TestNG is a Java-based open-source test automation framework. It covers a broader range of test categories: unit, functional, end-to-end, integration, etc. This framework is quite popular among developers and testers for test creation due to its useful features like grouping, dependence, prioritization, ease of using multiple annotations, etc. Another reason for its popularity is that it helps them organize tests in a structured way and enhances the scripts' maintainability and readability.
Though, it is developed on the same lines as NUnit and JUnit. But, its advanced features make it a much more robust framework in comparison to its peers.
Choosing The Right Selenium TestNG 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, TestNG can test anything quickly and easily.
So check out this article to know why you should choose TestNG as a framework.
JUnit and TestNG are two of the most popular Java frameworks for automated Selenium testing. You should choose the one that suits your requirements best. In this chapter, we compare JUnit 5 vs. TestNG to help you make up your mind.SEE MORE →
Getting started with Selenium TestNG
This section of the Selenium TestNG tutorial will help you get started with running automation tests with TestNG.
TestNG is a frequently used Java automation testing framework. This chapter shows you how to install the TestNG plugin for the Eclipse IDE and set it up in your system.SEE MORE →
In this chapter, we'll create a TestNG project from scratch and write our first test script using TestNG. Check it out now!SEE MORE →
Automation testers are drawn to TestNG, a Java testing framework that can be used to drive Selenium Automation. When it comes to automation, no one can compete with Selenium. However, it can be challenging for a beginner to find the starting point for learning. This chapter will act as your step-by-step guide.SEE MORE →
Running Tests with TestNG
This section of the Selenium TestNG tutorial will act as your step-by-step guide to successfully running tests with TestNG.
Java's TestNG framework is a popular option for automation engineers, who can rely on its in-built features and know that they have an active community of developers behind their back. This chapter teaches you how to install TestNG and use it to run your first Selenium test script with TestNG.SEE MORE →
The traditional approach of manual testing is already overtaken by automation testing. One widely adopted automation testing strategy is the shift from sequential testing to parallel testing. This chapter takes you through the steps of performing parallel test execution in TestNG.SEE MORE →
If you are looking to make the most out of a Selenium Grid, then executing multiple test files at once is the way to go. In this tutorial, we will show you how to run multiple tests from a TestNG XML file.SEE MORE →
Manual testing of an application on multiple browsers can be time-consuming and stressful. Imagine the amount of time required to perform manual testing on multiple browsers. With automated cross-browser testing, you need not spend much time and energy on compatibility issues. This chapter will teach you how to speed up your automated parallel testing with TestNG.SEE MORE →
Ready to run your first Cucumber script and leverage TestNG capabilities to perform parallel testing? Check out our guide on Automation Testing With Selenium, Cucumber & TestNG.SEE MORE →
If you've learned both the JUnit and TestNG test frameworks, you may be able to run JUnit-based tests using the TestNG framework. In addition, the TestNG framework supports tests in more categories than JUnit, making it easier to migrate test cases from JUnit to TestNG. In this chapter, we look at how you can write test cases with JUnit and TestNG without re-writing tests.SEE MORE →
Deep diving into Advanced Use Cases for Selenium TestNG
In this section of the Selenium TestNG tutorial, you will learn more about the TestNG testing frameworks by deep diving into the use cases for Selenium TestNG.
TestNG lets you group test methods in named groups. Using groups, you can run a set of tests that belong to a group or multiple groups. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at how to group test cases in TestNG.SEE MORE →
TestNG allows you to set priority for test cases as well as run them in the order you want. This is especially useful when defining a sequence for the test case execution or when assigning precedence to some methods over others. Learn more about this by checking out this chapter.SEE MORE →
When a failure of the test is encountered, TestNG halts execution. Therefore, programmers use TestNG's assertion mechanisms to run certain actions when they encounter problems while performing automated Selenium WebDriver testing. Check out this chapter to learn how you can make use of them.SEE MORE →
DataProvider in TestNG allows us to pass multiple parameters to a single test using only one execution cycle. This can be helpful when we need to pass multiple values to a test in just one execution cycle. This chapter will teach you how to use DataProviders in TestNG.SEE MORE →
If most of your tests are likely to have similar actions, then Parameterization may be the right tool for you. We can use Parameterization in our automation scripts, depending on the framework we're using. Check out this detailed chapter on Parameterization in TestNG.SEE MORE →
TestNG Listeners allow you to customize test results and provide valuable information on your tests. Selenium WebDriver's TestNG Listeners are modules that listen to certain events and keep track of the test execution while performing some action at every stage of test execution.SEE MORE →
Annotations were first added to the Java language in JDK 5. See this chapter in our TestNG tutorial for details about why you might use annotations and different attributes of TestNG that can help add structure to your code.SEE MORE →
TestNG provides us with the Reporter Class, which allows us to create reports that are informative and helpful without relying on third-party software, improving efficiency and analysis of information. Check out this chapter to learn how you can use the TestNG Reporter Log.SEE MORE →
Want to know how you can generate TestNG Reports in Jenkins? Check out this detailed guide on how to generate TestNG Reports in Jenkins.SEE MORE →