A pragmatic approach to QA and OPS


Installing Selenium is very simple. Yeah it really is. You can just use a few clicks and you’re done. That is what’s so good about it. You only have to add the .jar files in your projects and voila, you are all set and done to use Selenium.

Since I have worked on both Windows and Linux platforms, so I know there are quite a few differences while installing Selenium, or any IDE, in particular on both platforms. So I have done a comprehensive post about both the platforms separately.

Click here if you want to know how we install Eclipse IDE in Windows 7, and then add Selenium to a project.

If you’re using Linux, particularly Ubuntu, then go ahead and click here to see Eclipse IDE can be installed on your system and how to add Selenium to your project.

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