TestModeller.io - Modelling 101 Tutorial

Welcome to the TestModeller.io introduction to modelling !

In this tutorial we'll be covering how to get started with TestModeller.io and create models.

This is aimed for first-time users who have no experiance with model based testing. This tutorial does not cover any automation and we reccomend this as a comprehensive introduction to modelling before moving to one of our specific automation tutorials.

1. How it works

TestModeller.io is a browser-based solution that enables users to:

  • Model a system under test as BPMN-style flowcharts.
  • Automatically generate test cases from the model, optimising testing for time and risk.
  • Define test data at the model-level and generate data at the same time as test cases.
  • Define test automation, automatically executing tests generated in TestModeller.io.
  • Analyse test results and manage existing artefacts, with visual dashboards and a file management system that introduces traceability between test assets.

This quick start guide provides an overview for new users to get started with creating models.

TestModeller.io a modelling tool which creates the perfect set of tests into a wide array of test case management systems, and automation frameworks. Along with overlaying the right test data to support your testing.

The goal is to equip the reader with the working knowledge needed to get started with creating models to test their own systems. With TestModeller.io, this means automatically generating complete test suites from models that are quick to build and easy to maintain.

2. Course Overview

Course Overview

3. Introduction

3.1 What is Test Modeller?

3.2 Sign up to Test Modeller

3.3 Creating and Navigating the Workspace

4. Building Models

4.1 Projects and Releases

4.2 Example Models

4.3 Creating Your First Model

5. Test Data Specification

5.1 Defining Test Data at the Model Level

5.2 Synthetic Test Data in Modeller

6. Test Generation

6.1 Generating Test Cases

6.2 Browsing Test Cases

6.3 Advanced Test Coverage

6.4 Constraints

7. Reusable Subprocesses

7.1 Creating Reusable Flows

7.2 Parameterising Subflow Test Data

8. Advanced Models

Testing an Advanced Scenario