In our earlier blog under the xUnit testing tutorial series, we had a look at setting up the xUnit.net framework (further referred as xUnit) in Visual Studio 2019 (VS 2019). Today our core focus is on Selenium test automation with C#.
Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) (or CI/CD) has become an integral part of software development and DevOps testing. It provides developers the necessary features so that they can deploy the code continuously.
Without Continuous Integration or CI, developers would need to manually coordinate, communicate, and test while contributing code to the end product each time. This, in turn, affects the production and causes a delay in release.
Selenium is the most widely used automation testing tool, which reduces human effort and efficiently handles testing the scenarios we encounter every day. One such scenario is how to get the text of an element in Selenium.
When it comes to automating the test cases, one of the most difficult choices one has to make is to select the programming language that has good support for test automation. Python, Java, C#, Ruby, etc.
Automating a web application optimizes the work, helps minimize errors and makes the product robust. An automated suite would be successful when the behaviour is predictable. If not so, there would be many hurdles in automation that need to be handled carefully.
We all know that the iPhone is one of the most popular smartphones across the globe. According to the latest research, Apple’s current global smartphone market share is 13.9%, which proves the iPhone’s global popularity.
We’re in the final quarter of 2020, and the year certainly went by in a flash. With pandemic hitting the global pause button, it almost made us believe that everything is at a standstill. But things changed.
Over the past few years, the Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment space have been gaining prominence. CI/CD tools have now become an integral part of the DevOps testing activity.