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Web Elements - Selenium's Golden Nuggets

Web elements are the foundation of all that is visible through a browser. For more information check W3Schools. A web page is made up of HTML elements. 1,383 more words

Selenium

How to Validate Salesforce Login page using page object model in selenium Webdriver

What is Page Object Model(POM)?

It is a design pattern to create object repository for web UI elements. Under the POM for each web page in the application, there should be a corresponding page class. 673 more words

CRM

WebApp e2e testing made simple

In this post I’ve decided to show you a simple way to start with writing tests for webapps in BDD style. Tests on mobile apps can be run in a very similar fashion using… 643 more words

Javascript

Checking whether an image is broken with HttpClient

Let’s say you have a task to check whether a certain image is broken on your page. In case of a broken image, instead of it being rendered properly on the page in your browser, you will see a suggestive icon, like an X or something similar (depending on the browser), suggesting that it’s broken.  845 more words

Automation

30days of security testing

Well I am about 2 months into my role as a junior software tester and I am really enjoying it. I work in a fast paced agile environment and we are logging bugs all the time and there is a small team of us. 215 more words

Using Internet Explorer Web Driver with Splinter Framework

Splinter is an excellent framework for web browser automation in Python, built on top of Selenium, that elegantly abstracts many low level tasks that were cumbersome. 380 more words

IEDriverServer

Conceptual understanding of Selenium grid

Introduction

In this article, we will look into how a typical Selenium grid setup would look like and how the whole setup works.

While trying to understand the Selenium grid, I followed a lot of blogs and articles on web which are pretty explanatory with details of how to setup grid, node and use them. 1,148 more words

Automation Framework