Posts Tagged ‘Selenium’

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Selenium 3 vs Selenium 4

In this blog, I will evaluate the Selenium 3 and Selenium 4 architectures before highlighting a few Selenium 4 benefits. I will also go over the new features added to Selenium IDE, Selenium WebDriver, and Selenium Grid in Selenium 4. The fundamental cause for Selenium’s upgrading is the W3C WebDriver Protocol, which is the most […]

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How to Handle iFrames using Selenium

According to our State of Open-Source Testing 2020 Report, Selenium is by far the most widely used open-source automation framework for functional testing of web applications, with over 81% of respondents utilizing it. We’ll talk about iFrames in this blog, including what they are, how they differ from frames, and how to manage them using […]

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Working with Cookies in Selenium Automated Tests

We’ll look at the Selenium commands in this blog that are used to work with cookies. Cookies, or HTTP cookies, are small data files that are saved on a user’s computer that include details about the user and their preferences on a particular website. Examples Let’s get started and go over using cookies in Selenium. […]

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Selenium Navigation Methods

Navigation Methods Let’s explore the category of Navigation Methods. It is a group of techniques for loading, refreshing, going backwards, and moving forward in our browser’s history. After writing navigate() followed by the dot operator, each Navigation method is made available. The driver can access our browser’s history by writing navigate(). By the article’s conclusion, […]

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Comparing the Different Selenium Switch Methods

Before we go any further, let’s understand why and when the switch method is used for. Frames, notifications, and windows can be switched using Selenium Switch Methods. Before performing an action inside the frame, alert, or window, our Test Script needs to switch. If we don’t switch, an exception is raised by the application. switchTo() […]

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Guide to Implicit, Explicit, and Fluent Waits in Selenium

One of the most Crucial Abilities to understand if you want to become an expert Selenium WebDriver user is the use of the Wait Commands. They are necessary for running test scripts and for locating and fixing problems with Time Latency in web elements. You will discover various Selenium wait types in this blog: Need […]

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Let’s Get Started: Selenium with Python #1

Did you know Python can prove to be a best friend of Selenium when it comes to automation testing? This blog will not only give a brief description of how it works and why it is required to know Selenium with python these days but will also help in learning automation testing using the same. […]

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Functional Testing with Selenium

Functional testing is a sort of testing that aims to determine whether each application feature functions in accordance with the needs of the software. To determine whether a function’s output is in line with the expectations of the end user, each function is compared to the associated requirement. What will be learn in this blog? […]

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Cloud Testing With Selenium – Sauce Labs

“EXECUTE TEST CASES IN Virtual Machine which are not in your control” A Cloud Service Provider with one of the biggest grids for running Selenium and Appium test cases is Sauce Labs. Multiple operating systems, browsers, mobile emulators, simulators, and even actual devices are supported by Sauce Labs. According to the Sauce Labs Official Website, […]

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End-To-End-Automation on JIRA using RestAssured

REST- ASSURED REST stands for REpresentational State Transfer. It supports Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) syntax like Given, When, and Then notations. It helps us to integrate with testing frameworks like Junit or TestNG.   Code Explanation Given() ‘Given’ keyword, lets you set a background, here, you pass the request headers, query and path param, body, cookies. When() ‘when’ keyword […]

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Exploring JIRA Server REST API via Postman

Importance of Jira Automation Project automation in Jira is necessary because it saves time, increases productivity, and improves team cooperation. In this blog, I’ll teach you how to automate various activities in Jira, reducing your workload and providing you with a detailed report. Which will also allow you to focus on other important aspects. “Focus […]

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Hidden Auto Suggestion drop-down values – How to handle in Selenium

Handling Hidden dropdown suggestions/Auto suggestion values in your Selenium Automation script? In our day-to-day automation work we have encountered many drop-down elements and that can also be handled by many ways. One of them is hidden auto suggestion drop-down values which we can’t inspect hence can’t automate.   Problem 1: Go to Enter any […]

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