Selenium Online Training

Selenium Training with Live Project

Selenium Online Training with Project

Selenium Online Training in Real-time orientation, Selenium WebDriver, Core Java Programming, TestNG Testing Framework, Maven Integration, Jenkins Integration and Selenium Automation Framework.

Weekday Training Program will commence on: 7th November 2018

Contact Details:

Email: gcrindia@gmail.com
Mobile: 91-7032677426

Timings: weekday Program (Monday to Friday)

7:30 AM to 9:30 AM IST (Indian Standard Time)
9:00 PM to 11:00 PM EST
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM CST
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM PST

Duration: 80 Hours (Weekly 10 hours, 8 Weeks)
Fee: 399 US Dollars

Selenium Payment Details…
Prerequisites:
a) Manual Testing Concepts
b) Programming Fundamentals
c) HTML Fundamentals
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Selenium Training Schedule and Syllabus

Module I) Selenium Fundamentals…

Session 1: Introduction to Selenium

i) What is Selenium?
ii) History of the Selenium Project
iii) Selenium Components / Selenium’s Tools suite
a) Selenium IDE
b) Selenium RC
c) Selenium WebDriver
d) Selenium Grid
iv) Platforms supported by Selenium
v) Selenium License
vi) Advantages of Selenium
vii) Disadvantages of Selenium
viii) Testing Frameworks and other tools used in Selenium
ix) Selenium vs. UFT/QTP
x) Selenium Environment Setup

Session 2: Software Test Life Cycle / Software Test Process

i) Test Planning
ii) Test Design
iii) Test Execution
iv) Test Closure

Session 3: Selenium Test Process / Selenium Test Life Cycle

i) Test Planning
ii) Generate Basic Tests / Test cases
iii) Enhancing Tests / Test Cases
iv) Running Test cases & Debugging Test Cases
v) Analyzing Test Result and Report Defects

Session 4: Java for Selenium – Overview of Java Programming

Core Java / Java Standard Edition
i) Comments in Java
ii) Data Types in Java
iii) Java Modifiers
iv) Variables in Java
v) Operators in Java
vi) Java Control Flow Statements
a) Conditional Statements (Ex: if…)
b) Loop Statements (Ex: for…)
c) Branching Statements (Ex: break…)
vii) String handling in Java
viii) Arrays and ArrayList in Java
ix) IO Operations and File Handling in Java
x) Java Methods
a) Java Predefined Methods
b) Java Built-in Methods
xi) Exception Handling
xii) Java Object Oriented Programming System (OOPS) Concepts
a) Inheritance
b) Polymorphism
c) Abstraction
d) Encapsulation
Interfaces in java
Constructor in Java

Module II) Java Programming for Selenium

Java Programming for Selenium

Session 5: Java Environment Setup

i) Uses of Java
ii) Java Syntax
iii) Java Environment Setup
iv) Write first Java Program…

Session 6: Java Program Structure

i) Java Program Structure
a) Documentation Section
b) Package Statement
c) Import Statement/s
d) Class Declaration
e) Interface Section
f) main Method (Java Program Execution Starts from main method)
g) Declaration Statements
h) Normal Statements
i) Code Blocks
j) Object Creation Statement, etc…
ii) Java Program Example

Session 7: Java Comments, Modifiers, and Data Types

i) Java Comments
ii) Java Modifiers
a) Access Modifiers
b) Non -Access Modifiers
iii) Java Data Types
a) Primitive Data Types
b) Non-primitive Data Types

Session 8: Java Variables and Operators

i) Java Variables
a) What is Variable?
b) Declaration of Variables
c) Assign values to Variables
d) Variable Naming Restrictions
e) Types of variables in Java
ii) Java Operators
a) Arithmetic Operators
b) Assignment Operators
c) Comparison Operators
d) Logical Operators
e) Miscellaneous Operators

