History of QTP selenium

History-of-QTP-seleniumSelenium computerizes programs. Selenium is an Open Source and mix of programming devices which is utilized as a part of robotization testing of web applications crosswise over distinctive programs and stages.

Selenium is a situated of diverse programming instruments each with an alternate way to deal with supporting test robotization. The name Selenium originates from a joke made by Jason Huggins in an email, deriding a contender named Mercury, taking so as to say that you can cure mercury harming selenium supplements. Since Selenium is a surely understood antitoxin for Mercury harming, Jason proposed that name. His colleagues took it, thus that is the means by which we got the chance to ring this structure to the present.

It comprises of 4 parts: –

• Selenium IDE( Integrated Development Environment)

• Selenium RC( Remote Control)

• WebDriver

• Selenium Grid

Selenium was developed in 2004, by Jason Huggins, while testing an inside application (Time and Expenses (T&E) framework) at Thought Works. With a specific end goal to maintain a strategic distance from the regular manual testing on diverse programs, he made a JavaScript library to emulate client activities .This JavaScript library initially called “Selenium” however later alluded to as “Selenium Core” which underlies all the usefulness of Selenium Remote Control (RC) and Selenium IDE.

Selenium center accompanies impediment that being composed in immaculate JavaScript, its beginning configuration obliged engineers to host Core and their tests on the same server as the application under test (AUT) with a specific end goal to maintain a strategic distance from program’s security arrangements and the JavaScript sandbox.

Selenium Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is the most straightforward system in the Selenium suite and is the least demanding one to learn. It is a Firefox plugin that you can introduce as effectively as you can with different plugins.

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