Selenium WebDriver – Software QA Automation Testing with Java

Learn to write Automated Testing With Selenium WebDriver

Pre-requisites – This is a hands on course designed for Web and Test Engineer who are new to Selenium.

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  • Online live classroom available
  • Quality learning materials
  • Small Class Sizes
  • State of the Art Facility
  • Free Retakes
  • Instructor Led Classroom training
  • Certified Industry Experienced Teachers
  • 100% Job Placement assistance

If want to kick-start your career in the IT field or you want to grow from being a manual tester to becoming an automation tester. Automated testing is the way forward. It is faster than manual testing, and you can easily rerun your tests at no extra cost. There are several challenges when writing automated tests for web applications: selecting an adequate test framework, using appropriate selectors to avoid flaky tests, and building a good testing framework. With this Course, you’ll learn how to use Selenium to efficiently test your own applications. This Course also walks you through these challenges and provides you with the knowledge to overcome hurdles in testing by developing stable and effective testing solutions. You will learn the complete process of automated testing, such as configuring your environment, creating and running automated tests, analyzing reports, and troubleshooting errors by using a Selenium Grid.

Selenium is an open source tool, which means anybody can use it for free. Any organization can use Selenium to test their website or web application, and even independent programmers can learn and practice automation testing using Selenium WebDriver. The problem with other testing tools are that, they are either licensed tools, or their functionality is not as good as Selenium. HP’s QTP, IBM’s RFT, TestComplete, Ranorex are all proprietary (licensed) tools.Feature-wise, Selenium is the clear winner when compared to the others, no second thoughts! For designing test cases in Selenium, you have the flexibility to design it either via programming logic or by record and playback approach. If you do not have the technical knowledge to script WebDriver code, you can use IDE to record your tests and export the programming logic to an equivalent programming language of your choice. Selenium WebDriver can be used to write your logic using programming languages (which happens most of the time) or you can use Selenium IDE to record your tests and export it later into a programming language of your choice to execute as a WebDriver test.

  • Software Testing and QA would be beneficial but not mandatory.
  • Basic programming skills

After completing this course, you will be able to:

    1. Get an overview of Software QA testing, Basics of Java Programming, Selenium Web Driver
    2. Identify what to automate in a project and configure the environment
    3. Learn to control browser behavior and manipulate web page elements
    4. Understand the nuances of writing tests and creating test suites
    5. Create UI tests with Selenium WebDriver and analyze test results
    6. Troubleshoot errors in automation and build out meaningful reporting

We’ll begin this Course by understanding the importance of software QA testing, automating tests, basics of Java programming, and Selenium Web Driver. We will learn how to choose good selectors for navigating through your web application while highlighting best practices and techniques.

After writing your first tests, you will go through the object model to help create your advanced test cases. You will learn how to analyze a test report, track timing errors, and separate real issues from “flaky” tests. You will also learn how to configure and connect to a local grid, a network grid, and a third-party service. By the end of the Course, you will have the skills you need to run automated tests on your own web application.

Most innovative companies such as SauceLabs, BrowserStack, Microsoft, Amazon, Adobe, Google have built products based on Selenium to offer more value to clients, thus there is a huge demand for Selenium testing professionals in the job market. Out of the best scanning and sleuthing software testing tools, Selenium has a growing market share of 18.1% of 3000 technology products that proves its sustainability in the market. A Selenium Testing professional with Selenese, test-domain specific language knowledge can write tests in a number of popular programming languages such as Java, C#, Groovy, Perl, PHP, Python, and Ruby.

Part 1: Fundamentals Software Testing

  • What is testing?
  • Define testing
  • Why testing
  • What is software testing?

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

  • What is SDLC?
  • What are the different roles in SDLC?

