What is browser-based testing
Test web interfaces automatically with Selenium
Call up the website, fill out the form, click on the button, check whether the correct text is displayed. Testing web applications is easy, but stupid. A developer has to repeat these three steps after every change to the source code, just like numerous other processes. Even with tiny bug fixes, he should definitely not save himself this work, because every change could have side effects that he overlooks. There is no way around automatic tests so that the developer still has time to develop.
Selenium allows exactly such automatic tests of web GUIs. The framework controls the browser like a human would. That means, it clicks on links and buttons, fills out text fields or selects entries from lists. If the browser shows its surface, you can even watch the computer operating the website as if by magic.
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