Let's migrate test cases to autotests code
Developers are known to be lazy folks.
To keep following that way, they have created many tools to make things easier: IDEs, git, CI/CD systems, and so on. It helps them write, edit, review, and roll out code to production.
Meanwhile, testers have a notebook with folders, Excel, or, at best, a browser-based TMS, limited in managing steps, storage structures, versioning, and reusing artefacts. Or isn't that all the testers have?
Today we will talk about the brand new Allure Test Kit tool and how it will make working with tests and test cases as convenient as working with code in all of our favourite IDEs.