Selenium JUnit Tutorial

OVERVIEW

JUnit is a popular Java-based, open-source framework that is primarily used for unit testing Java projects. You can test websites or web apps by performing Selenium automation testing with JUnit. Selenium and JUnit can be used independently of each other, though testing with JUnit and Selenium combined helps to write test cases in a more structured way. Annotations in JUnit are used for identifying test methods. A variety of assertions, grouping tests into test suites, and ease offered in maintaining tests are the major reasons for JUnit’s popularity for cross browser testing.

Choosing The Right JavaScript Framework

New generation frameworks are emerging today with multiple advantages that can mark a shift in how applications are created and used. Of course, the best framework depends on you, your team, and the goals you're trying to hit. But no matter what you choose, JUnit 5 can test anything quickly and easily.

So check out this article to know why you should choose JUnit 5 over TestNG.

JUnit 5 vs TestNG: Choosing the Right Frameworks for Selenium Automation Testing

JUnit and TestNG are popular Java test frameworks used in Selenium automation testing. Read this blog to find out more about the latest version of JUnit, JUnit 5, and a side-by-side comparison of JUnit 5 vs. TestNG.

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TestNG vs JUnit: Which Testing Framework Should You Choose?

A side-by-side comparison of TestNG and JUnit will reveal the differences between these two prominent test automation frameworks. Selenium WebDriver can be used to find the best-suited framework for automation tests.

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Introduction to Selenium JUnit test automation framework

In this section of the Selenium JUnit tutorial, you will be introduced to the JUnit test automation framework.

JUnit with Selenium

Do you know, using Selenium with JUnit is one of the most popular choices to test cloud services for web apps? Why? Due to its capabilities to run the script on multiple browsers and platforms with any language support one chooses. Read more to learn how to perform automation testing with Selenium and JUnit for browser compatibility.

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Getting started with Selenium JUnit

This section of the Selenium JUnit tutorial will help you get started with running automation tests with JUnit.

How to Setup JUnit Environment for Your First Test?

Want to set up a JUnit environment for your first test? In this chapter, we will cover everything from how to download, install, and set up JUnit. We will also dive into how you can use JUnit with Eclipse and IntelliJ – popular IDEs for Java development.

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Running tests with JUnit

This section of the Selenium JUnit tutorial will act as your step-by-step guide to successfully run tests with JUnit.

How to Run JUnit Selenium Tests Using TestNG?

TestNG supports a broader range of test types, which makes it easier to migrate your JUnit tests to TestNG. This approach means you don’t have to rewrite your test cases from scratch. Check out this chapter to learn how to run JUnit Selenium tests using TestNG.

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Complete JUnit 5 Mockito Tutorial for Unit Testing

Mockito is a unit testing framework for Java that makes unit testing more effective. It improves test results with clean tests, dependency injection, and compile-time checks. Check out this chapter to know more!

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Parallel Testing with JUnit 5 and Selenium [Tutorial]

Parallel test execution with Selenium is one of the most effective ways to improve test execution speed. Serial execution in Selenium won't be effective unless your tests are run on a small number of browser and OS combinations. Check out this tutorial on parallel testing with JUnit 5 and Selenium.

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How to Execute JUnit 4 Tests with JUnit 5 [Tutorial]

JUnit 5 is the latest version of JUnit. It comes with three core sub-components: JUnit platform, JUnit Jupiter, and JUnit Vintage. This chapter will show you how to execute JUnit 4 tests with JUnit 5. Do check out!

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How to Run JUnit Tests from the Command Line?

JUnit, a part of the Java-based open-source testing framework, can be used to test individual classes and methods and also to automate web application tests with Selenium WebDriver. This tutorial will act as your guide to run JUnit tests with the command line.

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Parallel Testing With JUnit 5 And Selenium [Tutorial]

If Selenium tests are run in parallel mode, the execution speed can be increased, but if you need to run tests on a small number of browser and OS combinations, serial execution can be effective. Check out this tutorial on parallel testing with JUnit 5 and Selenium.

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Deep diving into advanced use cases for Selenium JUnit

In this section of the Selenium JUnit tutorial, you will learn more about the JUnit testing frameworks by deep diving into the use cases for Selenium JUnit.

How to Minimize Browsers in Selenium WebDriver Using JUnit?

Selenium has a way of minimizing the browser windows you want, based on what JUnit tests you're running. In some cases, you may want to minimize a window to make room for another test. Check out this tutorial on how JUnit can help you in minimizing browsers in Selenium WebDriver.

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How to use @RepeatedTest Annotations in JUnit 5?

The JUnit framework is a popular test automation framework for unit testing in Java. The latest version of JUnit, i.e., JUnit 5 (also known as Jupiter), offers a number of improvements over JUnit 4. However, the community of JUnit users are often divided on this new release, with some favoring the stability of JUnit 4 and others preferring the new features being introduced with each release of JUnit 5.

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A Comprehensive Guide on JUnit 5 Extensions

The new JUnit 5 framework has an extensible architecture and a new extension model, which makes it easy to add custom features. This chapter takes a deep dive into JUnit 5 extensions.

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How to Run JUnit Selenium Tests Using TestNG?

In this chapter, we look at how you can run test cases using both JUnit and TestNG in Selenium without any re-work in writing the tests.

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JUnit Parameterized Test for Selenium Automation with Examples

TWith parameterized tests, you can run the same automated test script again but with different input values. This Selenium JUnit chapter will show you how to set up a parameterized test for Selenium Test Automation.

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JUnit Asserts with Examples

Automation testing helps ease software testers' lives by letting them automate their repetitive tasks, and open-source test automation frameworks like Selenium. However, what good is automation testing if you cannot verify whether a test case has passed or failed? In this chapter, we will show you how to assert in JUnit, different types of assert in JUnit with examples.

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Tutorial on JUnit Annotations with Examples

In this chapter, we would be looking at examples of JUnit annotations in Selenium, their order of execution, and some special JUnit annotations used for a specific purpose. We will also be looking into a collective code for executing each example of JUnit annotation in Selenium. At last, we will perform cross browser testing with Selenium Grid using JUnit annotations.

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Automated Testing with JUnit and Selenium for Browser Compatibility

You can fast-track your manual cross-browser testing effort by automating your tests. This chapter will teach you how to automate testing with JUnit for browser compatibility.

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