Is there a framework that you use?

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  • selenium-pom-framework

    A simple Selenium framework offering externalised configuration, good selection of libraries for supporting test data, simple WebDriver browser binary resolution and an opinionated approach for WebDriver test design.

    Is there a working framework that you use in your daily work? I've written my little framework (Java,TestNG). Simple singleton with a bunch of services (Actions, Robot, Waiters etc). And then I've found this and this. I've tried examples. Google search in both cases. Understood nothing. Read some docs. Didn't benefit. But these guys are right, selenium webdriver is just a webdriver. You have to write a decent amount of wrapper code. I mean. We have a lot of great frameworks almost in any given field, but when it comes to testing there is no "out of the box" running fw. Hell. You can get a fully-running web-site in a day using Laravel or Spring Boot.

  • Selenide

    Concise UI Tests with Java!

    Is there a working framework that you use in your daily work? I've written my little framework (Java,TestNG). Simple singleton with a bunch of services (Actions, Robot, Waiters etc). And then I've found this and this. I've tried examples. Google search in both cases. Understood nothing. Read some docs. Didn't benefit. But these guys are right, selenium webdriver is just a webdriver. You have to write a decent amount of wrapper code. I mean. We have a lot of great frameworks almost in any given field, but when it comes to testing there is no "out of the box" running fw. Hell. You can get a fully-running web-site in a day using Laravel or Spring Boot.

  • Sonar

    Write Clean Java Code. Always.. Sonar helps you commit clean code every time. With over 600 unique rules to find Java bugs, code smells & vulnerabilities, Sonar finds the issues while you focus on the work.

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