Design patterns in Selenium automation testing provide a way to handle commonly occurring problems and structure your test code in a relatively standardized way.
Nowadays, many organizations have software products (websites or apps) that are built for a global audience. One of the trickiest parts is delivering an experience that appeals to the local audience of the target market. Catering to the needs of the local users would require localization.
When it comes to web automation testing, the first automation testing framework that comes to mind undoubtedly has to be the Selenium framework. Selenium automation testing has picked up a significant pace since the creation of the framework way back in 2004.
When we refer to cross browser testing, the majority of the developers (and automation testers) assume that testing on the latest browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Edge should be sufficient to ship a top-notch product.
“Make it work, make it right, make it fast.” – Kent Beck. From the abacus to the VCR, we’ve moved through decades of technical evolution.
Parallel test execution with Selenium is one of the major factors that can affect the test execution speed. Serial execution in Selenium automation testing can be effective only if the tests have to be run on a small number of browser and OS combinations.
A mobile app lifecycle is divided into various stages, from its first line of code to the submission request. Within these stages, one aspect that holds the key to creating an app is its testing.
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