Selenium is one of the widely used test automation frameworks for automated browser testing. Selenium test automation is really helpful in testing websites or web apps on different combinations of browsers, operating systems, and devices.
June 15, 2020
An exhaustive test-suite comprises of many test cases that test different features on various combinations of browsers, platforms, and devices Though it is recommended not to skip tests, there are cases where you may want to stop test suite after n test failures
May 26, 2020
While writing your Selenium Test automation scripts, you’d often require data that you want to share across multiple tests. This is done by using objects which are used to instantiate the particular dataset.
May 18, 2020
As the number of features in a web application increases, the Selenium automation tests also gradually increases! It is easy to be overwhelmed and get lost in the huge chunk of Selenium test automation scripts.
May 11, 2020
According to the Developer Survey 2019 by StackOverflow, Python is considered to be the fastest-growing programming language. Though PyUnit (or UnitTest) is the default Selenium test automation framework in Python, many developers and testers prefer the Pytest framework.
May 5, 2020
As technology becomes more complex, the number of people who actually understand it decreases. With Selenium test automation, the story is not so different.
April 29, 2020
Python is the fastest-growing programming language in 2019 as per the Developer Survey by StackoverFlow.
April 8, 2020
Web UI testing can be overwhelming, especially if we refer to cross browser testing. A single glance over the unceasing test scripts including various combinations for browsers, browser versions, devices, and operating system may make you question yourself if you are being overtaxed!
October 16, 2019
When it comes to testing a software product, various forms of testing e.g. unit testing, integration testing, release testing, etc. are performed at different stages of SDLC(Software Development Test Cycle).
May 8, 2019
After being voted as the best programming language in the year 2018, Python still continues rising up the charts and currently ranks as the 3rd best programming language just after Java and C, as per the index published by Tiobe.
March 12, 2019