Setting up a project in Eclipse with Maven and TestNG using Java

Selenium WebDriver is a library that helps you automate browsers. However, much more is needed when using it for testing and building a test framework or automating browsers for non-testing purposes. You will need an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) or a code editor to create a new Java project and add Selenium WebDriver and other dependencies in order to build a testing framework.

In the Java development community, Eclipse is a widely-used IDE, as well as IntelliJ IDEA and NetBeans. Eclipse provides a feature-rich environment for Selenium WebDriver test-development.

Along with Eclipse, Apache Maven provides support for managing the life cycle of a test project. Maven ...

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