Selenium is one of the widely used test automation frameworks for automated browser testing. Selenium test automation is really helpful in testing websites or web apps on different combinations of browsers, operating systems, and devices.
Have you ever noticed how a scroll works on a webpage? What if you are not allowed to touch the mouse or the arrow keys on the keyboard. How would you scroll then?
When it comes to automated browser testing, there are a couple of options for test frameworks like NUnit, xUnit.net, and MSTest. Each of these frameworks has their own share of advantages & shortcomings and NUnit & xUnit.net had a huge edge over MSTest.
A lot of times while performing Selenium test automation, you’ll come across certain scenarios when your test fails due to the fact that the webpage or the web element takes some time to load completely.
Quite often while buying a movie ticket online or filling up a form, you’d come across calendars to pick dates and even time. These calendars make the whole process of picking dates much easier and interactive and play a crucial role in enhancing user experience.
MSTest is the default test automation framework which comes bundled with Visual Studio. It started out as a command-line tool for executing tests and was referred as Visual Studio Unit Testing Framework; however the name MSTest is more synonymous with the developers.
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The Selenium IDE is a popular record and playback testing tool that is used for automated browser testing. It makes it easy to get started with automation testing as the IDE is a simple turn-key solution that is web-ready and works out of the box.