Fetching resolution of screens using Selenium code

Author - Varun Chopra
24.04.2019
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How to fetch resolution of screens using Selenium code

For Gui testing aspects java.awt.Dimension and java.awt. Toolkit packages are used to get the screen resolutions whereas the Dimension object stores the result. Inbuilt methods of Dimension class are used to get different aspects of the screen size such as width, height and resolution in pixels which are displayed as double values in the output.

Program below illustrates how to get the screen resolution.

import java.awt.Dimension;
import java.awt.Toolkit;

public class DetectScreenResolutionBySelenium {

public static void main(String[] args)
{
DetectScreenResolutionBySelenium detectResolution = new       DetectScreenResolutionBySelenium();	//creating object of this class
     	detectResolution.displayScreenResolution(); //calling non-static method using object
  }
  
  public void  displayScreenResolution(){
      Dimension screenSize = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getScreenSize(); //get the dimension of screen
      System.out.println("Screen Width Resolution: " + screenSize.getWidth());
      System.out.println("Screen Height Resolution: " + screenSize.getHeight());
      int screenResolution = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getScreenResolution(); //get the resolution

      System.out.println("Screen resolution is : "+screenResolution);
  }
}


Output:

Screen Width Resolution: 1366.0
Screen Height Resolution: 768.0
Screen resolution is : 96

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