What are the benefits of using TestNG?

What are the benefits of using TestNG?

TestNG simplifies the way the tests are coded. There is no more need for a static main method in our tests. The sequence of actions is regulated by easy-to-understand annotations that do not require methods to be static.
Annotations will be discussed later in the section named “Annotations used in TestNG,”so it is perfectly ok if you do not understand the above example just yet. It is just important to note for now that annotations in TestNG are easier to code and understand than in JUnit.
After running our FirstTestNGFile that we created in the previous section, right-click the project name (FirstTestNGProject) in the Project Explorer window then click on the “Refresh” option.
Double-click on that index.html file to open it within Eclipse’s built-in web browser. You can refresh this page any time after you rerun your test by simply pressing F5 just like in ordinary web browsers.
We can use multiple @Test annotations in a single TestNG file. By default, methods annotated by @Test are executed alphabetically. See the code below. Though the methods c_test, a_test, and b_test are not arranged alphabetically in the code, they will be executed as such.

By using TestNG I mean that you have working knowledge of the language and the features that are needed to run a testcase.
This means that people who do not understand the above example just learned TestNG. If you are familiar with Java then you probably know about the TestNG framework. But for beginners, especially those who do not know Java, there is no such thing as “framework”. There is only TestNG. TestNG is similar to JUnit but it is not a JUnit extension. TestNG is much more powerful than JUnit but it is still not as powerful as JUnit. As the name implies, it is designed to be better than JUnit, especially when testing integrated classes.
We’ve already defined the concepts and tools that an Appengineer can use to programline his or her app. This includes but is not limited to: testing methods, laziness, interfaces, and keyword libraries.
An Appengineer can create HTML Reports for his or her tests. He can also create test reports for the rest of the suite. TestNG can be used for high-level testing and complex integration testing.
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