With 4.25% of browser market share worldwide in June 2020 as per statcounter, Mozilla Firefox browsers are considered inevitable for every Selenium testing checklist.
Every software development cycle involves three major phases-building, testing, and deployment. A lag in any of these three phases will result in a delay in the launch of the product. In order to avoid such delays, organizations rely on CI/CD tools to automate these processes.
Web tables or data tables are often used in scenarios where you need to display the information in a tabular format. The data being displayed can either be static or dynamic in nature.
You’d hardly find a website these days without alerts and pop-ups! The alert boxes warn you whenever you perform a wrong action or to enter details to access a website. These alert boxes stop you from performing any other browser functions till the alert is resolved.
If you work in the software industry, you must have realized the never-ending demand for evolution at a particular stage. This is why modern SDLC has more emphasis on the Continuous Integration and Delivery as it helps the DevOps team deliver the software faster with good quality.
Even though your website works perfectly on a desktop, doesn’t mean it’ll render perfectly on mobile or tablets as well. With the plethora of devices available, you’re bound to miss out a few crucial ones, and hurt your users’ experience.
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A website or web application may look differently depending on the location from where it is accessed. If you are building a consumer web product that has a diverse target audience, it is essential to perform geolocation testing.
Nowadays, every organizations wants an extra edge over their competitors. Be it launching a product faster or delivering a higher quality product, they always want to outperform others.
Selenium Framework interacts with the web browser via the Selenium WebDriver. It does so with the help of certain commands to automate browser actions such as open, close or maximise the browser window.