The Page Object Model (POM) is a design pattern for creating object-oriented test automation frameworks. It's a popular approach for organizing and maintaining automated tests, especially in web applications. The POM is based on the concept of "pages", which are objects representing different parts of the application's user interface. Each page contains methods for interacting with the elements on that page, such as clicking buttons or filling out forms. The POM also defines a set of "page objects", which are objects representing the different pages in the application. These page objects contain methods for navigating between pages and accessing the elements on those pages. The POM is often used in conjunction with other design patterns such as the Page Factory and the Page Object Factory.
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