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Selenium is a popular automation testing framework that is primarily used for cross browser testing. It is open source and is ideal for automating testing of web applications across different browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Edge. Selenium has become a renowned framework and is giving stiff competition to other test frameworks such as HP QTP (Quick Test Professional) and AKA HP UFT (Unified Functional Testing). This tutorial for Selenium WebDriver will help you develop a basic understanding of the components of the Selenium suite, the Selenium WebDriver architecture and will show you how to run automation to test a website for cross browser compatibility using Selenium WebDriver for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.
Selenium is a combination of different tools and each tool plays a critical role in automating web testing. Let’s dive into the WebDriver tutorial.
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