Selenium 4 has been gaining significant traction since the release of its first Alpha version in April 2019. However, no official announcement has been made around the release date of the ‘final release’ of Selenium 4.
A framework is a collection or set of tools and processes that work together to support testing and developmental activities. It contains various utility libraries, reusable modules, test data setup, and other dependencies.
JUnit is one of the most popular Java-based open-source frameworks used for testing every unit of the application, i.e., classes and methods. And for automating the testing of web applications, you can use it with the Selenium WebDriver.
Selenium 4, the latest version of Selenium, is currently available in the Alpha Version. There has been a lot of buzz around the release of Selenium 4 Alpha features, as it is packed with salient properties like relative locators, improved Selenium IDE, and improved Selenium Grid design
We live in an era of smartphones, and we spend a lot of our time on these devices. Do you know an average smartphone user currently spends 4 hours and 30 minutes per day on their device?
Selenium is one of the most prominent automation frameworks for functional testing and web app testing. Automation testers who use Selenium can run tests across different browser and platform combinations by leveraging an online Selenium Grid.
Hey folks! We hope this announcement finds you well amid this pandemic. In 2018, we announced the first release of the Lambda tunnel to help our customers conduct cross browser testing on their locally hosted web applications and web pages before pushing them out for the world to see.
When it comes to CI/CD tools, we’re all too familiar with Jenkins. It has been a popular choice among Java developers for continuous integration and continuous development approach. It is a super-effective tool to build and test projects, thereby making easy integration possible continuously.
We all know that test automation can work wonders for our business. It can help us reduce cost, save time and effort, get quicker feedback, etc. thereby directly contributing to increased productivity and maximization of profits.