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About Ria Dayal

A Senior Quality Engineer By Profession, an automation enthusiast and loves to anchor. Her expertise revolves around Selenium, Java, Rest Assured, and Jenkins. Shell scripting too interests her a lot. Ria enjoys reading novels and writing is her comfort zone.

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Selenium WebDriver Tutorial

Guide To Selenium WebDriver: Getting Started With Test Automation [Tutorial]

When it comes to web automation testing, there are a number of frameworks like Selenium, Cypress, PlayWright, Puppeteer, etc., that make it to the ‘preferred list’ of frameworks.

Ria Dayal
November 23, 2021
Automation • Selenium Webdriver •
Complete Guide For Using XPath

Complete Guide For Using XPath In Selenium With Examples

This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Selenium Locators Tutorial. Selenium is a free, open-source test automation framework that can help us test an application across different platforms and browsers. However, to implement a framework using Selenium, the first step is to locate … Continue reading Complete Guide For Using XPath In Selenium With Examples

Ria Dayal
November 18, 2021
Selenium Tutorial • Selenium Locators •
shift left testing approach

How To Implement Shift Left Testing Approach

The “shift left” approach is based on the principle that if the software development team can test code as it is being developed, they can discover errors earlier than if they wait until the end of the project.

Ria Dayal
November 9, 2021
Selenium Testing •
how to set test case priority in testng

How To Set Test Case Priority In TestNG With Selenium

TestNG is an open-source and powerful test automation framework with a wide range of features, including annotations, data providers, group testing, prioritization, and much more.

Ria Dayal
October 12, 2021
Automation • Selenium Java •
Use TestNG Reporter Log In Selenium

How To Use TestNG Reporter Log In Selenium

TestNG is an open-source test automation framework, where ‘NG’ stands for Next Generation. TestNG has given testers the ability to group or prioritize the test cases, generate HTML reports, log messages, run tests in parallel, and much more.

Ria Dayal
October 1, 2021
Selenium Java • Automation •