When working on web automation with Selenium, I encountered scenarios where I needed to refresh pages from time to time.
One of the essential parts when performing automated UI testing, whether using Selenium or another framework, is identifying the correct web elements the tests will interact with.
With the rise of Agile, teams have been trying to minimize the gap between the stakeholders and the development team.
Dropdowns and multi-selects are extremely common in today’s web pages. Dropdowns can be a great option to allow your users to choose from several options without having to scroll through a whole page.
The Selenium framework itself is a set of different tools, but the most popular and the most useful to new and experienced testers alike is WebDriver. Selenium WebDriver is a free and open-source tool that allows you to interact with a website for web automation testing.
Today’s websites are a lot different from yesteryears, where content on a majority of the websites is dynamic in nature. The content in dynamic pages varies from one user request to another based on the website visitor’s actions.
One of the most challenging things to do is ‘making the right choice.’ Arriving at a decision becomes even more complicated when there are multiple options in front of you☺.
When a developer comes up with unit tests, there are multiple ways through which they try to optimize the test code. Reduction of code size by reusing the existing code is one way of achieving the same.
With the advent of programming languages like Python, Ruby on Rails, etc., there is thinking amongst the developer community that the C language is losing relevance.
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