The Essential Selenium WebDriver with Java course to help you write your first test in under 1 hour
What you will learn
☑ Build beautiful tests using Selenium WebDriver
☑ Understand how to use XPath and CSS to locate web elements
☑ Learn about the page object pattern
☑ Learn some of the most important automation best practices
☑ Understand how to use JUnit for testing the most downloaded Java library
☑ Learn about Intelli J, the most popular Java IDE
☑ Master element manipulation such as click, drag and so on
Welcome to an Introductory course in Selenium WebDriver with Java, the only course you need to quickly get up and running with Selenium WebDriver.
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Now includes a module on the most important automation patterns and anti-patterns.
At 5+ hours, this Selenium WebDriver with Java course is guaranteed to have you running your first Selenium test in under 1 hr.
The course is a taught by the world’s leading instructor at test automation. Training over 100,000 people in-person and online.
The course has been updated to be 2020 ready and you’ll be learning the latest tools and technologies used at the world’s leading test automation organizations such as Sauce Labs
We’ve taught over 100,000 students how to code and many have gone on to change their lives by becoming professional test automation engineers
We’ll take you step-by-step through engaging video tutorials and teach you everything you need to know to get introduced to Selenium WebDriver with Java.
Throughout this carefully-engineered course, we cover a the world’s leading tools and technologies, including:
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Q: What operating system should I have?
A: The course is presented for Windows and Mac OS users.
Q: Do I need to install other programs for this course?
A: Yes, you will need to install Java, IntelliJ and Maven on your computer.
Q: Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
Basic understanding of Java programming
- A PC running Windows 10 Professional or Mac OS
- Chrome browser
- Familiar with web pages
- Software testing knowledge
- All software we’ll be using is free to download and install
Q: Do I need to purchase any additional licenses to be able to use all the demonstrated tools?
A: No, all the tools you will be using during this course are free
Q: Do I need previous programming knowledge ?
A: Basic Java knowledge is advisable to understand all the concepts, but the course will explain everything in a comprehensible way for beginners as well. The course also contains a section for Java basics.
Q: How long do I have to complete it?
A: Once you purchased the course, you will have lifetime access to it and any updates we will add to the course.
Q: Do I receive anything after I complete a course?
A: Yes, a completion certificate is issued once you have gone over all the lectures.
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Q: What if I don’t get results, do you have a refund policy?
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Introduction to Page Objects in Test Automation
What to do when you run into errors
Introduction and question
How many functional tests can you run per day
How can we handle automation in an evolving world
Learning why Record & Replay test automation is not effective
Introduction to next section and tools used
Recording automation test using Selenium Builder
Understanding the layout of the solution and the recorded test
Changing the remote webdriver to firefox driver
Understanding why the test failed a 2nd time
Finally getting the recorded test to run
What are the problems with recorded functional tests v2
Conclusions regarding recorded tests
What can we do to fix the problems with recorded functional tests
Learning the pitfalls of Keyword Driven test automation
Introduction to Keyword Driven Testing
What can change about the Keyword Driven Framework
advantages and disadvantages of keyword driven tests
Transition into Page Object Pattern
Page Object Pattern
introduction to the page object pattern
advantages and disadvantages of the page object pattern
first look at a functional test using the page object model
understanding BaseTest and CoursesPage
Page objects look similar
Description of the 2nd test
Wiring up the 2nd test in code
How to implement the UserInteractionsCoursePage
Implementing the IsAt method
Running the 2nd automation test
Making Page Objects Even Better
What will be covered in the next section
Quiz-What about our page objects is WET
Quiz Answer to why our page objects are WET
How to add a BasePage class to our page objects
Introduction to Single Responsibility Principle
Further understanding SRP
Analyzing the new CoursesPage
Analysis of ObjectRepository implimentation
Implemention ObjectRepo for StudentDashboard
Fixing the StudentLoginPage
Fixing final page and executing functional tests
Introduction to section regarding dealing with large web pages
Understanding why having a complex HTML page is a problem
Writing the first functional test for the large page
Implementing the functionality of the first test
Executing the first test with complex page
Coding out the 2nd complex page test
Debugging the 2nd complex test
Learning how to evaluate elements at run time
Quiz on everything we learned
Explaining the solution to the quiz
Executing the solution to the quiz
Explaining the possible problems that we will run into with our page object
How do you clean up large page objects
Cleaning up large page objects example 2
Quiz on how to clean up large page objects
Quiz answer to large page objects