A graphical user interface (GUI) refers to an interface through which a user interacts with electronic devices such as computers and smartphones through icons, menus, and other visual indicators or representations.
To give consumers the capacity to operate computers and other electronic devices efficiently, graphical user interfaces would become the de facto standard for user-centered design in software application creation.
Direct control of graphical elements like buttons, scroll bars, windows, tabs, menus, cursors, and mouse, to create a better graphical user interface. The ability to interact with voice commands and touchscreens is present in many contemporary graphical user interfaces.
Tricentis Tosca, Squish GUI Tester, Unified Functional Testing (UFT), Maveryx, Appium, and eggPlant Functional are well-known graphical user interface examples.
Also, See: Agile Software Development