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How does selenium testing tool works?

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Selenium is an open-source tool for software testing. Selenium is a suite of tools and portable software testing framework that supports automated web application testing across many platforms. Selenium is a web-based automation tool. There are many browsers which are being supported by Selenium. Primarily Selenium was developed in JavaScript and browser technologies and hence supports all the major browsers on all the platforms. 

Selenium also provides a record/playback tool for authoring tests without learning a test scripting language. These tests can be written as HTML tables or coded in a number of popular programming languages and can be run directly in most modern web browsers. Selenium can be deployed every operating system such as Windows, Linux, and Macintosh. Selenium has bindings for many different languages (including Java, Python, Perl, C# and PHP). By using Selenium you can create a suite of tests which can run tests in multiple browsers (including IE, Opera, Firefox and Safari).

There are many browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari, and Sea monkey which are being supported by selenium. There are many programming languages which are being supported by Selenium which are C# (DotNet), Java, Perl, Ruby, Python, and PHP. If you want to learn Selenium you must take up the following Selenium Training Course. For your reference, I am mentioning a video tutorial for you which you must watch to learn more.


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