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Selenium Waits: Implicit, Explicit, Fluent And Sleep

Selenium waits for page load play an important part in your Selenium scripts. They help to make them less flaky and more reliable. Selenium provides multiple waits to provide adequate wait or pause in your script execution based on certain conditions. Thereby ensuring you don’t end up getting failed scripts as you perform automation testing with Selenium. In this tutorial, ...

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Handling Multiple Browser Tabs With Selenium Automation Testing

Automation testing with Selenium has been a lifeline in grooming budding automation testers into professionals. Selenium being open-source is largely adopted on a global scale. As a result of which you get huge support from the community. There are multiple frameworks for different languages that offer bindings with Selenium. So you have got everything on board for getting started with ...

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How to Setup Selenium Grid For Parallel Execution In Different Browsers

Selenium is by far the most used web automation testing tools. One of the reasons behind this huge popularity is Selenium’s automated cross browser testing capabilities. Selenium automation testing can help you test on all major browsers, all major operating systems, and even on mobile device browsers. You can get a huge browser coverage in all your functional tests ensuring ...

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Using Selenium Webdriver For Full Page Screenshots

One of the most performed actions of any webpage tester is taking a screenshot of the webpage. Whenever a tester finds and reports a bug, that bug would not be taken seriously without supporting screenshots or even videos of the issue. This is equally true no matter the type of testing you are doing and that includes selenium automation testing. ...

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22 Practical Tips To Test Automation With Selenium WebDriver

Test automation with Selenium has empowered website testers over the globe to perform automated website testing with ease. Webdriver is a core component of the Selenium framework using which you can perform automated cross browser testing of your website or web application against different types of browsers e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, etc. The ...

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How Professional QA Implements A Robust CI/CD Pipeline?


The obsolete conventional methods of software developments were not taking over the escalated market trends, and those methods lacked solutions for the increased demand of quick software release that introduced the “Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD)”. Along with CI/CD, you need to have that kind of technical capability where developers adapt to the shortened delivery cycles and automation ...

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How Do You Calculate Your ROI On Test Automation With Selenium?

Cross browser testing has been a type of testing which requires a tremendous amount of effort and time. The process of testing your web-app over different browsers, operating systems, devices, screen resolutions to evaluate the rendering of your web content for a variety of your audience is an activity. Especially, if approached manually. Automated cross browser testing with Selenium can ...

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Selenium Java Tutorial – Class Name Locator In Selenium

CSS Locator in Selenium is one of the most important aspects of writing a script. If you cannot locate an element by using any CSS locator in Selenium, then being proficient at Selenium automation will be a tough task. Selenium provides multiple ways of locating an element. You can check out other articles around different CSS locator in Selenium that ...

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Find Elements With Link Text & Partial Link Text In Selenium

CSS locators in Selenium are a fundamental concept that every tester who aims to perform automation testing with Selenium, should be aware of. Proficient use of CSS locators in Selenium can help you perform testing in a more efficient & thorough manner. I have been in the automation testing industry from 7 years now, & I often observe that testers ...

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