Introduction to the Selenium IDE

Selenium is an automated web application testing utility that runs your tests directly in a web browser. Selenium uses JavaScript and Iframes to embed a test automation engine in your browser. The engine uses JavaScript that you can write by hand, but the makers of Selenium, OpenOQ.org, have also created an IDE extension for Firefox that make writing your tests much easier. If you would like to try out Selenium and the Selenium IDE, you should check out this tutorial (complete with screencasts) that will get you up and running in no time at all! The tagline here is “Selenium automates browsers”–that sounds pretty good doesn’t it?

2 thoughts on “Introduction to the Selenium IDE

  1. In Selenium,
    I want to test the Combo box and verify the data present in that particular combo box.
    So how to test it exactly

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