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.
Selenium is one of the most widely used test automation frameworks for web automation testing. As far as the framework is concerned, Selenium WebDriver is the most vital component for carrying out automated browser testing.
During the process of test automation, you would come across a number of scenarios where a decision needs to be taken regarding “What if the test(s) result in a failure?”
A web product (or website) comprises multiple web elements like buttons, text boxes, checkboxes, menus, sliders, and more.
Have you ever been asked for credentials while accessing a website on a browser? Let us understand why we are asked to fill up the credentials while accessing a few websites.
In the on-going ‘Selenium MSTest testing tutorial’ series, we earlier had a look at setting up the MSTest framework in Visual Studio. It was a getting started guide with a major focus on the installation of the Selenium MSTest framework and MSTest adapter for the project.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Selenium Python Tutorial. Dropdowns are an integral part of modern websites. And like any other HTML element, these need to be tested as well, especially when you are performing automated browser testing.