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5 Ways To Adopt Automation Testing Quickly

In the current software environment, consumers expect fast-paced deliveries of new software updates which should be functional on a multitude of devices and platforms, and manual testing is simply not feasible enough to meet the rising demands of the consumer market.

As a result, software development organizations are adopting test automation exceedingly, and as a manual tester, you need to keep up with the evolving test methods to remain relevant in your field.

The agile method of developing software has

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JUnit Framework and its use in Selenium

This tutorial will talk about JUnit Framework and how to use in your selenium script. For comprehensive Selenium tutorials series check out here.

What is JUnit?

JUnit is a controlling entity in selenium. For example in selenium suppose we have 10 scripts running and based on the script run reports and logs get generated and along with that we have set of XL files from which data get to generate. If we want the first script to execute first then

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Sessions, Parallel run, and Dependency in Selenium

In this chapter, we are going to discuss TestNG framework and how this framework could be used to create multiple test sessions to execute tests in parallel using Selenium WebDriver.

TestNG Framework

TestNG framework is the “Next Generation” framework that overcomes the limitations of the existing test framework known as JUnit. It has many inbuilt features and other advantages that make the test easier and very robust. Before we can look into this area, let’s first learn to install TestNG

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Selenium Tutorial: Introduction to Selenium Grid

In this tutorial, we are going to discuss Selenium grid in detail. Selenium grid is a software that is associated with Selenium software that is capable of executing multiple tests in parallel across different web browsers, operating systems and hardware architectures. It is based on hub-node execution model where a hub is a single machine that runs the test, however, the execution of these tests can be done on the different machines known as nodes.

Selenium HUB and NODES Model:

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Tutorial 9 - Using Slim Test Table Styles in Fitnesse

In previous FitNesse tutorials, we discussed and demonstrated examples related to the decision table. There are many other FitNesse tables which are yet to be explored. In this tutorial, we are going to discuss dynamic decision table in detail.

Dynamic Decision Table:

Decision table supplies the inputs and outputs for decision-making and marks the test as red or green color accordingly. Similarly, the dynamic decision table has the same syntax as decision table but it passes the column headers as

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How to handle Cookies in Selenium WebDriver

In this tutorial, we are going to discuss the handling of cookies using Selenium WebDriver. Before we start using Selenium Webdriver to store information in the cookie and retrieve from it, let’s first explore some more about HTTP Cookie.

Introduction To Cookie

Perhaps you have done online shopping and notices the shopping cart that is often present on the top right corner of the website. When you do shopping on such websites and add items to the shopping

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