When it comes to testing technologies, we are spoilt for choice. Over the last decade, Adappt’s testing team have used them all, with each useful in different ways. Below are a list of the technologies used and a brief description of each. Many are designed to be used in combination with each other, but there are a few that are ‘all encompassing’ solutions too.
In essence, regardless of the choice of platforms, we perform the same tasks and work with the same principles, as the vast majority are based on xPath and JS automation.
We tend to favour OpenSource testing tools, supported with selective use of premium tools, to deliver a combinations that provides the optimal environment and efficiencies for test developers to work at the highest velocities.
Typically, QA team in full flow, with a smooth and well implemented codebase, will be able to create eight or more automated tests per day.
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What Is Selenium?
In 2005 the Selenium Remote Control (RC) – also called Selenium 1.0 was developed by Dan Fabulich and Nelson Sproul.
In 2006 the Selenium IDE was created by Shinya Kasatani and donated to the Selenium project.
In 2007 The Selenium Webdriver (Selenium 2) was created.
In 2008 The Selenium Grid was created.
In 2016 Selenium 3 was released.
In 2021 Selenium 4 was released.