Selenium Testing

Selenium Testing

Selenium is a lightweight framework for web application software testing. Without having to learn a test scripting language, Selenium offers a record/playback tool for creating tests (Selenium IDE). Moreover, it offers a test domain-specific language that may be used to create tests in a variety of well-known programming languages, such as Java, C#, Groovy, Perl, PHP, Python, and Ruby. The tests can then be executed on the majority of current web browsers. On Windows, Linux, and Macintosh platforms, Selenium can be deployed.



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  • Introduction to Selenium
  • Comparison with other tools
  • Components of Selenium
  • What is Selenium IDE
  • Installing IDE
  • Record and playback
  • Converting selenium script into other languages
  • Selenese Commands
  • Limitations of IDE Debugging in IDE
  • Batch testing in IDE
  • Default Timeout
  • User Extensions
  • Introduction to Java
  • Installing JDK
  • Configuring Eclipse IDE
  • Creating Java Project
  • Sample Java Program
  • Classes and Objects
  • Downloading Selenium server jar
  • Configuring Selenium into the Java Project
  • Conditional Statements in Java
  • Loops in Java
  • Arrays in Java
  • Array List in Java
  • Methods in Java
  • Utility Functions in Java
  • Local and Global variables in Java
  • Static and Instance Variables in Java
  • Hash Set in Java
  • Method Overloading in Java
  • Constructors in Java.
  • Inheritance in Java
  • Packages in Java.
  • Browser Launching Automation
  • Working on
    1. Firefox
    2. Safari
    3. Chrome
    4. Opera
    5. IE
  • Firebug and Fire path
  • Login functionality test
  • Locators in Webdriver
  • Methods in Webdriver
  • Firefox Profiles
  • Making webdriver launch a customized instance of Firefox
  • Basic HTML notations
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