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Complete Guide To Selenium Locators In Protractor (Examples)

While testing the functionality for your website, especially web elements such as radio button, text boxes, drop-down, etc., you need to make sure that you are able to access these elements. Selenium locators serve this exact purpose, by using this command we can identify these web elements, DOM (Document Object Model), to perform Selenium test automation through our scripts. These ...

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How WebdriverIO Uses Selenium Locators in a Unique Way – A WebdriverIO Tutorial With Examples

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. WebDriverIO has many advanced Selenium locators/ selector strategies compared to other automation testing frameworks. Traditionally, each locator has a specific By method which identifies the ...

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JUnit 5 and Selenium – improving project configuration

Selenium is a set of tools and libraries supporting browser automation and it is mainly used for web applications testing. One of the Selenium’s components is a Selenium WebDriver that provides client library, the JSON wire protocol (protocol to communicate with the browser drivers) and browser drivers. One of the main advantages of Selenium WebDriver is that it supported by ...

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Selenium 4 Alpha – What to Expect?

Selenium 4 Alpha- What to Expect? Back in August of 2018 the whole testing automation community had been struck by the big news: Simon Stewart, the founding member of Selenium, had officially confirmed the release date and some of the major updates for Selenium 4 at the Selenium Conference in Bangalore. The 4.0 version of the world’s beloved framework for ...

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Desired Capabilities in Selenium Testing With Examples

Desired Capabilities is a class used to declare a set of basic requirements such as combinations of browsers, operating systems, browser versions, etc. to perform automated cross browser testing of a web application. When we try to automate our test scripts through Selenium automation testing, we need to consider these combinations to declare a specific test environment over which our ...

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How Selenium 4 Relative Locator Can Change The Way You Test?

Web pages can consist of the number of web elements or GUI elements like radio buttons, text boxes, drop-downs, inputs, etc. Web locators in the context of Selenium automation testing are used to perform different actions on the web elements of a page. Which makes it no surprise that as a new Selenium user, the first thing we aim to ...

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