Why do you need QTP Selenium ?Category: General, QTP Selenium Training Posted:Oct 20, 2014 By: admin
Software Testing Industry has evolved over the years; it has gone to Automated testing from manual testing. Testing is an integral part of SDLC. Testing helps to find bugs in the application. Manual Testing involves manually testing each and every parameter. Whereas automated testing involves tools for testing. Currently a new tool for Quality Test Professional has been developed by Jason Huggins. This is Selenium, which is an open source testing tool. Selenium IDE does not require special programming language; it supports only range of applications. It uses Selenese language which is domain specific cross platform language. The language uses accessors, actions and assertions. Selenium supports data driven testing. It integrates easily with quality control tools.
The testing with the help of selenium is easy and document object model. Selenium has lots of plug-ins associated like web application, VB object and ActiveX controls. Selenium supports many programming languages like java, python, Ruby, PHP and C #. It is very easy to install and understand. It supports all operating system. It has the feature of multitasking where numerous tasks can be run simultaneously. It is an excellent tool to build test scripts. Selenium has its own tracker to track issues and various bugs. With the help of selenium we can select vast range of IDEs. It has great flexibility and extensibility. It uses proprietary tools for unmatched performance.
Hence Selenium is currently developing in the market and it’s a great career option. Various companies are using this tool and showing support to this tool. At ZaranTech LLC. exclusive training is provided for QTP selenium. The course curriculum includes assignments, Live sessions, quizzes, case studies, practical demo session. Hence the student gets acquainted with the tool and its application. To view the details of the course you may visit the website http://www.zarantech.com/course-list/selenium. Call 515-309-2098 or email firstname.lastname@example.org