The complexity involved in the creation of modern web applications must be balanced with rigorous testing cycles. Automation testing can play a critical role in ensuring that the end result (e.g., website or application) is of top-notch quality.
JUnit is one of the most popular unit testing frameworks in the Java ecosystem. The JUnit 5 version (also known as Jupiter) contains many exciting innovations, including support for new features in Java 8 and above.
July was a very exciting month at LambdaTest! We have made quite a few big announcements, and we are elated to share wholesome details about all the cool stuff that we have been rolling out.
Variables are the basic building block of any software application. They reduce the redundant tasks for the developers in a program and hold values that have to be used in the entire program. Websites are a bit different.
Both JUnit and TestNG are popular unit testing frameworks that have been widely accepted by Java developers. JUnit was introduced as an open-source unit testing framework for Java way back in 1997. In fact, JUnit is one of the widely used test automation frameworks for Selenium test automation.
Code coverage is a software quality metric commonly used during the development process that lets you determine the degree of code that has been tested (or executed).
Today’s potential customers are smart, sophisticated, and time-starved and they want their requirements to be addressed instantly. Therefore, an ultimate user experience is crucial to the success and survival of organizations that aim to enhance their user’s engagement.
The Selenium framework lets you interact with the WebElements in the DOM. For realizing the interaction(s), it is important to choose the appropriate locator from the available Selenium web locators.