I can relate to the feeling where you wish to achieve flawless automation testing in the blink of an eye! On the other hand, I also understand the apprehension that is causing you to delay test automation.
Well, hi there! It is the first day of this week and we all are trying to cope up with the Monday blues, asking our colleagues about their weekend, figuring out what’s new to look forward to.
When it comes to automated website testing, one parameter that is extremely important is the intellect gathered from the output of your automation test execution i.e. number of bugs reported, percentage of pass/failed test cases, test coverage, etc.
Howdy testers!! Today, LambdaTest goes live with a new integration to a renowned project management tool called Breeze to help you collaborate faster as you perform cross browser testing.
Selenium has been a pinnacle for open-source software in the industry of automated website testing. The automation testing framework is widely adopted by the testing community to help them in automating interactions with their web-application for desktops.
So you have been performing cross browser testing to help eliminate any discrepancy around cross browser compatibility, but have you ever pondered upon the cause of it? Why would your website look different from one browser to another?
In the past few years, the usage of the web has experienced tremendous growth. The number of internet users increases every single day, and so does the number of websites. We are living in the age of browser wars.
At the start of 2019, we made live, the first release of LambdaTest online Selenium Grid with 2000+ Desktop browser and operating system combinations. It gave you the ability to automate your cross browser testing experience and deliver a seamless website to your audience, faster than before.
Irrespective of the test framework being used, one aspect that would be of interest to the various stakeholders in the project e.g. developers, testers, project managers, etc. would be the output of the test results.
Selenium waits for page load play an important part in your Selenium scripts. They help to make them less flaky and more reliable. Selenium provides multiple waits to provide adequate wait or pause in your script execution based on certain conditions.