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Test-Driven Java Development - Second Edition by Viktor Farcic, Alex Garcia

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Web-testing frameworks

The application classes and data sources have been tested throughout this chapter, but there is still something missing; the most common user entry point—the web. Most enterprise applications such as intranets or corporate sites are accessed using a browser. For this reason, testing the web provides significant value, helping us to make sure that it is doing what it is expected to do.

Furthermore, companies are investing a lot of time performing long and heavy manual tests every time the application changes. This is a big waste of time since a lot of those tests can be automatized and executed without supervision, using tools such as Selenium or Selenide.

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