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Some of the things you can do: create a documentation page for the project with best practices ( automation flow, code review standards, automation framework structure, coding best practices, CI process, execution and debugging ) setup the automation repository setup for how the data is generated review and add improvements in the automation framework ...


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It is notoriously hard to automate a UI that does not exist yet. In theory, if you and the UI designer work closely enough, you may be able to at least spec out your tests before the UI exists. I have never seen this happen in practice. There are other kinds of automation, though. For example, you could write automated tests against APIs, or automation ...


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Automation is not limited to the UI. Developers can start automating unit tests from the very beginning. The team could automate constructions towards Continuous Integration. Then, when the project is on a posterior stage you could start automating UI and Acceptance tests.



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