When I first started my journey in test automation, my toolset primarily consisted of either Selenium IDE or Quick Test Professional. After that, Selenium WebDriver and Java became part of my toolbox, and I have used them for several years.
Debugging is the process of identifying and resolving errors or bugs in software. In web automation testing, debugging plays a crucial role in ensuring the reliability and accuracy of automated tests.
End-to-end testing is essential for ensuring the quality and usability of a website or web application. And a crucial aspect of end-to-end testing is the ability to reliably, correctly, and easily locate elements on a web page.
In today’s data-driven world, the ability to access and analyze large amounts of data can give researchers, businesses & organizations a competitive edge. One of the most important & free sources of this data is the Internet, which can be accessed and mined through web scraping.
Web applications continue to evolve at an unbelievable pace, and the architecture surrounding web apps get more complicated all of the time. With the growth in complexity of the web application and the development process, web application testing also needs to keep pace with the ever-changing demands.
It’s essential to test all components of your website to see if they work as expected. Playwright’s end to end testing capability helps you achieve this easily. However, if you’re comfortable using Python, you can pair it with the Playwright testing framework to run Python end to end testing on your website.
It is essential for a team, when speaking about test automation, to take the time needed to think, analyze and try what will be the best tool, framework, and language that suits your team’s needs.
Playwright is a framework that I’ve always heard great things about but never had a chance to pick up until earlier this year. And since then, it’s become one of my favorite test automation frameworks to use when building a new automation project.