Developed in 2004 by Thoughtworks for internal usage, Selenium is a widely used tool for automated testing of web applications. Initially, Selenium IDE(Integrated Development Environment) was being used by
We are living in an era where numerous test automation tools or libraries are available in the market. The abundance brings along confusion and choosing the right framework turns out to be very challenging. Identifying
‘Regression’ a word that is thought of with a lot of pain by software testers around the globe. We are aware of how mentally taxing yet indispensable Regression testing can be for a release window. Sometimes, we even
In today’s times, one of the challenges that developers face is ensuring that their website/web-app works seamlessly across a different set of devices, browsers, and Operating Systems (OS)/platforms. This is where cross browser testing plays a very crucial role in testing the website/web-app since it helps in testing across different combinations.
Software Industry is changing at a very rapid pace and ‘Time to Market’ has become more critical than ever before.
Ever since its inception in 2011, microservices is making huge waves, especially among organizations developing forward-thinking applications. A survey by Nginx shows that 36% of enterprises are currently using Microservices, while another 26% is doing research on how to implement it.
We are living in an era where software development demands for automation. Software development methodologies such as RAD(Rapid Application Development), Agile and so on requires you to incorporate automation testing as a part of your release cycle. There exist numerous test automation frameworks used for automation testing.
In a decade, the need for software development has evolved drastically. The software has become a key differentiator for companies to gain a competitive edge, especially if your company falls under the SaaS umbrella.