Levels of Testing

  • Unit testing
  • Integration testing
  • System testing
  • User Acceptance testing

Type of Testing

  • Different ways of defining testing
  • What is Functional testing
  • What Non-functional testing
  • Regression testing and it’s importance
  • White box testing and techniques
  • Black box testing and techniques

Test Cases

  • What is test case
  • Type of test cases
  • Prioritization of test cases
  • Building test cases and test data
  • ‘V’ Test Model

Defect Management

  • What is defect?
  • What are characteristics of defects
  • Defect lifecycle
  • Defect tracking
  • Defect tracking tool

Quality Analysis (QA) and Quality Control (QC)

  • What is QA?
  • What is QC?
  • Difference between QA and QC
  • Techniques for QA and QC

Special Tests

  • Performance testing
  • Security testing
  • Usability testing
  • Compatibility testing
  • Smoke testing
  • Adhoc testing
  • Database testing

Test Planning

  • What test planning is important
  • What is Test Strategy
  • What is Test plan
  • Different components of test plan

Risk management

  • What is Risk
  • How to measure the risk
  • Risk planning

Test Tracking

  • What is test tracking?
  • What are different test metrics and their importance?
  • Test Reports

Part 2 – BASICS of JAVA

  • Unit 1 – Overview of Java
  • Unit 2 – Java Tools in Eclipse
  • Lab 1 – Setup Java 11 Tools
  • Lab 2 – The HelloWorld Class
  • Unit 3 – Basic Objects Concepts
  • Unit 4 – Basic Java Syntax
  • Lab 3 – Refining The HelloWorld Class
  • Lab Review
  • Unit 5 – Operations and Making Decisions
  • Lab 4 – The Arithmetic Class
  • Unit 6 – Using Classes and Objects
  • Lab 5 – Project – Prompt and Store Stock Information

Part 3: Selenium Web Driver

Lesson 1: Getting Started

  • What is Automation?
  • Selenium Overview
  • Environment Configuration

Lesson 2: WebDriver Functionality

  • Overview of Frequently Used Methods
  • Instantiating WebDriver
  • Controlling the Browser Window

Lesson 3: WebElement Functionality

  • Using Browser Developer Tools
  • Overview of WebElement Functionality
  • Interacting with Elements on a Page
  • Element Locator Types

Lesson 4: Advanced Element Location

  • Going through the DOM
  • Searching within Previously Found Elements
  • Creating Complex Locators when an Element is Not Easily Reachable

Lesson 5: Waiting for Elements

  • Implicit Waits
  • Explicit waits
  • Implicit Versus Explicit Waits
  • Waiting for an Element with a Custom Written Condition

Lesson 6: Page Object Model

  • Introduction to the Page Object Model
  • Modeling a Web Application Using Page Objects
  • Creating a Selenium Framework for a Web Application

Lesson 7: Writing Tests

  • What is a Test Framework?
  • Choosing a Test Framework
  • Creating Test Scripts and Suites
  • Validating and Viewing Results

Lesson 8: Analysis and Troubleshooting

  • Analyzing the Test Report
  • Tracking Down Timing Errors
  • Separating Real Issues from “Flaky” Tests

Lesson 9: Using a Selenium Grid

  • Configuring and Connecting to a Local Grid
  • Configuring and Connecting to a Network Grid
  • Connecting to a Third-Party Service

What does a Software Tester do?

The role of a software tester can vary depending on project requirements. They may join a project at the initial implementation stages to assess potential risks, or be brought on to a project midway through, when testing becomes a key requirement. The following are some of the essential tasks that Software Testers, namely, will perform:

  • Meeting with system users to understand the scope of projects
  • Working with software developers and project support teams
  • Identifying business requirements
  • Project planning
  • Monitoring applications and software systems
  • Writing and executing test scripts
  • Running manual and automated tests in different environments including web and mobile
  • Writing bug reports
  • Resource planning
  • Reviewing documentation

Who is Target Audience for this Course?

If want to kick-start your career in the IT field or you want to grow from being a manual tester to becoming an automation tester. This Course is designed for personnel who want to learn how to automate browser activity and web-based user interface tests with Selenium.

What is Selenium?

Selenium is a suite of tools designed specifically for automating web browsers. It is used by many major online enterprises like Facebook® and Google for testing their web user interfaces. Selenium supports different operating systems, programming languages and browsers, that helps Selenium to stay ahead in Automation testing realm. During this training, trainees will master in four different components of Selenium such as Selenium IDE, Selenium RC, Selenium WebDriver and Selenium Grid and also gain knowledge on how to perform tests on multiple machines simultaneously running on different operating systems by integrating with other frameworks like JUnit and TestNG.

Why Selenium?

Selenium is globally rated as a top priority in the test automation field: It scaled up from last year’s 29% to 36%, meaning that as a test automation engineer, one should master Selenium!

who should learn selenium Web Driver?

