If you have come here looking for information about the chemical element named Selenium, with the atomic number 34 and atomic mass of 78.96, represented by the chemical symbol Se, you have perhaps come to the wrong place!
Or perhaps not!
What’s wrong after all — your moorings notwithstanding — in getting to know a little about probably the best open-source testing tool for automated testing of Websites today?
Selenium is one of the most well-known open-source testing frameworks in the world that is in use today for automated testing of web applications. Selenium Testing’s increasing popularity is illustrated by the below trend data (courtesy: Google):
“Selenium is probably the best option for automated testing of Websites today. It is becoming increasingly popular and it is the first choice of automation testers as well as organizations for automating the testing of Web-based applications for both the GUI as well as the functionality.” (Selenium - Open Source Test Automation: An Overview)
SeleniumHQ, the official website of Selenium, introduces Selenium thus:
Selenium is a suite of tools to automate web app testing across many platforms. Selenium…
In the future posts of this blog, we will ride the exciting Selenium wave and analyze its various dimensions from different perspectives. Till next time, ciao!