Making Sense of Selenium - When to Use it, When Not to Use it
In the past two decades, the software testing industry has been flooded with open source frameworks, including a few at the top such as Selenium that has popularized its adoption. Gartner has recognized that QA teams are increasingly using open source tools and frameworks, and even created an Open source-based testing acceleration use case to highlight the importance of the tools.
QA managers are increasingly asking themselves if they should be leveraging open source tools and validating commercial tools against free, community-based open source options. Although the technical functionality may address the same user needs, it is important to understand the differences between open source and commercial tooling and the advantages and use cases where both can be leveraged to optimize an organization’s testing team’s talent, test approach, and tooling.
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- How to maximize value from open source testing frameworks
- The key differences between open source and commercial tools
- Live sample test scenarios run on both Selenium and TestLeft
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