Blog Posts

12 MIN READ // Aug 12, 2021
An MVP is a releasable version of a product that supports minimal yet must-have features. An MVP helps enterprises to learn how their ideas can benefit users.
5 MIN READ // Sep 1, 2021
In this blog post, we will discuss one of the most anticipated feature of Selenium 4 - APIs for Chrome DevTools Protocol, which provides a much greater control over the browser…
3 MIN READ // Aug 29, 2021
Opening an URL in a new window or new tab is one of the features provided by Selenium 4. In Selenium 3, we can achieve this by performing switch operation using the WindowHandle…
3 MIN READ // Aug 26, 2021
While working on Site Studio developers mostly work on the site-building part instead of writing code in the CSS or JS files. However, at times, there are cases where you can’t…
3 MIN READ // Aug 23, 2021
While performing automation testing using Selenium, we often need to capture screenshots of the webpage or a particular web element. In Selenium 4, we can take a screenshot at the…
8 MIN READ // Aug 12, 2021
Lean UX helps companies minimize this hassle of refinement and rework. Lean UX enables developers to create a product that is actually useful for the end customer and has a great…
10 MIN READ // Aug 12, 2021
Mobile app testing ensures that the apps get tested for functionality, consistency, and usability. In this blog post, we will be exploring all vital factors that should be checked…
// Aug 10, 2021
Selenium 4 beta comes along with a lot of new features and functionalities. In this blog, we will be exploring Selenium 4’s feature known as Relative Locators (formerly known as…
4 Minutes // Aug 7, 2021
The wrong choice of typefaces, fonts, hierarchy, and flow etcetera don’t let the users complete the task, or even if they do, it's a “bad user experience". Designing accessible…
5 MIN READ // Aug 3, 2021
This blog will show how we can make use of the leaflet maps to show the route between a source and a destination. For achieving this we will be using the Leaflet Routing Machine…