Selenium is used for cross-browser testing and for web-browser test automation. To use this tool, the testers must have advanced programming skills for writing complex and advanced test scripts. These skills are required to build automation frameworks and libraries for specific testing needs. Selenium is an open source tool that is commonly used by developers and testers who are well versed with programming languages such as Java, C#, Perl, Python, Scala, Groovy, PHP & Ruby.
Selenium is equipped with a powerful Selenium WebDriver which allows you to create browser-based regression automation suites and tests. One of the key advantages of this tool is that it allows you to scale and distribute scripts across many environments.
You can LambdaTest which is a Cross Browser Testing Cloud to perform Automated and Live Interactive Cross Browser Testing on 2000+ Real Browsers and Operating Systems online.
With LambdaTest, you can perform Real-time Cross Browser compatibility testing of your website. You can choose from a wide range of updated Android and iOS mobile devices from latest to oldest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Yandex. This live-interactive testing will help you deliver an error-free software, as you perform your test to check the intended functionality of features on your website as an end user in real-time. Design your test cases and feel free to run them through LambdaTest's Real Time Testing.
Automated Screenshot testing will help you in capturing bulk screenshots through different desktops and mobile devices running on various OS in a single go! It is facilitated by instrumented UI test cases to help you realize how seamlessly your web app renders through different screen sizes using different browsers. At LambdaTest, you can capture up to 25 screenshots of different configurations of browsers and OS in a single session. You can choose from a wide range of latest to oldest browser versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer & Opera. You also get to test on different operating systems Windows, MacOS, Android and iOS.