Do you know WebdriverIO is often called a next-gen browser and mobile test automation framework? The testing community widely uses the WebDriverIO framework to perform automation testing on web applications and native mobile applications. Wondering why? Because the tests performed on WebdriverIO are simple and concise. Also, it lets you control browsers with just a few lines of code. All these reasons have made testers adopt WebDriverIO to fulfill their browser testing needs.
Do you know the WebDriverIO setup is very easy to follow compared to selenium testing configuration? There are many features that you can configure manually, which is very beneficial for automation testing. In this chapter, we'll cover the steps you need to follow for executing your first Test Automation Script using WebDriverIO.SEE MORE →
WebdriverIO is extendible, compatible, feature-rich, and easy to install. It is considered a Next-gen test automation framework that supports both desktop browsers and mobile apps, which makes WebDriverIO a favorable option for Selenium automation testing. Read the blog to learn more on automation testing with WebDriverIO.SEE MORE →
WebDriverIO browser commands are used to perform certain actions on the browser directly. In this chapter, we will cover the ‘browser’ object and how to use them. We will also focus on the major challenges you might face while working on your Selenium Automation Scripts in WebDriverIO. Read the blog to learn more!SEE MORE →
In this chapter on alert handling in Selenium, we'll show you how to handle alerts & pop-ups and overlay modal in WebDriverIO. We will also cover the different types of alerts you will face during automation and the key points you need to follow for alert handling in Selenium using WebDriverIO.SEE MORE →
In any automation testing framework, finding elements is the most fundamental activity. We have to choose web elements very carefully so that automation script execution can handle static and dynamic elements for stable test results. In this chapter we will help you learn how WebdriverIO Uses Selenium Locators in the most unique way.SEE MORE →
While performing automated browser testing, there'll be plenty of times when you'd have to handle the dropdown menu. Often used in forms, dropdown works great when conserving space and preventing users from choosing the wrong option in a form. Learn more about handling dropdowns in this chapter.SEE MORE →
Are you wondering why to use monkey testing with WebDriverIO? Read this chapter to learn how you can leverage the awesomeness of WebdriverIO along with the selenium framework to automate monkey testing of your website or web applications.SEE MORE →