UI testing

Automate drop-down menu and checkbox using Selenium 4.0

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the last blog, we saw how we can use locator strategies to find and use different elements for automating our projects. In this blog, we will see how we can automate the drop-down menu and checkbox using selenium 4.0. What’s the need for automating drop-down menu and checkbox? Nowadays most websites contain drop-down menus and check boxes to perform various interactions with the website. Continue Reading

Jenkins Integration and reporting using Selenium 4

Reading Time: 4 minutes Selenium is used for testing and automating the web applications. We can run our tests with CI/CD tools such as Jenkins. In this blog we will see Jenkins Integration and reporting using Selenium 4. Why is Jenkins integration required? Test automation helps us with continuous defects, errors, and bugs as early as possible. Earlier the issue is found, cheaper it is to fix it. With Continue Reading

Headless browser testing in selenium using HTMLUnitDriver

Reading Time: 3 minutes Selenium is being used by many major organizations across the world. Using selenium we can automate the GUI and see it run in real-time. But what if we just want to execute our tests without actually opening the web browser and the website or the web application? In this blog, we will see how we can do that using Headless browser testing in selenium using Continue Reading

UI Testing with Karate

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi there, This blog aims to throw some insight on an incredible framework for UI testing i.e Karate UI. That’s right, it is Karate. In this blog, we will explore the capabilities that Karate offers in the field of UI testing. Let’s first know what Karate really is. What is Karate DSL? To define Karate DSL, in simple words, we can say that it is Continue Reading

Karate Vs. Selenium

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi there, This blog aims to throw some light on the comparison between Karate UI testing framework like Selenium. In this blog, we will try to explore both the frameworks and the shortcoming that we may or may not face while doing some hands-on work on these. Why Karate? Karate is a relatively new open source framework for testing Web services. Even though Karate is Continue Reading

Writing First Test with cypress

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello everyone, In some of our previous posts we have discussed what is cypress? How to setup cypress? How cypress is different from selenium? Today we will discuss how to write the test cases with cypress to automated an e-commerce use case. Writing your first test with cypress In our first test we will implement the following use case: Visit an e-commerce site https://www.amazon.in/ Search for Continue Reading