In this post, let’s quickly learn about the features of the TestNG framework. TestNG is an open-source and provides an API for adding custom implementations. NG in TestNG stands for ‘Next Generation’. TestNG is inspired by JUnit framework.
Some of the TestNG features are listed below:
TestNG has a better reporting structure and it provides XML and HTML default reports. It is primarily used for functional testing, unlike JUnit which is mostly used for unit testing.
Flexible Test configuration
TestNG has flexible test configuration. TestNG can be run in multiple ways like from the command line, IDE plugins, or using build tools like Maven, Gradle, and ANT. TestNG tests and suites are specified using configuration “testng.xml” file.
TestNG is a test framework usually for large scale end-to-end testing needs. It uses Java and test methods are written using @Test annotation.
TestNG Tutorials on this website can be found at:
For more details on the TestNG Framework, visit the official website of TestNG at: