We learnt a lot in this chapter about how we can set up Selenium Grid and all the different arguments needed as well as running our tests against the grid.
Specifically, we covered:
- Starting the Selenium Grid Hub: In this section of the book we had a look at how we can start up the Selenium Grid Hub that is the central point for Selenium Grid.
- Setting up Selenium Grid Nodes: We had a look at all the arguments that are needed to add a Selenium server to the grid so that we can use it. This gives us a more manageable view of our grid so that we can work with it.
- Running tests in parallel: In this section we learnt how we can run our tests in parallel. We also had a look at how we can cycle through different browsers using the
@Parameter annotation. ...