While working on any UI functionality, I tend to aspire for more and more logs and reporting. This happens especially when performing test automation on web pages. Testing such websites means interacting with several web elements, which would require a lot of movement from one page to another, from one function to another.
Of the many test automation frameworks available in the market, Selenium is unarguably one of the best test automation frameworks for web automation testing.
Finding an element in Selenium can be both interesting and complicated at the same time. If you are not using the correct method for locating an element, it could sometimes be a nightmare.
Software testing is the best way to prevent software defects and plays an important role in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). It is a critical step in software development, and can be achieved using various testing methods.
With the rapidly evolving technology due to its ever-increasing demand in today’s world, Digital Security has become a major concern for the Software Industry. There are various ways through which Digital Security can be achieved, Captcha being one of them.
Selenium is still the most influential and well-developed framework for web automation testing. Being one of the best automation frameworks with constantly evolving features, it is poised to lead the industry in all aspects as compared to other trending frameworks like Cypress, Puppeteer, PlayWright, etc.
A framework is a backbone for testing or development activities. It is a set of components that helps frame the tests, execute the tests, and generate the final report of execution. The approach used for designing the test automation framework plays a crucial part in the testing activity.
Although automation testing has been around for several years, the tester faces multiple hurdles while performing Selenium automation testing. There are multiple cases that can’t be automated, and there are a few that are hard to implement and have to be handled efficiently. One such case is handling the web pages with iframes.
When it comes to automation testing, the first thing that strikes most of our minds is Selenium. Selenium is one of the best automation frameworks and is being widely used by automation testers for writing the tests and designing the automation framework.
As software requirements are changing faster than ever, more organizations are adopting agile methodologies to achieve shorter development cycles and accelerated Time to Market (TTM).