ITView - Leading Selenium training institute in wakad,pune

Course Overview

Selenium automates browsers. That's it! What you do with that power is entirely up to you. Primarily, it is for automating web applications for testing purposes, but is certainly not limited to just that. Boring web-based administration tasks can (and should!) be automated as well. Selenium has the support of some of the largest browser vendors who have taken (or are taking) steps to make Selenium a native part of their browser. It is also the core technology in countless other browser automation tools, APIs and frameworks.
Selenium supports a variety of programming languages through the use of drivers specific to each language.Languages supported by Selenium include C#, Java, Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby.Currently, Selenium Web driver is most popular with Java and C#. Selenium test scripts can be coded in any of the supported programming languages and can be run directly in most modern web browsers. Browsers supported by Selenium include Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari.

Course Outline

Duration : 8-9 weekends
Sessions :
                    Weekends - 2 per week
Prerequisites :
  • Manual testing and Core Java knowledge is a must.

Course Curriculum

  • What is Automation testing?
  • Drawbacks of Manual Testing
  • Advantage and disadvantage of Automation testing
  • What test cases can be automated?
  • What test cases cannot be automated?
  • Things to be done before automation testing
  • Types of Automation Tools
  • Selenium IDE
  • Selenium-RC
  • Selenium WebDriver
  • Selenium-Grid
  • Introduction to Selenium IDE
  • Installing Selenium IDE
  • Selenium IDE icons
  • Create and Execute Basic Scripts o Recording Tests
  • Running a Test
  • Selenium Concepts
  • Element Locators
  • Selenium Commands Actions
  • Asserts
  • Accessors
  • Pattern Matches
  • Element Locators
  • Locating elements by ID
  • Locating elements by name
  • Locating elements by link text
  • Locating elements by XPath
  • Locating Elements by using CSS
  • Summary
  • Useful Selenium Tools
  • Firebug for Firefox & Chrome
  • Firepath for xpath generation
  • IE developer tool bar
  • TestSuite
  • What is Test suite?
  • Creating Test Suite Using Selenium IDE
  • Selenium IDE Overview
  • Selenium IDE General Options
  • Selenium Menu Items
  • Format
  • Introduction To Core Java
  • Environment variable configuration
  • What is oops?
  • What is a class and object?
  • What is a main method?
  • Basic Example
  • Datatypes
  • variables
  • Operators Arrays Conditions If If-else If –else –If Nested If Select Case Looping Conditions For – Next Do – loop While –loop For Each loop Branching statements Break Statement Return Statement Continue statement
  • Java Built in methods String Methods Math object methods Date & time methods Oops Concepts Introduction Class Object Keywords This Key Word
  • Inheritance Super Key Word Polymorphism (Over Loading & Over Riding) Abstraction Constructors Encapsulation Abstract Classes Static
  • Interfaces Working with regular expressions Working with files Working with Files and I/O Working with Excel files Working with Property files Java Exceptions
  • WebDriver Introduction
  • What is WebDriver?
  • Why WebDriver?
  • Difference between WebDriver and Selenium RC
  • Architecture of selenium WebDriver
  • Configuring WebDriver in Eclipse
  • Downloading WebDriver Jars and configuring in eclipse
  • WebDriver Drivers introduction
  • HTML Driver
  • Firefox (OR) GeckoDriver
  • IE (OR) Microsoft Edge Driver
  • Chrome Driver
  • Working with IE Driver
  • Downloading IE driver Server
  • Configuring IE Driver Server
  • Basic Example on IE Browser
  • Working with Chrome Driver Downloading Chrome driver Server
  • Configuring Chrome Driver Server
  • Basic Example on Chrome Browser
  • Concept of firefox profile
  • What is Firefox profile
  • Why we need firefox Profile
  • Basic WebDriver Example
  • WebDriver Concepts
  • WebDriver Locators
  • Locating elements by ID
  • Locating elements by Class
  • Locating elements by Tag
  • Locating elements by Name
  • Locating elements by Link Text
  • Locating elements by Partial Link Text
  • Locating elements by XPath
  • Locating Elements by using CSS
  • Working with web page elements using WebDriver
  • Textbox Links Buttons Check Box Radio Button List Box Drop Down
  • Selenium-WebDriver API Commands and Operations
  • Driver commands like
  • get(“URL”);
  • getTitle();
  • getWindowHandle();
  • getWindowHandles();
  • close(); Quit(); ..etc. Child element commands like clear(); sendKeys(“Data”); click(); getAttribute(“arg”); getTagName(); getText(); isDisplayed(); isEnabled(); isSelected(); ….etc.
  • >WebDriver all other commands.
