Test sharding is a technique in software testing where a large test suite is divided into smaller subsets, or "shards", which are then executed in parallel. It's often used in conjunction with other techniques such as test automation and continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD). Test sharding can be achieved using various tools and techniques, including parallel test runners, parallel test execution, and parallel test environments. It's commonly used in conjunction with other testing tools such as Selenium or Puppeteer. Test sharding is also used for web scraping, web crawling, and other tasks that require interacting with web pages programmatically.


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