Even though we strive for success in whatever journey we undertake, sometimes failure is inevitable. But in most cases, if we just avoid a few blunders and get through major challenges hampering progress, the path to success won’t seem so challenging.
MSTest is a popular open-source test framework that is shipped along with the Visual Studio IDE. It is also referred to as Visual Studio Unit Testing Framework. However, MSTest is more synonymous within the developer community.
As per, Stack Overflow Annual Developer Survey 2019, C# is one of the most loved programming languages with 67% and is also deemed to be one of the most popular languages with 31% votes from all the respondents.
While writing your Selenium Test automation scripts, you’d often require data that you want to share across multiple tests. This is done by using objects which are used to instantiate the particular dataset.
While working on a project for test automation, you’d require all the Selenium dependencies associated with it. Usually these dependencies are downloaded and upgraded manually throughout the project lifecycle, but as the project gets bigger, managing dependencies can be quite challenging.
xUnit.net (also referred to as xUnit) framework is a popular open-source unit testing framework for the .Net platform. The framework is built with a community focus.
User Interface(UI) is the first thing that the user comes in contact with on your website. A good user interface attracts the user and helps to create a distinct identity of a website.This is why it becomes vital to test your UI, before pushing your website into production.
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As the number of features in a web application increases, the Selenium automation tests also gradually increases! It is easy to be overwhelmed and get lost in the huge chunk of Selenium test automation scripts.
At times, while performing automated browser testing, you often have to deal with elements, which reveals only after you hover on the menu or after you click on them.