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Automated Cross Browser Testing With Jasmine Framework & Selenium

In today’s fast-paced world of software development, we have new technologies and languages for development coming on very frequently. With this comes several testing and automation tools and frameworks in the related market.

Kritika Murari
June 22, 2021
Automation β€’ Cross Browser Testing β€’ JavaScript β€’
Strings In JavaScript With Selenium

How To Use Strings In JavaScript With Selenium WebDriver?

In computer programming, we come across various data types supported by most programming languages. A data type is nothing but an attribute of data that specifies which type of value a variable has and what type of operation can be performed without causing an error.

Harita Ravindranath
June 21, 2021
Automation β€’ JavaScript β€’ Selenium Webdriver β€’
CSS flexbox tutorial

Getting Started With CSS Flexbox [Tutorial]

CSS has become the backbone of front-end web development and is now more sophisticated and an efficient problem solver than ever. What a web developer used to perform with extensive JavaScript code is slowly being brought to CSS with specific properties.

Harish Rajora
June 17, 2021
Web Development β€’
Headless Browser Testing Using Nightwatch JS

E2E Headless Browser Testing Using Nightwatch JS

Headless browsers are gaining popularity as a viable option for testing web applications. As we all know, web browsers are an integral part of automation testing using Selenium Webdriver.

Harita Ravindranath
June 16, 2021
Automation β€’ JavaScript β€’
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How To Build CI/CD Pipeline With TeamCity For Selenium Test Automation

Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) has become an essential part of modern software development cycles.

Rakesh Vardhan
June 15, 2021
CI/CD β€’ Automation β€’

30 Most Useful Google Chrome Extensions For 2021

Google Chrome is the most widely used browser with 64.5% browser market shares worldwide, followed by Safari and Mozilla Firefox. Chrome is also the primary choice for the majority of developers because of its extensibility, which makes it one of the best features.

Sourav Dey
June 14, 2021
Web Development β€’ Web Design β€’

How To Take Screenshots In Selenium WebDriver Using JavaScript

While performing automation testing, even the most reliable of test cases might face roadblocks as the action progresses. A failed test case, for instance, is a sure sign that something has gone wrong.

Praveen Mishra
June 11, 2021
Automation β€’ JavaScript β€’
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23 Responsive And Lightweight CSS Frameworks

Using lightweight CSS frameworks to create responsive websites and web applications can significantly reduce delivery time. CSS frameworks have been around for a long time and are now widely used by front-end developers.

Nimritee
June 10, 2021
Web Development β€’
FireFox Extensions With Selenium In Python

Adding Firefox Extensions With Selenium In Python

Modern browsers are equipped with all sorts of functionalities, i.e., from bookmarks to GPS location tracking, developer tools, and more. Almost all the modern web browsers have immense capabilities – Firefox has inbuilt screenshot capabilities, Opera has a free VPN, and Edge comes with in-built support for displaying ebooks with EPUB extension.

Nishant Choudhary
June 9, 2021
Selenium Python β€’
Automated Testing Pipeline With GOCD

Building An Automated Testing Pipeline with GoCD [Tutorial]

CI/CD enables developers, engineers and DevOps team to create a fast and effective process of packaging the product to market, thereby allowing them to stay ahead of the competition.

Himanshu Sheth
June 8, 2021
Selenium Testing β€’ CI/CD β€’
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