Selenium is a test automation framework extensively used by organizations looking to expedite the web-product testing process. As far as test automation frameworks in Java are concerned, TestNG is largely preferred by QA engineers for the development & enhancement of test suites.
Selenium is one of the most widely used test automation frameworks for web automation testing. As far as the framework is concerned, Selenium WebDriver is the most vital component for carrying out automated browser testing.
During the process of Selenium Automation Testing, you would come across a number of scenarios where a decision needs to be taken regarding “What if the test(s) result in a failure?”
CI/CD pipelines are here to stay and contribute tremendously to continuous integration and delivery across all global projects. This article will be a guide to configure, set up builds and tests with “GitHub Actions”, primarily using Selenium WebDriver.
As a front-end developer, there are many times when you say, “What’s that property that takes child elements and applies CSS?” or something on the same thoughts. CSS is endless when you start to learn it.
Webdriver is a tool that requires no introduction in the Selenium automation testing domain. Webdriver is an open-source collection of APIs which is used for testing web applications across different browsers and platforms to verify whether it is working as expected or not.
Jenkins is an open-source and extensible continuous integration and continuous deployment server. It is used to automate the process of continuous integration and continuous deployment(CI/CD).
What is the key to achieving sustainable and dramatic speed gains for your business? Product velocity! It’s important to stay on top of changes in your quality metrics, and to modify your processes (if needed) so that they reflect current reality.
A web product (or website) comprises multiple web elements like buttons, text boxes, checkboxes, menus, sliders, and more.