  • WebDriver Advanced Concepts
  • Importing WebDriver documentation in eclipse
  • WebDriver DesiredCapabilities Class
  • Proxy settings with WebDriver/Working with proxy Servers
  • HTMLUnit driver and desired capabilities
  • Handling Links with WebDriver
  • Handling WebList
  • Dynamic objects
  • Extracting links and other web-elements
  • Capturing screenshots with WebDriver
  • Window handles
  • Tabbed browsing with WebDriver
  • Example of Tabbed browsing
  • Pop up handling in Selenium
  • Example of Pop up handling
  • Introducing Implicit wait and Explicit wait commands
  • WebDriverWait Class
  • Simulating the Keyboard Keypress event
  • Simulating Pressing Enter Button of Keyboard
  • Simulating ClickAndHold event
  • Simulating MoveToElement/Mouse Over event
  • Simulating Double click event etc.
  • Simulating Drag and Drop event
  • Working withWebTable
  • How to get row count
  • How to get data from specific cell
  • Dynamic WebTable Handling
  • Attaching files with Selenium
  • Working with Calender using Selenium
  • Setting the page load timeout- WebDriver, Timeout Interface
  • Handling Frames in Web Page
  • Handling cookies
  • Simulating front and back button click on
  • Listeners- Using WebDriverEventListener
  • Moving a mouse on a Object and right clicking on it
  • Finding Coordinates of a Web Object
  • Remote WebDriver
  • Introduction to TestNG
  • Difference between Junit and TestNG
  • Why TestNG
  • InstallingTestNG in Eclipse
  • Advantages of TestNG over Junit
  • Exploring TestNG Features
  • TestNG annotations
  • How to Use TestNG Annotations for Selenium programming.
  • TestNG Annotations Complete Usage and Limitations
  • TestNG Assert commands
  • Automate tests using TestNG.
  • xml file for suite.
  • How to create testSuite for selenium tests.
  • TestNG Execution Report
  • TestNG Results output folder walkthrough
  • TestNG Reporting features
  • Installing Auto IT
  • Auto IT Overview
  • Why Auto IT?
  • AutoIT components
  • AutoIT commands
  • Auto IT Script Examples
  • Compiling Auto IT scripts
  • Write Auto IT programs in Eclipse
  • What is Automation Framework
  • Advantages of automation framework
  • Types of automation framework
  • Modular Driven Framework
  • Data Driven Framework
  • Hybrid driven framework
  • When to use files?
  • Create files in Python
  • Different file modes for reading, writing ,appending
  • os modules for various functions
  • Remove and rename a file
  • Create directories and sub directories
  • Current directory mode /remove directories
  • Read an .xlsx files
  • What is modular driven framework
  • Create reusable code as methods
  • Create test scripts by importing methods
  • What is parameterization?
  • Types of parameterization
  • Parameterization using Excel
  • Parameterization using Property files.
  • Random number parameterization
  • What is Hybrid Driven Framework
  • Hybrid Driven Framework Implementation
  • Create Config files
  • Create Locators
  • Create libraries files
  • Create application methods
  • Create Global variables
  • Create Test scripts using TestNG Annotations
  • Create Test Suite using TestNG XML files
  • Generate Reports
  • Create Builds using Maven
  • What is Selenium Grid?
  • Use of Selenium Grid?
  • When to Use It
  • Selenium-Grid 2.0
  • Difference between Selenium-Grid 1.0 and Selenium and 2.0
  • How Selenium-Grid Works–With a Hub and Nodes
  • Installation
  • Starting Selenium-Grid
  • Configuring Selenium-Grid
  • Hub Configuration
  • Node Configuration
  • Getting Command-Line Help
  • Common Errors
  • Troubleshooting
  • Executing tests using Selenium- Grid
  • Introduction
  • How Selenium RC Works
  • Installation
  • From Selenese to a Program
  • Programming Your Test
  • Learning the API
  • Reporting Results
  • Adding Some Spice to Your Tests
  • Server Options
  • Specifying the Path to a Specific Browser
  • Selenium RC Architecture
  • What is Maven
  • Difference between ANT and Maven
  • Why Maven
  • Maven installation
  • Maven run commands
  • POM XML
  • Maven dependencies
  • All plugins installationsCreate builds using Maven
  • Introduction to Jenkins
  • How to integrate Selenium and Jenkins
  • Introduction About Framework
  • What is feasibility study
  • Tool Selection criteria
  • What is POC
  • Hybrid frame work creation
  • Automate Test Cases
  • Name Conventions
  • Local Scope Variables
  • Global Scope Variables
  • Constants variables
  • General methods
  • Object Repository Files
  • Application methods
  • Coding and Commenting Code
  • Test Scripts Creation
  • Test Suite Creation.

Course Includes

Selenium
Projects

Selenium Assignment

SeleniumCertificate
(courseCompletion)

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