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Selenium Tester
Foundation Level

Want to take your testing skills to the next level?

This certification is for anyone who wants to validate and demonstrate skills in using

Selenium Test Driver in test automation.

 

This course is ideal for automators and those who want to learn automation using the Selenium WebDriver toolset. While this course is accessible to anyone wanting to acquire a basic, hands-on knowledge of Selenium, the main audiences are:

  • People with no test automation experience who are starting to automate in Selenium (or who want to get a job doing that)
     

  • People with some GUI test automation experience who are new to Selenium or starting to automate in Selenium
    (or who want to get a job doing that)
     

  • People with some non-GUI test automation experience who are new to Selenium and starting to automate in Selenium
    (or who want to get a job doing that)

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the test automation basics.

  • Understand the Internet technologies for Test Automation of Web Applications.

  • Use Selenium WebDriver.

  • Prepare Maintainable test scripts

Who Should Attend

  • Developers

  • Testers

  • Product Managers

  • Tool Managers
     

Prerequisites

  • Candidates should have a general knowledge of basic programming and some knowledge of Python.

 

Duration: 3 days

Detailed Syllabus

Chapter 1 - Test Automation Basics

  • Test Automation Overview

  • Manual vs. Automated Tests

  • Success Factors

  • Risks and Benefits of Selenium WebDriver

  • Selenium WebDriver in Test Automation Architecture

  • Purpose for Metrics Collection in Automation

  • The Selenium Toolset

Chapter 2 - Internet Technologies for Test Automation of Web Applications

  • Understanding HTML and XML

  • XPath and Searching HTML Documents

  • CSS Locators

Chapter 3 - Using Selenium WebDriver

  • Logging and Reporting Mechanisms

  • Navigate to Different URLs

  1. Starting a test automation session

  2. Navigating and refreshing pages

  3. Closing the browser

  • Change the Window Context

  • Capture Screenshots of Web Pages

  • Locate GUI Elements

  1. Introduction

  2. HTML Methods

  3. XPath Methods

  4. CSS Selector Methods

  5. Locating Via Expected Conditions

  • Get the state of GUI elements

  • Interact with UI elements using WebDriver

  1. Introduction

  2. Manipulating Text Fields

  3. Clicking on WebElements

  4. Manipulating Checkboxes

  5. Manipulating Dropdown Controls

  6. Working with Modal Dialogs

  • Interact with user prompts in web browsers using WebDriver commands commands

Chapter 4 - Preparing Maintainable Test Scripts

  • Maintainability of Test Scripts

  • Wait Mechanisms

  • Page Objects

  • Keyword Driven Testing

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