Summary: If you’re a highly skilled programmer wanting to automate web applications, and you love to spend time writing test scripts, Selenium is probably a good test automation tool for you. However, if that is not the case but you’d still like to be able to automate web applications with everything that Selenium offers, you’ve come to the right place.
In this factsheet, you will find information that will help you speed up the testing process by using codeless Selenium.
Pros and cons of Selenium testing
How to significantly increase efficiency and reduce maintenance
Benefits of codeless test automation
Automating has become almost synonymous with programming. This means testers end up spending more time on setting up the automation, and they risk making lots more mistakes in the process. However, it doesn’t have to be like that.