Every software-based business wants to ensure that automation testing and DevOps go hand in hand for a continuous testing process. Be it a small scale business or a large scale enterprise, we understand how indispensable these two have become for a hassle-free SDLC for any business.
He is a gifted driver. Famed for speed, reverse J, and drifts. He can breeze through the Moscow and Mexico traffic without sweating a drop. Of course, no one gets cracking on Bengaluru roads 😛 But despite being so adept behind the wheels, he sometimes fails to champ the street races.
Selenium automation is not just about navigating and clicking through the links. Yes, you can use it to switch tabs, find broken links, or even drag and drop directly. But there is a lot more to it.
One of the prime responsibilities of any automation testers is to ensure that the tests get executed at an optimal pace. This can only be achieved if the implemented tests (or test suites) effectively utilize the automation testing framework (like Selenium) and the infrastructure where the tests are executed.
Today everyone is on the internet! As per HootSuite, 321 million users added in 2020 itself, taking the total number of internet users close to 4.4 billion.
Mobile has changed the way the world works. It touches every aspect of life. For most people the first thing they look at when they wake up the mobile screen and the last thing that they see before going to bed is the mobile screen.
Retrieving the page source of a website under scrutiny is a day-to-day task for most test automation engineers. Analysis of the page source helps eliminate bugs identified during regular website UI testing, functional testing, or security testing drills.