Selenium is an open source tool, which means anybody can use it for free. Any organization can use Selenium to test their website or web application and even independent programmers can learn and practice automation testing using Selenium WebDriver.

Is selenium enough to get you a job?

In the current Software Industry, Testing cost is crucial factor for any project. This is the reason why organizations have started using the open source Test Automation tool. You also most likely agree that Selenium Testing tool is now the leading technology in the test Automation Programming and where it is transforming software development. It is an open source Tool that is supported by large volunteers of open source developers. Even more and more companies are adopting Selenium over other Software Testing Tools.

What is Difference between Selenium IDE and Webdriver?

Selenium IDE: Selenium IDE is an integrated development environment to create and execute Selenium Test cases. It is a Firefox extension, and allows us to record, edit, and debug test cases.

Selenium WebDriver: WebDriver is used to create Test cases that run on various browsers, using element locators and WebDriver API commands we can create Test cases.

  • We can enhance Test cases using Programming features and Testing Framework Annotations.
  • WebDriver was designed to provide a simpler, more concise programming interface in addition to addressing some limitations in the Selenium-RC API.
  • Selenium-WebDriver was developed to better support dynamic web pages where elements of a page may change without the page itself being reloaded.

Difference between Selenium IDE and WebDriver:

Selenium IDE:

  • It only works in Mozilla browser.
  • It supports Record and playback.
  • Doesn’t required to start server before executing the test script.
  • It is a GUI Plug-in, It is not object oriented
  • Core engine is Javascript based
  • It does not support listeners
  • It does not support to test iphone/Android applications

Selenium WebDriver:

  • It supports with all browsers like Firefox, IE, Chrome, Safari, Opera etc.
  • It doesn’t support Record and playback
  • Doesn’t required to start server before executing the test script.
  • It’s actual core API which has binding in a range of languages.
  • API’s are entirely Object oriented
  • It supports the implementation of listeners
  • It supports to test iphone/Android applications

What are the Job Roles for Sofware QA Automation Selenium Professionals?

The job roles in Selenium vary from company to company, ranging from mobile development to web application development. Here, are the few job roles that you can think of as a Selenium WebDriver professional:

  • Selenium Tester
  • Selenium Automation Engineer
  • Senior Quality Engineer – Automation
  • Java Selenium Automation Engineer
  • Mobile Testing Lead
  • Senior QA Automation Engineer
  • Selenium Test Analyst
  • Software Development Test Engineer

What are the job prospects/ demand for Sofware QA Automation Selenium Professionals?

As web applications are considered to be the next big thing for many companies worldwide, test automation market trends are steadily rising up with extensive demand with Selenium. Many top organizations across the world rely on Selenium resources for their test automation needs. If you are ready to dive deep into test automation and gain advanced level expertise in it, then Selenium will help you to land in a better and rewarding position in your career. However, no software has ever been produced without bugs; this clearly illustrates that the need for automation testing is ever. Hence the future looks bright for Selenium with endless opportunities.

As per Markets and Markets, the global Automation Testing Market is anticipated to grow around USD 28.8 billion by 2024. This clearly indicates that the market for Selenium is intensifying and showing no sign of slow down. Therefore this is the right time for testers to keep themselves indulged in this field to grab a lucrative career.

Selenium job salaries vary with respect to different companies, depending on skill sets and past experience. According to Indeed, the median salary for Selenium Testers in the US ranges from approximately $62,509 to $100,971 per annum.

What does a Selenium Tester do?

Some of the critical responsibilities of Selenium testers include:

  • Determine the strategy required for automation testing using Selenium as per business requirements.
  • Create a test plan and develop test scripts
  • Maintain existing regression suites/ test scripts
  • Attend Agile meetings on assigned projects (these may include Sprint planning/ Backlog refinement/ Daily scrum meeting)
  • Execute regression suites
  • Provide solutions to developers/manual testers/project managers and stakeholders
  • Evaluate new tools/ APIs

What are the Hardware and Sofware requirement for this Course?

Hardware:

The minimum hardware requirements are as follows:

  • Processor: Intel Core i5 or equivalent
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Storage: 4 GB available space

Software:

  • Operating system: Windows 7 or Windows 10
  • Browser: Google Chrome, Latest Version
  • Selenium WebDriver
  • Google Chrome Driver
  • IntelliJ IDEA

Course Number : SELN-0-0101

Duration : 48 hours

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