When we refer to cross browser testing, the majority of the developers (and automation testers) assume that testing on the latest browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Edge should be sufficient to ship a top-notch product.
One of the common scenarios in a web application (or a web app) is opening up a new browser window (or tab) once the user performs a specific activity.
There are cases where test scenarios may fail unexpectedly with Selenium commands (e.g., click operation on the button web element does not result in a click even though the button is enabled).
Code coverage is a vital measure for describing how the source implementation is tested by the test code (or test suite). It is one of the critical factors for ensuring the effectiveness of the code.
Web tables or data tables are a common sight in many web-based applications. And these tables are predominantly used for displaying information in a tabular format. Rows and columns are the key identifiers of web tables in Selenium.
The Selenium automation framework supports many programming languages such as Python, PHP, Perl, Java, C#, and Ruby. But if you are looking for a server-side programming language for automation testing, Selenium WebDriver with PHP is the ideal combination.