FAQs

  • Basic Selenium WebDriver Script Steps
  • Create a WebDriver object in your project.
  • Go to a website and look around.
  • In Selenium, use locators to find a web element on a webpage.
  • Use the element to perform one or more user actions.
  • Preload the action's expected output/browser response.
  • Execute the test.

Selenium is a tool that drives web browsers such as Firefox and Chrome, in order to test JavaScript-based web applications. It can also be used to automate tests in other programming languages.

Selenium's XPath method allows you to browse the HTML structure of a webpage. The XPath syntax is used to find elements on web pages. In Selenium, UXPath is used to identify elements that aren't found by locators like ID, class, or name. Selenium's XPath may be applied to both HTML and XML texts.

Getting Started with Selenium and Java to Run Automated Tests Selenium is an advantageous tool because it is both open source and a portable software testing framework for web applications that supports many languages such as Java, C#, Ruby, and Python.

The Selenium Client Library, JSON Wire Protocol, Browser Drivers, and Browsers are the four layers that make up this architecture. Languages such as Java, Ruby, Python, C#, and others are included in the Selenium Client Library. The complete Selenium code will be translated to Json format after the test cases are activated.

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