Who should attend 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. Either way, you are at the right place because YOU need to learn Selenium. 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.
Java Core/ HTML
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 important tasks will be performed a by Software Tester namely:
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.
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.
Difference between Selenium IDE and WebDriver:
Course Number : SELN-0-0101
Duration : 48 hours
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