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Remote interactive testing & debugging.
Test responsive layout & renderings.
Run Selenium & Appium in the cloud.
Create an automated script with a few clicks.
Looking to get started with Selenium?
This toolkit will give you a good understanding of how it works. And a few ways in which CrossBrowserTesting can help beyond that.
It's an open source framework for automated testing of web applications. But It's more than just a free testing tool.
Selenium can do nearly anything a real user can, only faster. Which is what makes it great for testing.
No coding? No problem. CrossBrowerTesting can create tests faster than ever with Record & Replay.
The traditional way to run automated tests with virtual machines. While useful, it still requires significant maintenance as your coverage expands.
Swap out your Selenium Grid with CrossBrowserTesting. It seamlessly expands your test coverage and maintenance while we do the heavy lifting.
Then take your pick. Selenium works with all of them. If just getting started, we recommend Python, as it reads like English and is easier to understand. Read more on that here.
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Ruby Docs ›
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Start with the right foundation. Since Selenium takes time to learn, CrossBrowserTesting gives you the building blocks to get started with its Capabilities Configurator.
Looking for an easy way to automate repetitive manual tasks?
Record & Replay Offers:
This is only the tip of the iceberg. The following webinars will give you a good overall understanding of what Selenum can do, and maybe even address some specific issues.
Beyond video, we've got other ways to access the information you may be looking for. These cover topics that may come up as you dive deeper into Selenium.
What is the difference between a Selenium grid and CrossBrowserTesting?
Selenium is open source right, why would we need to buy CrossBrowserTesting?
What languages are supported with Selenium?
Which language is the easiest to get started with?
What’s the best way to set up tests to run within a build pipeline using Jenkins?
Does Selenium have the ability to open two webpages at the same time?
Is it recommended to use find element by xpath always?
So, find_element_by_id is the best function?
For AngularJS based applications, do you have any specific built in functionality?
How well does protractor work with just regular Angular?