Testing a website in a single browser using automation script is a clean and simple way to accelerate your testing. With a single click, you can test your website for all possible errors without manually clicking and navigating to web pages. It’s a modern marvel of software ingenuity that saves hours of manual time and accelerates productivity. However, for all this magic to happen, you would need to build your automation script first.
In a previous post, we focused on setting up a complete test suite environment for running selenium scripts. But that script had a major drawback. That setup was focused on testing on only a single browser. Cross-browser compatibility testing is a major pain point for all testers and it’s also a major test case for all functionality testing cycles.