In our earlier blog under the xUnit testing tutorial series, we had a look at setting up the xUnit.net framework (further referred as xUnit) in Visual Studio 2019 (VS 2019). Today our core focus is on Selenium test automation with C#.
The entire cycle of software design, development, and testing is pretty complicated. Each team works towards a common goal i.e. success of the rollout, which totally depends on the quality of work done.
When you are developing a consumer web product, you would have come across scenarios where some functionalities do not work on certain browsers, operating systems, or devices.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Selenium NUnit Tutorial. Selenium Framework interacts with the web browser via the Selenium WebDriver commands. It does so with the help of certain Selenium WebDriver commands to automate browser actions such as open, close or maximise … Continue reading Top 28 Selenium WebDriver Commands in NUnit For Test Automation
MSTest is the default test automation framework which comes bundled with Visual Studio. It started out as a command-line tool for executing tests and was referred as Visual Studio Unit Testing Framework; however the name MSTest is more synonymous with the developers.
MSTest setup is a popular open-source test framework that is shipped along with the Visual Studio IDE. It is also referred to as Visual Studio Unit Testing Framework. However, MSTest Setup is more synonymous within the developer community.
As per, Stack Overflow Annual Developer Survey 2019, C# is one of the most loved programming languages with 67% and is also deemed to be one of the most popular languages with 31% votes from all the respondents.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Selenium C# Tutorial. While writing Selenium test automation scripts, it is important to make sure that your test scripts are scalable and can keep up with any changes in the UI of your web page.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Selenium C# Tutorial. As an automation tester, one of the challenges you might face while writing your Selenium test automation scripts is handling frames or iFrames in Selenium while performing automated browser testing.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Selenium C# Tutorial. A common scenario in a website (or web application) is opening up a new browser (or tab) on the click of a button. With this multiple browser windows can be automated using Selenium.