications

Detailed Reporting and Trending

  • Trending and root
    cause analysis
  • Automated screen captures
  • CI integration with Jenkins and others

Mobile Automation Quality

  • Native, hybrid and mobile web
  • Manual testing and variation in processes is evident
  • Execution on real mobile devices: in the cloud / on-premise

Behavior-driven Development

  • Begin automation early in Agile cycle
  • Increase collaboration between stakeholders
  • Visual and behavior-driven scripting

QMetry Automation Framework Key Benefits


Streamlined / Structured Approach

Abstracting the technical implementation away from the operational components

Reusable Test Assets

Highly maintainable and repeatable tests that utilize reusable test assets, proper modularity and semantic structure.

Increased Collaboration with Manual Testers, Developers and Business / Project Owners

Behavior-driven and keyword-driven test authoring.

Data-driven Testing

Run a single test case against multiple test data sets provided through CSV, XML, JSON, Microsoft Excel or your own database.

Unified Scripting Across Mobile Platforms

The right tool for web, mobile (including native, hybrid, and mobile web) and web service test automation solutions.

Integrations with QMetry Automation Framework

Open Source Tools

  • Appium
  • Selenium

Test Management Platforms

  • QMetry
  • HP ALM
  • Rally
  • ApTest

Continuous Integration Systems

  • Hudson
  • Jenkins
  • Bamboo
  • Teamcity

Mobile Device Cloud Solutions

  • Perfecto
  • Sauce Labs
  • LambdaTest
  • BrowserStack

QMetry Automation Framework source code is made available under the MIT License.