Select the right testing framework: 8 parameters you must follow!

Ease of use

The framework should be easy to use and have neatly written documentation.


Review whether the testing framework is compatible with your development environment.

Easy debugging

It should allow easy debugging of unit test cases.

Integration with your build process

Make sure the testing framework is easily integrated into your build and works seamlessly with your continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) tools.

Low dependency

The level of dependency on other libraries and tools should be minimal.

Scalability and migration

It should allow easy scalability to other languages and easy migration to other frameworks.

Future support

Check if the testing framework is actively maintained and will continue to be supported.

Community support

Look for a testing framework with a strong community of users and developers who can support and assist if you experience issues.

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