Impact of unit testing in web automation testing

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The main intent of performing Software testing is to see that the software system is working as per the user’s requirements. Unit testing is done at the individual unit or at the components level. The main objective of this testing is to validate and ensure that each unit is performing its required function effectively. In case of automated testing, in recent days, many testing tools are available which help developers to perform unit testing in a simpler manner. This paper shows how automated unit testing is performed using different testing tools like JUnit, Selenium with web driver Java and Selenium with python. Regarding the experimental work, different applications were tested with the automated tools and results have been discussed with its code. To ensure reliability on web testing, the application has to be tested with the most suitable test case. With Selenium web driver concept, various User Interfaces are identified with xpath and CSS concept and test scripts ensure that various inputs are navigated between User Interface elements. The Automated software testing process reduces time and makes it more accurate.




Chandrasekaran, G., Neethidevan, V., & Murugachandravel, J. (2019). Impact of unit testing in web automation testing. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(3), 1011–1013.

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