“Testing leads to failure, and failure leads to understanding.” Burt Rutan It goes without saying that the very essence of testing lies in locating issues so that they can be worked upon. This results in a better-quality & well-performing web application (or website) that is important in building a positive customer experience.
A test automation framework is a set of components that facilitates the execution of tests along with reporting the results of the test execution. However, the discovery of the right test automation framework can be super-challenging since there are so many options at your perusal.
Hey Testers! Hope you are staying safe and healthy. In these turbulent times, it is evident that organizations need robust and scalable functional capabilities to keep their businesses thriving even when confronted with imminent workplace challenges.
For every business as well as individual developers, having an online presence has kind of become mandatory. However, while developing websites, developers may get confused regarding which framework to choose.
Automation testing is an integral part of software development. When it comes to web applications, it is essential to test the user interface to ensure that a flawless experience is delivered to the end-users.
Over the years working with web development technologies, I have seen responsiveness, CSS, and browser compatibility testing have become the clear winners of discussions. For someone who is just beginning their journey with web development, “responsiveness” is considered a synonym for web development with every line of code directed towards it.
One of the primary requisites to automate interactions with a WebElement in the DOM is that it should be visible and interactable. Like me, you would also come across several scenarios where your Selenium Python scripts threw an ElementNotVisibleException.
Microsoft Teams, launched in 2017, bundled in with Office 365, is a collaboration tool that gained popularity during the pandemic times. Since its release, Microsoft Teams has quickly grown to become one of the fastest successful workplace collaboration tools with more than 145 million daily active users.