So you are at the beginning of 2020 and probably have committed a new year resolution as a tester to leap into automation testing. However, to automate your test scripts you need to get your hands dirty on a programming language and that is where you are stuck!
“The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.” B.B. King We firmly believe that, and are proud to announce that we have partnered with GitHub Education to provide our cross browser testing cloud to GitHub students for free!
Quality Assurance (QA) is at the point of inflection and it is an exciting time to be in the field of QA as advanced digital technologies are influencing QA practices.
Were you able to work upon your resolutions for 2019? I may sound comical here but my 2019 resolution being a web developer was to take a leap into web testing in my free time.
In any automation testing framework, finding elements is the most fundamental activity. We have to choose web elements very carefully so that automation script execution can handle static and dynamic elements for stable test results.
A question that has been on the back of minds for many web developers and testers who are involved in cross browser testing. “Does Browser Testing On Internet Explorer Still Make Sense?”
So we are on the last day of the decade and I am sure you must be reminiscing about how the years flew by. We are with you on that one! 2019 has been exhilarating for LambdaTest.
If you are a web tester then somewhere down the road you will have to come across Selenium, an open-source test automation framework that has been on boom ever since its launch in 2004.