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How to Use JUnit?

JUnit is one of the most common and easy-to-use frameworks for writing and automating test scripts.

When using JUnit, you can dynamically add dependencies to your test cases via Maven or as 'local dependencies' (or External Libraries).

You can use Eclipse or IntelliJ IDEA for Java testing. IntelliJ is more developer-friendly than Eclipse, and you can use JUnit with an online Selenium Grid like LambdaTest or a local Selenium Grid.

JUnit with Selenium is one of the most popular choices for testing cloud services for web apps. Do you know why? It's because of its capability to run scripts on multiple browsers and platforms, with complete flexibility and support for any programming language.

Here's a quick rundown of how to use JUnit testing with Selenium.

  • Download JUnit Jars
  • Add Jars to your Selenium project
  • Use JUnit annotations and methods in your Selenium test scripts
  • Automate testing with JUnit and Selenium using a cloud testing platform like LambdaTest.

For a step-by-step guide, refer to our article on how to use JUnit testing Tutorial.


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