The Need for Selenium
Selenium is arguably the biggest player in test automation. No other rival tools have successfully defeated Selenium’s popularity. A lot of software and non-software organizations are using Selenium to automate their web applications.
For many software development enterprises, Angular seems to be one of the most preferable web development frameworks to develop single-page application. This kind of application is a bit different as compared with the traditional multi-page application where you might see less or even no page reloading when surfing from page to page. Moreover, Angular also provides a lot of eye-catching customized web controls and powerful features to simplify the steps of making modern design, fast response and scalable web application. Continue reading
This blog post is part of a series specialized in Selenium. Although it’s highly recommended that you read the articles in the predefined order, you can still jump to the parts that most interest you.
In Part 1, we’ll focus on the high-level architecture of the framework. If you’re more interested in the core components of the framework, jump to Part 2. On the other hand, Part 3 will discuss the utilities that we can to increase productivity. Continue reading