C# is objected-oriented and provides all the popular features supported by OOPS namely encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance. Using C#, you can develop web-based, develop windows, and console applications.
Hi there! We are up with another round of exciting updates to help you expand your cross browser testing coverage. Today, we introduced Selenium 4 capabilities in our Desired Capabilities Generator, along with capabilities for Geolocation testing.
If you are just starting with Selenium automation testing of your product, the first page you would probably want to automate would be the SignUp or Login Page. If you have an online platform like an ecommerce company or a Software-as-a-Service product, the Signup page acts as the door to welcome your web application visitors.
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Web pages can consist of the number of web elements or GUI elements like radio buttons, text boxes, drop-downs, inputs, etc. Web locators in the context of Selenium automation testing are used to perform different actions on the web elements of a page.
Week-end is just around the corner! Which means some of you may be involved in a scheduled release deployment over the weekend under non-business hours. This is the time where you get to evaluate the results of your efforts, put under a strenuous sprint.
Web UI testing can be overwhelming, especially if we refer to cross browser testing. A single glance over the unceasing test scripts including various combinations for browsers, browser versions, devices, and operating system may make you question yourself if you are being overtaxed!
Can you imagine yourself being involved in a web development project with a zero feedback loop? What a mess would that be, where a web developer would go-live with an entire website without getting a proper sign-off from the test department.
Internet Explorer and it’s newer cousin Edge browsers work only on Windows machines. If you have a Mac device with you and you want to perform cross browser testing of your website on Internet Explorer or Edge, then you are out of luck.
Automation testing helps to ease the life of software testers by allowing them to automate their repetitive tasks, and open-source test automation frameworks like Selenium have enabled users to automate web testing experience, at scale.