What are the differences between Selenium and Quick Test Professional (QTP)?

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What are the differences between Selenium and Quick Test Professional (QTP)?
Jul 5 in Selenium by Siddhant
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Hello Siddhant, some of the major differences between Selenium and QTP are:

  • Selenium is an open source tool which can be used freely, while QTP is a licensed tool owned by HP. You need to purchase a license to use QTP.

  • Selenium supports different browsers like Chrome, IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera etc, on the other hand QTP supports IE & Firefox only.

  • Selenium tests could be written in multiple languages such as Java, Ruby, C# and Python, but QTP supports only VB script.

  • Selenium is platform independent thus can be used in Windows, Linux and MacOS, while QTP Supports Windows Platform only.

  • Selenium can only automate web-based applications, on the other hand QTP can test desktop-based, mainframe applications.

answered Jul 7 by Pratibha

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