If you have landed here, you must be familiar with the basics of the automation testing framework, Selenium. Selenium automation offers various methods to mimic user interaction with testing scripts.
In the dynamic realm of automation testing, achieving flawless execution and dependable results is of utmost importance.
Webpage automation has been growing extensively, and most of us have worked on it. It is something on which we work almost regularly, automating several scenarios and navigating through many web pages.
Have you ever struggled with handling hidden elements while automating a web or mobile application? I was recently automating an eCommerce application. I struggled with handling hidden elements on the web page.
Joseph, who has been working as a Quality Engineer, was assigned to perform web automation for the company’s website.
Modern-day software applications can be accessed in numerous ways. You can install them on desktops and smartphones or directly launch them on web browsers. Many people think that the Desktop is legacy, but that’s not the case, as each of us uses numerous desktop applications daily.
Selenium WebDriver is still the most popular and widely used UI testing framework. Recently some test frameworks, such as Cypress, Playwright, etc., have entered the competition with Selenium.
When it comes to web automation testing, there are a number of frameworks like Selenium, Cypress, PlayWright, Puppeteer, etc., that make it to the ‘preferred list’ of frameworks.
Automation testing is not always a smooth ride. There are cases where the tests would not work as expected, in which cases debugging the test code (or implementation) is the only way out! Debugging issues in tests become even more difficult if the test suite comprises a large number of test methods.