Nov. 16, 2023, 9:18 p.m. | Paulo Oliveira

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Traditional browsers with GUIs consume a lot of system resources when at scale. Also, it requires a visible window to render web pages, which can slow down test execution and limit scalability. Headless browsers eliminate the need for a GUI by running in the background without a visible interface. This solves the problem of resource-intensive testing, allowing for more efficient test execution and improved scalability.

Also, another important limitation of test automation is running tests on different platforms and environments. …

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