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Jul 26 2018

What is Selenium? Introduction to Selenium Automation Testing

What is Selenium? Introduction to Selenium Automation Testing

Selenium is a free (open source) automated testing suite for web applications across different browsers and platforms. It is quite similar to HP Quick Test Pro (QTP now UFT) only that Selenium focuses on automating web-based applications.

Testing done using Selenium tool is usually referred as Selenium Testing.

The Selenium Training Program is designed to give Software Testing tools in Hyderabad participants the skills and knowledge necessary to start / improve a career in the automation of functional testing using the Open Source Test Automation tool.

Selenium is not just a single tool but a suite of software’s, each catering to different testing needs of an organization.

It has four components.

  • Selenium Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
  • Selenium Remote Control (RC)
  • Selenium Grid
  • WebDriverSelenium Suite krish soft

Selenium is an open source tool for testing web applications. Selenium is probably one of the best tools available on the market for web applications.

Software Testing tools Krish Software Solutions is designed to help you understand and gain professional insight by using the tool’s features for automation testing.

Selenium is mainly an automated test tool for browsers and web applications. Designed as an open source technology Selenium provides a portable test framework.

As the Internet and web applications penetrate all aspects of human life, the number of Web application developments has grown exponentially.

Advantages of QTP over Selenium :

Can test both web and desktop applications Can only test web applications
Comes with a built-in object repository Has no built-in object repository
Automates faster than Selenium because it is a fully featured IDE. Automates at a slower rate because it does not have a native IDE and only third party IDE can be used for development
Data-driven testing is easier to perform because it has built-in global and local data tables. Data-driven testing is more cumbersome since you have to rely on the programming language’s capabilities for setting values for your test data
Can access controls within the browser(such as the Favorites bar, Address bar, Back and Forward buttons, etc.) Cannot access elements outside of the web application under test
Provides professional customer support No official user support is being offered.
Has native capability to export test data into external formats Has no native capability to export run time data onto external formats
Parameterization Support is built Parameterization can be done via programming but is difficult to implement.
Test Reports are generated automatically No native support to generate test /bug reports.