Selenium HQ Primary Use Case
We basically use Selenium for smoke testing and regression testing. We don't use it much for functional testing because you can easily and manually use a bunch of tests and make them a Zephyr. We use Zephyr as our test case management tool, which is a kind of a plugin for JIRA. So, we create our test cases in Zephyr, and then they are tagged to be automated. After that, we put them into our regression suite. Each team has its own independent regression suite. Currently, my team has a couple hundred, but I know some teams have 500 or 600 in their suite. We also have a suite of smoke tests that we run through Selenium.
All the code is on-prem. We're currently just running the tests through the Jenkins pipeline, but we want to be able to run them in parallel in the cloud and a lot quicker. We are not quite there yet.
Currently I am doing mobile application automation with Appium and Selenium, as well as front-end application automation with tools like WAVE for mobile and desktop applications. The only area that I'm not involved in at present is API testing, though I am hoping there will be opportunities to get to that as well in the future.
We typically use Selenium and Appium in automation and testing by first identifying which modules we are able to automate. Then, whenever we encounter some new course in the framework that we're using, and we need to use a hybrid kind of framework, we will use Selenium to resolve it.
Senior Project Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
In my current project, we are working with an online pharmacy system, and for this system we maintain prescription details for patients. For example, patient names and other details such as where the patients live, what medications they need, and other types of information for various scenarios.
Then there is information for the doctors, such as what prescriptions there are in the system, and from which doctors they have been prescribed. These are the types of scenarios and test cases that we are automating with Selenium.
Specifically, I have been using Eggplant Functional and the Java Selenium pack, and Selenium WebDriver is the driver we use for developing the automation and scripts for the different test cases we use. This is our main testing tool for the online pharmacy system project and it is deployed on the cloud on a virtual machine because we are working from home now.
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Director Technology at Simplify 3x
We work for a client who does HRM solutions. They wanted us to develop their scripts using Selenium HQ. Typically, we develop UI, API and database scripts. These are the three combinations we have used for them. So their test cases are typically where we initially do some operations on the various applications they have. Then, once the operation is done, we initiate a few API calls and then we validate the data in the database. This whole process of trying to enter into, listen into, and close is done using Selenium HQ. This is what we are doing. We have close to 8,000 test cases in the last three years.View full review »
Software engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Depending upon the functionality, I use Selenium to prepare the scenarios I'm doing. I start by writing automation scripts in Java. From there, we execute the scripts if there are any changes in the product. Then we upgrade this overnight along with Jenkins to make sure our application is running as expected. They feature continuous deployment and continuous integration with the help of our teams, so our product will be applied to more users once it's adequately tested.
We are still testing Selenium HQ.
The client is based in the U.S. They process the code checking, and we work on the script.
When we get storage or requirements for manual testing, we begin the automation once it is stabilized.View full review »
In my company, I use the tool for testing web browsers.
We basically use the product for two things. The first is for testing for a website. The other thing is for repeating actions so that you can repeat the same action over and over with ease and without having to repeat the original steps.View full review »
We don't directly use Selenium. We have built a wrapper around Selenium so other teams can consume it.
We are using version 4.0.1. We run it on a Microsoft public cloud in the CI/CD server.
There are around four teams which are currently using this solution, and we have a target of having around 10 teams.View full review »
I have led regression testing projects involving CRM, employee registration, and eCommerce. In each of these test cases, we have used the automation tool which has brought us benefits in time savings, shortening schedules, or recovering lost time - all of this leading to money savings.
It's very useful when there are constant changes in the back-end. If the changes are constant in the source end it is not a good idea to use it. It is very important to previously evaluate the use of the tool depending on the characteristics.View full review »
I'm using Selenium for low-budget projects, small projects, and mostly medium projects. I don't use it for anything on a large scale because it has some limitations. I'm also restricted by the level of knowledge and technicality of the people I can find on the market.
The solution can be deployed on-premise or on a private cloud. We mostly do on-premise installations. We always use the latest version.View full review »
We employ the version of the solution with the most ease of use, based on a search we conducted five or six years back. We now have a new client who likes the approach we used with a different one. We have a script to download the latest version, integrate it with the regression suite and then run it. Our current and previous clients equally approve of this approach. We make certain to utilize the latest version even when conducting tests during the development stage, as we find it easy to work with.View full review »
Associate QA Manager at Xcel Serv Solution
We primarily use the solution as a functional testing tool.View full review »
Systems Analyst at a computer software company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are using Selenium for web application automation and mobile automation.View full review »
Software Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The bank uses Selenium HQ for web application automation. We write functions in Java with the TestNG framework. Working with a reusable library, we develop classes for the login, homepage, and remaining components. Once you create everything for the web application, we run scripts in Jenkins overnight, and then come back to our framework if there are issues. Finally, we use Eclipse to debug the code.View full review »
The primary use case is web automation.
It has an extension available called Appiam that we use for our mobile automation.View full review »
We have a lot of information that we are putting on different websites and social media platforms because we need to inform our social network users about what we are doing, what we are planning to do, and what was done. Sometimes, it's information which is the same, or it's the same on different websites, in different web software, and so on. I am using Selenium mostly for this purpose.View full review »
I'm the company's managing director and we are customers of Selenium.View full review »
Quality and Testing Services Leader at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
We primarily use the solution for automating a solution on the web and automating testing.View full review »
I mainly use Selenium for web applications.View full review »
We are using a framework for Selenium HQ, which is behavior-driven. We have some features, such as login features. We write in normal English and the steps are converted into programming. We have one more feature in step definition, which connects both the feature file and step definition. In step definition, we write the program.
Selenium HQ is used by our organization to automate test scripts for our applications as well as to automate or regression tests carried out during software development.View full review »
Project Director at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
We are using SeleniumHQ for automating the test scripts.View full review »
Automation Test Lead at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We are using Selenium HQ as a plugin within Visual studio and we develop in C#. We use the Visual Studio IDE and Selenium is our solution for automation testing.View full review »
QMS Lead at a pharma/biotech company with 11-50 employees
My company started using Selenium HQ two years ago for unit testing. We were trying to evaluate the record and playback features. We are basically outsourcing this function, and we're charged for every developed feature and testing. So, we thought that we could test it ourselves using the record and playback feature. We were navigating our web application records in a macro and tried to reproduce that later. But for some reason, it's not the best solution for us.View full review »
We use Selenium HQ for automation and API integration.View full review »
Senior Test Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The system is SaaS, and we use it for web-based regression tests that are being done locally at an in-home office or in the company office.
We are using selenium in our organization for Unit Testing, Smoke Testing, Sanity Testing and Regression Testing.View full review »
Developer / Team Lead at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
We use it for test automation. We are also using Cypress for some of our automated tests. We've tried Selenium a little bit, but it depends on the project we are doing.View full review »