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Selenium: How to correctly test whether an element is displayed (or not)

One of the most frequent kind of interactions with the web page when testing with Selenium is checking whether a particular element is present. More specifically, whether it is visible when looking at the page and does not have a “hidden” attribute. 775 more words


We’ve recently begun the undertaking of upgrading our ServiceNow instance from Fuji to Geneva.  For those of you who haven’t made such an attempt yet, here’s what I’ve noted so far with automated testing: 177 more words


Symptoms that your mobile automation is going to fail

Smartphone users are increasing every day and mobile world is growing so rapidly. People now share and access mobile apps more frequently than web apps. 934 more words


How to handle alerts in selenium

Hi there,

Today’s session is on handling alerts in Selenium.

Alerts is dealt with the help of a class called “Alert” in Selenium. You need to create the object of that class and switch to that alert window. 62 more words


When we talk about continuous integration; there are many tools like Jenkins, TeamCity, Bamboo etc. But Jenkins is the most popular because of its numerous plugin and free style configurations for jobs. 541 more words


Handling Page Load in Selenium Java

I’ve been immersed at work lately on a project and haven’t been able to post for the past few months. I wrote a blog last year about how to handle page loading times using C#. 356 more words

Automation Testing

Multiple Window Handling in Selenium

Today most of the web applications contain multiple navigation links which lead the user to other windows. It is quite possible that at the same time, functionality is performed using two or more windows.   445 more words