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Locators In Selenium WebDriver With Examples

Different Types Of Locators In Selenium WebDriver

This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Selenium Locators Tutorial. Selenium is still the most sought-after framework when it comes to web automation testing. Though frameworks like Cypress, Puppeteer, PlayWright, etc., are playing the catch-up game, Selenium still rules the automation testing framework … Continue reading Different Types Of Locators In Selenium WebDriver

Veena Devi
November 15, 2021
Selenium Tutorial • Selenium Locators •
november-2021-updates

Now Test On Windows 11, Android 12, New Browsers, And More!

Greetings Testers! We are back again with one of the most awaited product updates! At LambdaTest, we aim to ride the latest trends and keep upgrading our product to help you get ahead on your journey, and we’re sure that you’ll find something of value in the latest releases with new upgrades and advanced functionalities.

Devansh Bhardwaj
November 15, 2021
LambdaTest Updates •
parallel test execution in testng

How To Perform Parallel Test Execution In TestNG With Selenium

The evolution in the process of software delivery in organizations in response to business agility has resulted in a paradigm shift from traditional release cycles to continuous release models.

Harita Ravindranath
November 12, 2021
Automation • Selenium Java •
shift left testing approach

How To Implement Shift Left Testing Approach

The “shift left” approach is based on the principle that if the software development team can test code as it is being developed, they can discover errors earlier than if they wait until the end of the project.

Ria Dayal
November 9, 2021
Selenium Testing •
Selenium bot python

How To Create Automated Web Bot With Selenium In Python

Selenium is one of the preferred test automation frameworks, primarily used for web automation testing. Though Selenium supports six popular programming languages, it can be used to weave magic with lesser implementation when used with Python.

Vinayak Sharma
November 5, 2021
Automation • Selenium Python •
October 21 Updates

October ’21 Updates: Live With iOS 15, Latest Browsers, New Integrations, Certifications & More!

Hello, Testers! We’re back with our monthly edition of LambdaTest’s product improvements and updates. As we continue to support the latest releases, we’re always looking for ways to make your testing experience as smooth as possible.

Shahzeb Hoda
November 5, 2021
LambdaTest Updates •
web vs hybrid vs native

Difference Between Web vs Hybrid vs Native Apps

The number of mobile app downloads worldwide has constantly increased from 2016 onward, surpassing 200 billion in 2019. Consumers downloaded 218 billion mobile apps to their connected devices in the most recently measured year, up by more than 50 percent from 140.7 billion app downloads in 2016.

Rileena Sanyal
November 2, 2021
Mobile App Testing •
Assertions In TestNG Using Selenium

How To Use Assertions In TestNG With Selenium

This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on WebDriverIO Tutorial. Testing can be performed in a manual as well as automated manner.

Praveen Mishra
November 1, 2021
Automation • Selenium Java •
Selenium Open Source Projects

The Top 52 Selenium Open Source Projects On GitHub

Selenium, a project hosted by the Apache Software Foundation, is an umbrella open-source project comprising a variety of tools and libraries for test automation.

Shahzeb Hoda
October 30, 2021
Selenium Testing •
RepeatedTest Annotation In JUnit

How To Use @RepeatedTest Annotation In JUnit 5

The JUnit framework is a popular test automation framework for unit testing in Java. The latest version of JUnit, i.e., JUnit 5 (also known as Jupiter), offers a number of improvements over JUnit 4.

Ruchira Shukla
October 27, 2021
Automation • Selenium Java •
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