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Anyone familiar with using test automation frameworks for testing web applications?

Got some issues in creating the conceptual framework and questionnaire. Is there someone who can help me in this regard.

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behoyh-4031 answered

Some successful approaches I've seen involve a test pyramid.



  • End-To-End Tests

  • Acceptance Tests

  • Integration Tests

  • Unit Tests

To answer your question, you could use a web driver like Selenium, which you can plug into another testing framework like xunit. You'll probably need a base class to get Selenium bootstrapped and from there you should be able to run through end-to-end scenarios through Selenium's WebDriver.

Sources


[1]: https://martinfowler.com/tags/testing.html

[2]: https://www.seleniumhq.org/







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