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Testing Web Applications with Selenium Grid

Posted 5/29/14
Selenium has greatly evolved with time, especially since the 2.0 release when the legacy Selenium project merged with Google’s WebDriver. Nowadays, Selenium offers a wide range of programming languages supported to write the tests, an impressive browser compatibility list, the ability to record tests from user interactions and, above all in my opinion, the ability to re-execute tests across a...

A Look at Selenium Webdriver

Posted 7/9/14
Webdriver is a platform and language-neutral interface that allows you to program or script, and control the behavior of a web browser. The WebDriver API is primarily intended to allow developers to write tests that automate a browser from a separate controlling process, but may also be implemented in such a way as to allow in-browser scripts to control a possibly separate browser. ...

Installation and Configuration of Selenium Webdriver

Posted 8/21/14
We previously looked at Selenium Webdriver's features and advantages, and how to integrate it with Jmeter.  In this post we'll explore installation and configuation.  Selenium Webdriver Scripts can be generated in various programming languages depending upon the Requirements and skills.  Here, Java is used to generate the Webdriver scripts in Eclipse. Steps to configure...