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Headless Browser Testing Clarified

Headless Browser Testing is mostly unnecessary.

This article is one of the “IT Terminology Clarified” series.

Headless Browser Testing is a way of running browser tests without the UI (head, a term from Unix). Let’s have a look at a Selenium test execution in headless mode as well as a normal mode for comparison.

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Zhimin Zhan

Zhimin Zhan

Test automation & CT coach, author, speaker and award-winning software developer. Help teams succeed with Agile/DevOps by implementing real Continuous Testing.

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