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Selenium Web driver Code Snippets For Web App Testing Automation

WebDriver is a open source free test automation library for doing web application testing. The main reason for extreme popularity and success of WebDriver is its ability to easily simulate the action of a real website user. 1,157 more words


OS X El Capitan 10.11 Dev Beta 4 Released

Apple has released beta 4 of the Developer Preview version of OS X 10.11 El Capitan with build 15A226f.



Meanwhile also good news for nVidia GPU users as there are webdrivers available which work with El Capitan… 22 more words


Create xpaths for Test Automation projects

Want to learn how to create xpaths.

Watch the video. https://youtu.be/vcT4Ic5pbEA

Its easy and get started with this important aspect of creating xpath selectors for your test automation project, may it be Selenium C#/Java or commercial products like UFT(QTP) or TestComplete from smartbear, VSTS from Microsoft. 34 more words

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Headless Browser testing in Scala using Selenium Webdriver

Headless browser term is used which have no GUI(graphical user interface). Headless provide the same environment like a web browser to a web page for the testing.These are the program which are run on our machine without showing any GUI. 336 more words


How to solved Java null pointer error java.lang.NullPointerException in Selenium webdriver using Test NG in eclipse ? simple way :)

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Hope you are doing good like me :)

I have written the following code in webdriver using TestNG frame work but when

I was running this below code, 330 more words

What is Selenium?

Selenium is an open source suit for automation of web applications. In fact its a combination of various suits. It compromises of

1) Selenium IDE… 144 more words

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Functional Testing and STLC Training

Out Functional testing and STLC Training covers following topics:

  •  Software development and Testing phases
  •  Types of Testing
  •  Agile Methodology
  •  STLC and Test Scenarios
  •  Writing test cases…
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