Browser automation is the process of controlling a web browser using a program or script. It's often used in web testing to automate repetitive tasks such as filling out forms, clicking buttons, and navigating between pages. Browser automation can be achieved using various tools and techniques, including browser extensions, browser APIs, and third-party libraries. It's commonly used in conjunction with other testing tools such as Selenium or Puppeteer. Browser automation is also used for web scraping, web crawling, and other tasks that require interacting with web pages programmatically.
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