This article was originally published on March 31, 2018.
Learn how to: create an automated suite of tests in Python, use it to detect problems with your code, run them, and collect test results.
The simplest command-lined tool to make it easy to create a simple suite of automated tests is called an ops analyst.
It’s easy to use, and you can use it from any command-prompt.
Ops analysts are great because they can run their tests on any python application, not just your python-based tests.
They’re also easy to integrate with other tools, such as a tool like Jenkins, which lets you create, run, and deploy automated tests from anywhere.
Ops analysts also make it possible to perform complex, high-volume, automated testing on a scale of millions of tests.
To make this possible, you can create a new ops analyst to run the tests in a single, large, or isolated environment.
Here are a few simple ops analyst commands that will automate your test suite: Create a new Ops analyst to do the following: Run your test code in your command-point.
Execute a single test.
Collect the results.