07, Jul, 2019

SELENIUM

Selenium is a new generation automation testing tool to automate web based application/Mobile application.It is also the core technology in countless other browser automation tools, APIs and frameworks.In the current competitive world, manual testing is getting obsolete, because of the time to market hence companies looking for technical professionals who can handle Automation efficiently which result in cost reduction.It’s open source tool, evolving day by day with the help of automation experts. Hence tool has a bright future in long run.

 

 

 

What is selenium testing?

–          Selenium is a new generation automation testing tool to automate web based application/Mobile application.

–          It is also the core technology in countless other browser automation tools, APIs and frameworks.

Who should Learn selenium

–          Manual testers/developers/Quality analyst/White box testers/UI Testers

–          Engineers working on any other automation tool

–          Fresheres/College Graduates

–          Anyone who want to shift their career in the automation world.

Prerequisites

–          Your learning attitude

–          Course start from very basic things i.e. Manual testing, Installations of different software, Core Java, selenium, framework, advanced framework concepts

Our plus points 

–          You can repeat the missed session in the next batch

–          Institute trainers are open to support over whatsapp, phone, mail even after the completion of the course.

Why selenium as career path.

–          In the current competitive world, manual testing is getting obsolete, because of the time to market hence companies looking for technical professionals who can handle Automation efficiently which result in cost reduction.

–          It’s open source tool, evolving day by day with the help of automation experts. Hence tool has a bright future in long run.

Basics of Manual Testing

  1. Introduction
  2. Types of Testing
  3. Development life cycle
  4. Testing life cycle
  5. Bug life cycle
  6. Different development models
    1. Water fall
    2. Agile

Core Java

  1. Introduction
  2. Java programming Keywords
  3. Oops concepts
    1. Abstraction
    2. Polymorphism
    3. Encapsulation
    4. Inheritance
    5. Method overloading & Method overriding
  4. Literals
  5. Data types
  6. Local and global variables
  7. Classes & objects
  8. Access specifies
  9. Creating & Importing packages
  10. Exception Handling
  11. Interface
  12. Collection Framework
    1. ArrayList
    2. LinkList
    3. HashMap
    4. HashSet
    5. TreeSet

Automation need

  1. Why
  2. When
  3. How

Eclipse

  1. Configuring Eclipse
  2. Write & compile Java programs
  3. Debug java code
  4. Run Java code
  5. Write and Execute sample java programs

TestNG

  1. Introduction
  2. Configuring TestNG
  3. Annotations
  4. Composing tests
  5. Assertions
  6. Generating reports
  7. Trouble shooting

Basics of Selenium

  1. Introduction
  2. Why selenium
  3. Selenium Vs Other automation tool (QTP)
  4. Selenium components
    1. Selenium Core
    2. Selenium IDE
    3. Selenium RC (1.0)
    4. Selenium Webdriver (3.0)
    5. Selenium Grid

Selenium IDE

  1. Introduction
  2. IDE features
  3. Installing & configuring IDE
  4. Inspecting elements in IDE
  5. Recording and playback the scripts
  6. Building test cases
  7. Running test cases
  8. Debugging

Selenium Webdriver (3.0)

  1. Introduction
  2. Configuring Webdriver with Eclipse
  3. Create project
  4. Create and run tests
  5. Executing tests on multiple browsers Debugging tests
    1. IE
    2. Firefox
    3. Chrome
  6. Using locators (Id, Class, Name, xpath, css etc)
  7. Choosing locating Strategies
  8. Handling Security popups / Alerts / Dialog boxes
  9. Error Handling
  10. Working with various Web Elements
    1. Buttons
    2. Input boxes
    3. List
    4. Links
    5. Radio buttons
    6. Check boxes
    7. Comboboxes /dropdowns

Advanced Selenium Webdriver

  1. Complex xpath construction(relative xpath, xpath for tables)
  2. Attachment using native window
  3. Handling iFrame/Frame
  4. File Upload/Download
  5. Screenshots
  6. UI Mapping/Object Map
  7. Data Handling
  8. Parameterization
  9. Waits in Selenium
    1. Implicit wait
    2. Explicit wait.
  10. Automating Web Table and creating generic library.
  11. Action Class

Selenium Grid

  1. Hub and node concepts
  2. Configuration of selenium Grid
  3. Executing test using Selenium Grid and TestNG

Automation Framework

  1. What is Automation Framework?
  2. Data Driven Framework
  3. Keyword Driven Framework
  4. Hybrid Framework
  5. Page Object Model
  6. Reading the data from external files (Excel)
  7. Executing test in parallel using Selenium and TestNG
  8. Hands on experience
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