A challenge that many developers face in Selenium test automation is choosing the right test framework that can help them come up with automated tests with minimal (or no) requirement of boilerplate code.
It was back in 2002 when Stuart Morris developed slashdotslash.com, the world’s first single-page web application. This particular site changed the trend and later inspired the origins of frameworks like Angular, Node, React, etc.
One of the common scenarios in a web application (or a web app) is opening up a new browser window (or tab) once the user performs a specific activity.
The role of QA teams has utterly changed in the last few years, especially after the initiation of agile development methodologies in software development.
Jenkins Pipeline is an automation solution that lets you create simple or complex (template) pipelines via the DSL used in each pipeline. Jenkins provides two ways of developing a pipeline- Scripted and Declarative.
The primary intent of Selenium automation testing is to expedite the testing process. In the majority of the cases, automation tests using Selenium perform exceptionally better than the manual counterparts.