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Tutorial On JUnit Annotations In Selenium

Tutorial On JUnit Annotations In Selenium With Examples

JUnit is a Java-based, open-source framework to help you execute unit testing. JUnit is used primarily to test each and every unit or component of your application like classes and methods. It helps to write and run repeatable automated tests, to ensure your code runs as intended.

Ramit Dhamija
April 30, 2019
Automation • Selenium Tutorial •
Complete Guide To Cross Browser Compatible CSS Gradients

Complete Guide To Cross Browser Compatible CSS Gradients

CSS gradients for background have become an indispensable aspect UI/UX design and have a massive impact on a website’s design. It plays a fundamental role in setting the design hierarchy, capturing user attention and focus, and finally defining website usability and appearance.

Nikhil
April 29, 2019
LambdaTest Experiments • Web Development •
Understanding The Difference between Cross Browser Testing and Responsive Testing

Understanding The Difference Between Cross Browser Testing & Responsive Testing

The ubiquity of the internet today is undeniable. It is thus incumbent upon website developers to make sure that web user’s online experience is easy, convenient, hassle-free, and even enjoyable, if possible.

Andrea Maxwell
April 25, 2019
Cross Browser Testing • Web Development •
Complete Guide On TestNG Annotations For Selenium WebDriver

Complete Guide On TestNG Annotations For Selenium WebDriver

TestNG is a testing framework created by Cédric Beust and helps to cater a lot of our testing needs. It is widely used in Selenium. Wondering on what NG stands for? Well, it refers to ‘Next Generation’.

Sadhvi Singh
April 24, 2019
Selenium Tutorial •
Here is how you setup perfect cross browser testing environment

Here Is How You Setup Perfect Cross Browser Testing Environment

Development of a website takes a lot of effort. You must be familiar with it if you have developed one. Even if I don’t consider the complexities of JQuery and other famous libraries of JavaScript

Harish Rajora
April 22, 2019
Cross Browser Testing • Manual Testing •
Locating Elements by TagName In Selenium

Locating Elements by TagName In Selenium

Selenium locators are your key when dealing with locating elements on a web page. From the list of locators like ID, Name, Class, Tagname, XPath, CSS selector etc, one can choose any of these as per needs and locate the web element on a web page.

Sadhvi Singh
April 18, 2019
Selenium Locators •
LambdaTest Teamwork Projects Integration

LambdaTest Now Integrates With Teamwork Projects

We are back with another integration, ready on the plate for our customers to help them collaborate faster with their colleagues. Today, we are out with LamdaTest integration with Teamwork Projects. Teamwork Projects is a cloud-based project management tool.

Harshit Paul
April 16, 2019
LambdaTest Updates •
Making The Move With ID Locator In Selenium WebDriver

Making The Move With ID Locator In Selenium WebDriver

If you are beginning with Selenium, you may be unsure about what to do and how to do it? In my opinion, I find locators to be the best step to start brushing or learning Selenium. Locators are the foundation of building your Selenium Script.

Sadhvi Singh
April 15, 2019
Automation • Selenium Locators •
Best 9 PHP Frameworks In 2019 For Test Automation

Best 9 PHP Frameworks In 2019 For Test Automation

PHP is one of the most popular scripting languages used for server-side web development. It is used by multiple organizations, especially for content management sites like WordPress. If you are thinking about developing a web application using PHP,

Arnab Roy Chowdhury
April 9, 2019
Automation • Web Development •
Bug Severity vs Priority In Testing With Examples

Bug Severity vs Priority In Testing With Examples

As a software tester, you’re performing website testing, but in between your software is crashed! Do you know what happened? It’s a bug! A Bug made your software slow or crash. A Bug is the synonym of defect or an error or a glitch.

Kirandeep Kaur
April 8, 2019
Management • Manual Testing • Testing Strategies •