Session 9: Java Control Flow Statements Part-1

i) Conditional Or Decision Making Statements
a) Types of Conditional Statements
b) Types of Conditions
c) Usage of Conditional Statements / Decision Making Statements
d) Java programming Examples

Session 10: Java Control Flow Statements Part-2

i) Java Loop Statements…
a) for loop
b) while loop
c) do while loop
d) Enhanced for loop
ii) Branching Statements
a) break
b) continue
c) return

Session 11: Java Strings, and Arrays

i) String Handling in Java
a) What is String?
b) Create and Use Strings
c) Concatenating Strings
d) String Comparison
e) Find String Length
ii) Java Arrays
a) What is Array?
b) Declare and Use Arrays
c) Creating different Types of Arrays
d) Copy values form one Array to another (Copy Array)
e) Advantages and Disadvantages of Arrays

Session 12: Java IO Operations

i) Java IO Operations
a) Java Input Operations
b) Java Output Operations
ii) File Handling in Java
a) File System Operations
b) Create a Folder
c) Delete a Folder
d) Create a Text File
e) Create different Files
f) Read a Text File
g) Write data to a Text file
h) Read a Text File and write to another file.

Session 13: Exception Handling in Java

i) What is an Exception in Programming?
ii) Types of Exceptions
iii) Common scenarios where Exceptions may occur
a) Scenario where ArithmeticException may occur
b) Scenario where NumberFormatException Occurs
c) Scenario where NullPointerException occurs
d) Scenario where ArrayIndexOutofBoundsException occurs

Session 14: Java Methods – User Defined Methods

i) What is Method?
ii) Introduction to Java Methods
iii) Types of Methods
iv) User Defined Methods
a) Methods with return value
1) Call methods by invoking Object (Non static Methods)
2) Call methods without invoking Object (Static methods)
b) Methods without return any value
1) Call methods by invoking Object (Non static Methods)
2) Call methods without invoking Object (Static methods)

Session 15: Java Predefined Methods

i) String Methods
ii) Number Methods
iii) Character Methods
iv) Array Methods Etc…

Selenium Class 16: Java OOPS – Inheritance

i) Java Object Oriented Programming System
ii) Java Inheritance
a) What is Inheritance?
b) Types of Inheritance in Java
c) Reusing Class members between two classes without inheritance in same package
d) Reusing Class members between two classes with inheritance in same package
e) Reusing Class Members (Multi Level) without inheritance in same package
f) Reusing Class Members (Multi Level) with inheritance in same package
g) Reusing Class Members from two different packages in same project
h) Reusing Class Members from two different packages as well as two different projects

Session 17: Java Polymorphism, Abstraction and Encapsulation

i) Polymorphism
a) What is Polymorphism?
b) Compile Time Polymorphism / Method OverLoading
c) Run Time Polymorphism / Method Overriding
ii) Abstraction
a) What is Abstraction?
b) When we go for Abstract Methods?
c) Inherit Abstract Class (Class Members)
d) How to call methods in Home Class/Abstract Class?
iii) Java Interfaces
iv) Encapsulation

Session 18: Miscellaneous Topics (Java)

i) Java Constructor
ii) Calling Methods inside another Methods
iii) Data Type Conversion
iv) Types of Output in Java

Module III: Selenium WebDriver

Selenium WebDriver Tutorials

Session 19: Introduction to Selenium WebDriver

i) What is Selenium WebDriver?
ii) Advantages of Selenium WebDriver
iii) Drawbacks of Selenium WebDriver
iv) Writing Selenium WebDriver Test Steps
v) Types of Statements/Steps in Selenium Test cases

Session 20: Selenium WebDriver Environment Setup

i) Selenium WebDriver Environment Setup
(Download and Extract Eclipse IDE, Download & Install Java, Download Selenium WebDriver Java Language binding and add to Java Project in Eclipse IDE)
ii) Write first Selenium Test Case and Execute

