Not more than a decade ago, no one talked about the responsiveness of a website. The only mantra was, “if it fits your system, well, it fits everyone else’s”. But today, every developer’s primary concern while developing a website is “responsiveness”.
While performing automated browser testing, there’ll be plenty of times when you’d have to handle the dropdown menu. Often used in forms, dropdown works great when it comes to conserving space and preventing users from choosing the wrong option in a form.
According to the Developer Survey 2019 by StackOverflow, Python is considered to be the fastest-growing programming language. Though PyUnit (or UnitTest) is the default Selenium test automation framework in Python, many developers and testers prefer the Pytest framework.
For any front end developer, there are two major concerns. The first one is time & efficiency and the other is browser compatibility testing issues. To address both concerns, it’s important to adopt a web design methodology that helps one save time and improve efficiency besides enhancing user experience.
Are you comfortable pushing a buggy release to a staging environment? I am guessing not, and this is precisely why unit testing is considered a critical activity for every release cycle.
You’ve got a finicky toddler who won’t eat breakfast, a spouse or partner loudly watching Netflix in the living room, and a dog that’s begging for an extra play session. Oh, did we mention your conference call is scheduled to start in five minutes?
As technology becomes more complex, the number of people who actually understand it decreases. With Selenium test automation, the story is not so different.
According to netmarketshare, Google Chrome accounts for 67% of the browser market share. It is the choice of the majority of users and it’s popularity continues to rise.
While writing Selenium test automation scripts, it is important to make sure that your test scripts are scalable and can keep up with any changes in the UI of your web page.
With the advancement in technology, testing solutions have become more scalable than ever, as organizations moved to Selenium test automation from manual testing. But, one area that most organizations are still struggling with is the scalability to run multiple tests in parallel.