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Selenium Java

This Selenium Java blog will provide you with the concepts of Selenium. It includes all the topics of Selenium such as an introduction to Selenium, and why it is used. You will also learn some of the components of Selenium i.e Selenium IDE, Selenium RC, Selenium Web Driver, and Selenium Grid, compare in the market with which language you must look forward, including the installation processes with Java, and so on.

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What is Selenium?

What is Selenium?

Selenium is an easily transported or relocated framework that gives a basic structure around which we will add our code for the best functionality of the system. Also for testing different types of web applications that can be accessed through different browsers.

Including mobile applications that we install on our mobile through play store like Amazon, Whatsapp, etc. Moreover, desktop-based applications that we install in the local systems like MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.

Components of Selenium

Components of Selenium

We have the different components of Selenium, which are mentioned here in the following:-

Selenium IDE means it’s an Integrated Development Environment.

Selenium RC means Selenium Remote Control.

Check out our blog on the Features of Selenium!

Why Selenium?

There are various important reasons why we can consider using Selenium and we discussed them in the following:

Preparing for your interview on Selenium? Check out our blog on Top Selenium Interview Questions and Answers to ace your interview!!

Why prefer Selenium Java

People are confused about whether they should go with Selenium Java or any other languages. So, we have some significant facts that will help you clear your doubts and will make you think about why to prefer Selenium Java.

Let’s look at some of the points in the following:

Do you want to become a professional in the field of Selenium!! We recommend you enroll in our Selenium Certification training program.

Installation Processes to use Selenium with Java

If you are about to start your Selenium automated testing journey. The first phase is to install and configure Selenium on your system. This Selenium Java blog will help you through the complete process. You will also know how to configure a Java project to operate Selenium.

The installation procedure is given in the following:

Start with the installation of the Java Development Kit (JDK), which includes JRE (Java Runtime Environment) which is used to write and run the code in Java.

You can download JDK from any of the platforms given here:

> Oracle JDK
> Open JDK

After the installation is completed, you have to set the environment variables.

 The steps are as below:

You must create a new environment variable and copy the same JDK path. If it says “CLASSPATH” already exists, edit it.

Install the Eclipse IDE

//Please check out ” Previous Releases ” for working with Selenium 3 or older versions.

In the final step, if you are installing/downloading this on your local system, it is mandatory to have its respective browser driver.

You can download the drivers for the browsers of your choice.


I hope you found this Selenium Java article interesting and I think it will enable you to learn more about Selenium.

In today’s generation Automation Testing plays an important role in solving test cases and bugs. If you want to explore the field of automation testing or want to become QA then congratulations, you are going in the right direction!

Drop any of your queries in our Selenium Community and start a discussion.

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