Users expect new features and websites to be seamless and user-friendly when they go live. End-to-end website testing in local infrastructure becomes an unspoken critical requirement for this.
All software must undergo testing before being made available to users. Software testing is an essential step in the development life cycle
Webpage automation has been growing extensively, and most of us have worked on it. It is something on which we work almost regularly, automating several scenarios and navigating through many web pages.
Software testing is integral to software engineering. Tests are created as key checkpoints to verify whether objectives are being met or not.
With multiple testing frameworks available, choosing which is best for your product becomes more challenging. While various testing tools are available in the market, Selenium has been a well-established player for quite some time.
Back in the old days, software testing was just about finding errors in a software product. The goal was – to improve software quality. But nowadays, the range of software testing has broadened.
When working on web automation with Selenium, I encountered scenarios where I needed to refresh pages from time to time.
When I started writing tests with Cypress, I was always going to use the user interface to interact and change the application’s state when running tests.