Parallel Execution on Multiple Browsers
Developers must create web applications and sites that are compatible with various browsers and versions; otherwise, they will not function properly on all browsers. Our customers frequently require us to run tests on multiple browsers and platforms at the same time.
Parallel testing is a technique for leveraging automation testing capabilities by allowing the same tests to be run concurrently in multiple environments, real device combinations, and browser configurations. The overarching goal of parallel testing is to reduce time and resource constraints.
TestGrid, as a professional cross-browser compatibility testing solution, has almost every feature you could want in a tool of its kind.
Let’s go over how to execute parallel testing on multiple browsers.
- Login credentials.
Steps for Parallel Execution on Multiple Browsers
Follow the steps below to execute the test cases on multiple browsers parallelly.
Step 1: Log in to your TestGrid account with valid credentials.
- Once logged in, click the Add Test Application button on the left side of the panel.
- You will see the Add Test Application Window appear. Enter the name of your test application, and then click the Save button.
Note: If you already have a test application, you can select test runs or Codeless+AI, then click on test case writer.
- After clicking on Test Runs, you will see your application name. Select the desired application, and then you will see the ‘Test Case Writer’ option. Click on Test Case Writer.
Step 2: Select test cases for execution, then click the run button.
Step 3: Enter your website’s URL and click on the “Next” button.
Step 4: Select multiple browsers from the Browsers menu, then click Run Test.
- It will begin compiling and merging elements with the selected test cases to create a script file. The script file will then be uploaded automatically.
Step 5: View Results
- You can view the selected test cases, logs, and results of the executed test cases on chosen browsers.
- You can easily switch between browser tabs to see the results on each.
- On completion, select “Build Summary” on the left pane to view the final results.
- You can review the logs to determine the cause of failed test cases and view screenshots of the test steps.
As simple as that! Happy Testing