Hiya folks! Bring out the testing ninja that is hiding within you as today we are going to set up the environment for JUnit framework.
Jumping right in:
Go to, http://junit.org/junit4/ and click on ‘Download and Install’ link.
What if you can only automate your tests in one browser using Selenium, i.e. Firefox but your web application supports Chrome and IE as well? This implies that testing is required on all three browsers! If this is the case, then Selenium is as useful as sticking your head in sand.
Oh, don’t panic! Our ruling champ, WebDriver is here for our rescue. And this is our topic for the day. Let’s dive in!
Hiya everyone! Time to grab a cup of Java, I mean coffee ;)
Without further ado, let’s get started with our first test script in WebDriver. Under the same project that we created from our previous post (where WebDriver JAR files are added), I have created a new package named, ‘com.blog.tests’.
Welcome to our first explore-along post of WebDriver series. It is recommended that you follow closely and work along to make the set up process all the more simple!