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Automated Web Testing with Selenium WebDriver – Test Automation Series

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Description

Automated Web Testing with Selenium WebDriver is a hands-on web testing course, essential for experienced web developers and test engineers who need to verify web applications using automation.  This course introduces the student to the concepts and techniques of testing Web Application with the Selenium, Java and JUnit.  This hands-on class focuses on practical skills and best practices to ensure the student learns the ins and outs of Web Application testing with Selenium WebDriver.

Selenium provides mechanisms for interacting with web pages through browsers, including locating and interacting with specific features within a web interface. A tool such as Selenium IDE or Katalon can be used to perform the testing in a relatively manual fashion. Selenium also comes with WebDriver, which provides a programmatic interface (API) for controlling and managing Selenium tests and interactions.

WebDriver provides a mechanism for capturing and repeating tests with a web interface. To use WebDriver, developers must work with a programming language such as Java to control and manage the testing. This course focuses on using WebDriver and Java to control and manage the Selenium tests. To participate in the hands-on labs, incoming students should have familiarity with basic Java syntax. Students without basic Java background are welcome to follow along with the labs and cut and paste code or lab solutions as needed.

Outline

Session: Selenium Basics

Lesson: Introduction to Selenium

  • Selenium Concepts and Terminology
  • Manual Testing using Selenium and the Katalon Recorder
  • Automated Testing using Selenium WebDriver
  • Lab: Running the Web Application
  • Lab: Analyzing the Web Application

Session: Testing with Java and Selenium WebDriver

Lesson: JUnit5 for Selenium

  • Aspects of JUnit that are relevant for Selenium testing
  • Understand the basics of testing with JUnit constructs
  • Working with Java and JUnit for managing and running tests
  • Demo: JUnit
  • Lab: Reapply JUnit
  • Walkthrough: Using JUnit with Selenium

Lesson: Selenium WebDriver

  • Working with WebDriver in Java
  • Finding Spots on Web Pages
  • Working with different browsers
  • Built-In Locators
  • Lab: Creating and Running a WebDriver Test
  • Lab: Testing with Other Browsers
  • Lab: Working with WebDriver Locators
  • Lab: Adding WebDriver Tests

Lesson: WebDriver Deep Dive

  • WebDriver Commands for working with forms
  • Working with complex form components
  • Taking screenshots
  • Working with alerts
  • Lab: Testing Forms using WebDriver
  • Lab: Screenshots

Lesson: Advanced WebDriver

  • Use WebDriver to work with windows, tabs and iframes
  • Utilize Actions class for mouse and keyboard actions
  • Testing file uploads and downloads
  • Testing AJAX elements
  • Waiting for events to happen
  • Feeding data sets into a testing sequence
  • Lab: Testing Wait Styles

Session: Selenium Practices and Processes

Lesson: Selenium Best Practices

  • Preparation
  • Managing Names
  • Multiple Browser Testing
  • High Quality Tests and Test Plans
  • Using Whitespace
  • Efficient Operations
  • Establish Selenium Standards

Lesson: Testing Strategies and Patterns

  • Types of web application tests
  • Strategies for locating elements
  • Wrapping Selenium calls
  • User interface maps
  • Lab: Using Delayed Exceptions
  • Lab: Automated Running of Multiple Test Cases

Session: Next Steps with Selenium

Lesson: Page Object Model (POM)

  • Need for POM
  • What is POM
  • Implementing POM    
  • Using Object Repositories
  • Page Factory
  • Lab: Building Page Object Models
  • Lab: Build an Object Repository
  • Lab: Using the Page Factory
  • Lab: Testing the Bank Web Application

Lesson: Introduction to Selenium Grid

  • Need for Selenium Grid             
  • Architecture of Selenium Grid
  • Remote WebDriver Workflow; Hub, Node            
  • Setting up Selenium Grid          
  • Using DesiredCapabilities Object

Lesson: Introduction to Selenium Frameworks

  • Automation Framework Basics
  • Data Driven Framework
  • Keyword Driven Framework
  • Hybrid Framework

PreRequisites

This is an introductory -level Selenium course, designed for experienced web developers that are familiar with Java, who wish to get up and running on testing web applications.  Ideally students should have approximately 6 months to a year of web development working knowledge.

NOTE: For some of the labs, attendees should have some familiarity with basic Java syntax prior to attending this class. Basic Java fundamentals are NOT covered this course.  For attendees light on Java skills, code may be copied and pasted to complete those exercises.

Audience

This is an introductory -level Selenium course, designed for experienced web developers that are familiar with Java, who wish to get up and running on testing web applications.  Ideally students should have approximately 6 months to a year of web development working knowledge.

$1995.00

3 Days Course

Class Dates

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