How Selenium is different from QTP?

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How Selenium testing tool is different from QTP (Quick Test Professional)?
May 7 in Selenium by Richa
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Hey Richa, Selenium is different from QTP in following aspects:

  • Browser Compatibility: Selenium supports almost all the popular browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Opera etc. While QTP supports only Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. 
  • Platform Compatibility: Selenium is supported on Windows, MacOS, Linux etc, while QTP supports only WIndows OS.
  • Distribution: Selenium is distributed as an open source tool and is freely available. On the other hand, QTP is distributed as a licensed tool and is commercialized.
  • Language Support: Selenium supports multiple programming languages like Java, C#, Ruby, Python, Perl etc. While QTP works only with VB Script.
  • Target Testing Applications: Selenium supports only web-applications testing, while QTP supports web as well as windows applications testing.
answered May 7 by Pratibha
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