Test case creation and management in Azure DevOps
The SMIT TestCaseHub is a professional solution for convenient creation, simple adaptation and structured management of logical test cases.
New in release 1.6
Benefit from systematic test case structure with a high level of detail
The SMIT TestCaseHub provides a consistent, binding structure for test cases. This structure leads step-by-step through the test case creation process. Thus, a constant and high quality level is ensured.
Ensure detailed test steps based on the PIPO principle
The test cases are assembled from single test steps, achieving a high degree of detail. Every test step is described in accordance with the PIPO principle - that means with specification of precondition, input, postcondition and output. The input and output are visualized with scalable screenshots.
Get a perfect overview through the tree view with search function and preview as well as individual tree view node creation
The SMIT TestCaseHub acts as a central administration tool for logical test cases. They are stored in a tree view with a search function, which allows to manage them clearly and adapt them easily. Additionally, you can conveniently create individual nodes in the tree view.
Convert your test cases to Azure DevOps for testing
When the work on the test cases is completed, they are converted to Azure DevOps standard test cases. The layout of the test cases, the single test steps including scalable screenshots and all additional information are retained and available for test execution.
Import your test cases directly with the XML import function
Close the gap between your development in Azure DevOps and the predefined test cases in Excel or any other tool by importing them via our XML template. Relate them to your stories and track them like any other work item in your Azure DevOps.
Import ready-to-use Dynamics standard test cases from the SMIT TestKit Shop
The SMIT TestKit for Microsoft Dynamics is a collection of logical test cases for Dynamics standard processes. These test cases can be imported directly from the SMIT TestKit Shop into SMIT TestCaseHub.