Selenium Training – Web Automation Workshop

Course 3163

  • Duration: 4 days
  • Language: English
  • Level: Intermediate

This mid- to advanced-level workshop is designed to teach automation testers and developers the functionality of Selenium and how to begin the process of building an automated framework. This workshop is offered as a series of hands-on “projects” that require participants to understand, design, and implement components of an automated testing framework.

This is a mid- to advanced-level workshop for automation testers and developers

A background in programming (e.g. Java) and/or scripting and understanding of basic Selenium features.

Selenium Training – Web Automation Workshop Delivery Methods

  • Training focused on real-world examples
  • 50% of class time is dedicated to hands-on labs
  • Refresher Guarantee offers a complimentary re-take within 4 months

Selenium Training – Web Automation Workshop Course Benefits

Install and configure the necessary components needed to run Selenium successfullyIdentify and inspect objects and attributes on a variety of browsersDevelop reusable functions as part of creating a Selenium automated frameworkEnhance and maintain a Selenium framework

Selenium Training – Web Automation Workshop Course Outline

  • Overview of Selenium
    • Selenium Intro - why and how it was created
    • What's new with Selenium 3
    • Selenium IDE
      • Exporting pre-recorded test scenario in IDE to WebDriver, and executing it
    • Selenium Standalone- talk about server and libs
      • Locators in Selenium
    • Reporting
    • Continuous Integration
      • The Selenium Grid
      • Jenkins Continuous Integration
      • GitHub
  • Overview of Java - Setup
    • Eclipse
    • Java
  • Overview Framework Design
    • Keyword Driven
    • Page Object Model (POM)
  • Overview of WebDriver
    • Working with other drivers (OperaDriver, FirefoxDriver, ChromeDriver, IE Driver, etc.)
  • Understanding Desired Capabilities
    • Chrome Specific
    • IE Specific
    • Firefox Specific
    • Safari Specific
    • Object Structure
    • Proxy JSON Objects
  • Installations
    • Eclipse
    • Selenium Standalone
    • Selenium IDE
    • Java
  • Overview of Selenium IDE
  • Introduction of Selenese Command Types
  • Firebug for Firefox Browser
  • Locators in Selenium
  • Introduction of Web Technologies (Locators and Identifiers) – HTML, XML, XPath, CSS and DOM
  • Framework Examples - begin development
    • Keyword Driven
    • Page Object Model (POM)
  • Selenium with Java and TestNG
    • Configuring Build Path
    • Setting up TestNG in Eclipse
    • Understanding TestNG annotation and test case flow
    • Fundamentals of Java for Webdriver programming
      • Numerical Data Type and Numerical Operators
      • Boolean Data Type and Operators
      • Conditional Statements [IF], and [While] Loops
      • Conditional Statement [SWITCH]
      • Loop [FOR]
      • String Data type and functions
      • Command Line Parameters
      • Arrays
      • Object Oriented Programing Concepts
    • Error Handling
  • Reporting
  • Framework Example - Continue development
    • Keyword Driven
    • Page Object Model (POM)
  • Working with Test Cases
    • Automating HTML Elements text fields, buttons, links, check box, drop-down etc.
    • Including verifications and assertions into test case
    • Parameterizing values for test cases
    • Selenium Action Commands
    • Handling Web Table
    • Handling Drop Down elements
  • The Selenium Grid
    • Executing the same test on multiple browsers
  • Framework Example - Continue development
    • Keyword Driven
    • Page Object Model (POM)
  • Selenium for Mobile Web Testing
    • iOS
    • Android
    • Sub-classing elements as Mobile Elements
  • Maven Packaging, Management, and distribution
  • Jenkins Continuous Integration
  • GitHub
  • Extensive framework development (class participant exercise)
    • Additional test case development
    • How to maintain a framework when the application changes
  • Open topics (recap anything that needs more explanation)
  • Test environment configuration day
    • Participants will be given an application and test plan. They will be asked to set up the test framework and produce a report of their execution.
    • This will test their ability to create a suite from beginning to end and allow them to walk away from the classroom with a complete Selenium proof of concept environment.
    • Ideally this will include Selenium, POM or Keyword framework, Selenium Grid, GitHub, Jenkins, and exercising Continuous Integration.

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