What is Page Object Model in Selenium WebDriver?

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I wanted to understand what is POM in Selenium WebDriver, what is its use and how to use it in Selenium WebDriver?
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If you want to learn about Selenium POM, you can refer to the below video:


I hope it will be helpful
answered Jun 14, 2018 by Meci Matt
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