Automated testing is an integral aspect of modern software development as it saves time, improves software quality, faster development cycles, and increases confidence in a software release.
As the software needs to expand, so does the software testing need, and in most cases, numerous sets of inputs are required to ensure the functionality of the code written executes as it should.
In a case like this, testing every unit of the software in bits does not do the magic; therefore, there is a need for parameterized testing.
Parameterized testing is a software testing technique in which the same test case runs multiple input data sets. Each input data here is referred to as a parameterized test case. In this tutorial, we will perform parameterization testing using Pytest and Selenium.