Automation Testing With Selenium
Make your tests from flakey to Robust
What is Selenium?
Selenium supports multiple programming languages, allowing users to write automation scripts in their preferred language. This flexibility enables teams to work with the language they are most comfortable with.
Selenium Testing Services
Techsearch as a software company, offers a range of Selenium services to assist clients with automated web testing and quality assurance. Here are some Selenium services that Techsearch could potentially provide.
Selenium Test Automation Strategy:
Techsearch can work with clients to define a Selenium test automation strategy tailored to their specific needs. This involves assessing the application, identifying test cases suitable for automation, and selecting the appropriate Selenium tools and frameworks..
Selenium Test Automation Framework Development:
Developing a robust and maintainable test automation framework is crucial. Techsearch can design and build customized Selenium automation frameworks that suit the client's technology stack, testing goals, and scalability requirements.
Test Script Development:
Techsearch can ensure that clients' web applications are compatible with various browsers and versions by creating Selenium scripts that execute tests across multiple browsers, such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge.
Why Selenium Testing?
What are the advantages of Selenium over other tools?
Integration with CI/CD Pipelines
Selenium can be seamlessly integrated into Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipelines. Test can run automatically with each code change.
Supports Multiple Languages
Selenium tests execute quickly, providing faster feedback to development teams. This accelerates the development and release process by identifying issues.
Selenium is an open-source tool, which means it is freely available and has a large community of users. It lowers the cost of test automation.
Cross-Browser Compatibility Testing
Selenium allows you to run tests on various web browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and more.
Selenium Grid enables parallel test execution across multiple machines and browsers simultaneously. This speeds up test execution and reduces the overall time.