Can Selenium Automation really save businesses from an online breakdown?

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There are instances where you try to key in a Web page address and encounter an HTTP error. This could probably be a typo error while entering the website address, but most of the times it is an error with the website. Google has identified the top 5 most common HTTP errors – Error 500, Error 404, Error 403, Error 400, and Error 401. The hit list has been created using Google’s search statistics, where the idea is to find out the most common errors that are searched by users for solutions on the search engine.
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Leveraging Selenium Grid in Public/Private Cloud

Leveraging Selenium Grid in Public/Private Cloud

Selenium-Grid is a method of testing using Selenium that enables simultaneous testing on different devices running different operating systems and browsers; basically a number of machines running multiple tests in parallel. Selenium Grid has two versions at the moment – Grid 1 and Grid 2 – but the newer Grid 2 is now more widely used. It has been designed to follow a hub and node fashion, where a single device known as the hub runs the test, and the nodes are constituted of various other machines that do the execution. Selenium-Grid supports distributed test execution.
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Challenges and Solutions in Managing Selenium Test Automation Projects

Challenges and Solutions in Managing Selenium Test Automation Projects

Selenium is a well-known open source testing tool, which provides a robust set of tools that supports rapid development of test automation for web-based applications. It provides a vast set of testing functions designed to fit the needs of testing web applications. Operations in Selenium allow many options for locating UI elements and methods to compare expected test results with actual real-world application behavior. It also supports almost all web browsers to run test cases and also supports many different programming languages to help create or modify test scripts. Languages such as: Java, Ruby, PHP, .Net, C#, Perl, etc.
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How to Succeed with Selenium: Open Source Test Automation Tool

How to Succeed with Selenium Open Source Test Automation Tool?

In software development, it is a common practice to adopt test automation, once the software completes the stable phase of manual testing. Every organization thinks of automated testing as a way to cut down manual testing costs. The cost of testing is significant for any software project and organizations are keen to invest in open source testing tools than expensive commercial testing suites. There are varieties of open source testing tools available online, but this blog explores factors to succeed with the open source web automation tool – Selenium.
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