Ever since the outbreak of COVID-19 our lives have gone through a major upheaval. All of us are forced to stay in isolation away from our friends and family. With the number of people affected in this pandemic rising every day, it’s difficult to not be consumed by anxiety and fear.
Without a doubt, automated browser testing has transformed the way software development works. If it wasn’t for Selenium, we wouldn’t be able to use such a wide array of bug-free web apps as we do.
Alert windows are pop-up windows that are extensively used across different types of websites or web applications. Alert window alerts the user and expects an action from the user post that alert.
As a developer, I know for a fact that I have to constantly brush up myself with new updates. This means that not only I have to keep learning more about the frameworks and language I work with.
Cucumber and Selenium are widely used frameworks for BDD(Behaviour Driven Development) and browser automation respectively. Although on paper, it seems like a nice pair but when it comes to reality a lot of testers shy away from it.
A developer will always write code keeping different scenarios in mind but there could be cases where the implementation does not work as expected. The same principle also applies to test code that is primarily written to test the existing product functionalities
Wait is an important command used in Selenium test automation for handling dynamic loading of web elements on a web page (or web application).
Companies all around the globe are making their employees work from home for the first time to tackle the outbreak of the coronavirus. And it won’t be wrong to assume that working remotely will become the new normal for many of us for some time
In every software development life cycle (SDLC), unit testing is considered as the first level of testing, which is performed before integration testing. Earlier, manual methods were used to carry out unit testing of an app, which was very time consuming and hectic.