How to Create Selenium Reports with EventListeners

In this post, we will review EventListeners - one of Selenium WebDriver's functionalities that enables us to create reports and logs while avoiding code duplication. Let's assume that we're running a test case with Selenium that includes a few steps, such...

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Inside Selenium WebDriver

Everything under the sun has already been written about the Selenium WebDriver. The amount of online tutorials is tremendous, new posts spring like mushrooms after the rain, there are various forums solely dedicated to Selenium, and it's widely known...

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Farewell Selenium IDE – It’s Been Great!

Last month, the official Selenium blog published a post with bad news regarding the future of Selenium IDE and prepared the world to say its goodbyes. It has been decided that from the version of Firefox 55 and onward, Selenium IDE will stop working and...

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Page Object Model- Make It Simple, Use Abstraction

After covering the fundamentals for a creating a test automation infrastructure, in this post I'll elaborate more about the idea behind page abstraction while using page object model in test automation. First, let me explain the expression"Abstraction",...

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20 Fundamentals for a Successful Test Automation Infrastructure

In software testing, in order to prepare a successful test automation project, one must understand first its components and how to ensure sustainability and maximize performance. These are 20 fundamentals every software engineer has to complete in order...

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Selenium with Ruby Training (Part 2)

In the first part of Selenium with Ruby training,  we learned how to setup Ruby's environment, got to know Interactive Ruby, how to select and install IDE. In this part, we’ll learn about ‘Gems’, install Selenium through it; we’ll see how to...

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8 Open Source Test Automation Tools for Desktop Applications

Deciding on the right testing tool for a desktop app, might be a difficult task. These are the- Pros and Cons of 8 different open source test automation tools for desktop applications, written in WinForms/ WPF:   AutoIT AutoIT is a Stand Alone...

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How to Use Selenium with Ruby (Part 1)

Ruby is a well-known object oriented programming language specifically made for developing client environments. In 2004, a framework named RoR or ‘Ruby on Rails’ was developed for this language which ignited Ruby’s success in the applications...

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Using Selenium with Python Tutorial (Part 2)

In the first part of using Selenium with Python tutorial, we've learned how to setup Python, Python’s commands through the Shell and how to implement Python’s plugin Eclipse IDE. In this post, we’ll learn how to open a new project in Eclipse,...

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Using Selenium with Python Tutorial (Part 1)

The following  Selenium with Python tutorial will cover all the fundamentals in order to create a proper test automation project. Python is an object oriented programming language, it runs on Linux, Windows and Mac which turns it into cross platform....

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