Session 21: Web Elements and Operations on the Web Elements

i) Introduction to Web Environment
ii) Web Elements (Page, Button, Link, Edit Box, Text Box, Drop Down Box, List Box, Combo Box, Radio Button, Check Box, Web Table and Frame Etc…)
iii) Manual Operations on Web Elements

Session 22: Element Locators in Selenium

i) What is Element Locator?
ii) Why we need to use different locators?
iii) How to inspect Elements?
iv) Element Locators Selenium
a) id
b) name
c) className
d) tagName
e) linkText
f) partialLinkText
g) cssSelector
h) xpath

Session 23: Selenium WebDriver API Commands

Categories of WebDriver Commands:
i) Browser Regular commands
ii) Browser Navigation commands
iii) Regular Commands on Web Elements
iv) Verification Commands on Web Elements
v) Other Commands

Session 24: Element Handling in Selenium Part-1

Prerequisites to create Test Cases in Selenium WebDriver
i) Element Locators
ii) Selenium WebDriver Commands
iii) Java Programming Concepts
iv) Handling Browser
v) Handling Edit Box

Session 25: Handling Elements in Selenium Part-2

i) Handling Text Area, Error Message and Popup Window
ii) Handling Button
iii) Handling Link
iv) Radio Button
v) Image, Image Button and Image Link

Session 26: Handling Elements in Selenium Part-3

i) Handling Check Box
ii) Handling Drop down Box
iii) Handling Web Table
iv) Handling Frames…
v) Handling Mousehover

Session 27: Writing Selenium Test Cases

Prerequisites for writing Selenium WebDriver Test Cases…
i) Test Scenario or Manual Test Case
ii) Element Locators to Locate/Recognize/Identify Elements/Objects
iii) Selenium WebDriver API Commands to perform operations on Elements
iv) Programming Concepts to enhance the Test Cases
v) Testing Framework (Junit/TestNG) to group Test cases, prioritize Test cases, execute Test batches and generate Test Reports
vi) Test Case 1: Verify Internal and External Links in a Website
vii) Test Case 2: Verify an Element Existence in a Web Page
viii) Write a Negative Test Case with Exception Handling

Session 28: Writing Selenium Test Cases Part-2

i) Test Case 4: Customer Registration in gcrShop Web portal User Interface
ii) Test Case 5: Verify Customer Login to gcrShop User Interface
iii) Test Case 6: Admin Login to gcrShop Admin Interface

Session 29: Writing Selenium Test Cases Part-3

i) Data Driven Testing
ii) Batch Testing

Session 30: Writing Selenium Test Cases Part-4

i) Write a Test Case for Admin Login Locking Functionality
ii) Write a Test Case for Positive and Negative Testing for Admin Login Functionality
iii) Synchronization in Selenium WebDriver
a) What is Synchronization?
b) Why Synchronization?
c) When Synchronization is required?
d) How to identify the Synchronization Problem?
e) How to Synchronize AUT and Test Tool (Selenium WebDriver)

Session 31: Writing Positive and Negative Test Cases

i) Writing Positive Test cases
ii) Writing Negative Test Cases with Exception Handling

Module IV: TestNG Testing Framework for Selenium

TestNG Testing Framework for Selenium

Session 32: TestNG Testing Framework for Selenium Part-1

i) Introduction to TestNG Testing Framework
ii) Install TestNG and write first TestNG Test Case
iii) Create multiple Test Cases and Run
iv) Prioritize Test Cases

Session 33: TestNG Testing Framework Part-2

i) TestNG Annotations
ii) TestNG Attributes
iii) Execute multiple Programs/Classes using XML

Session 34: TestNG Testing Framework Part-3

i) Grouping Test Cases using XML
ii) Parallel Testing using TestNG
iii) Data Driven Testing using @DataProvider

Module V: Selenium Framework

Selenium Automation Framework Design & Implementation

Session 35: Selenium Automation Framework Design

i) Maven Integration with Selenium
ii) Create Maven Project and add Software dependencies
iii) Create multiple Packages to store Test Automation Resources
iv) Page Object Model (POM)

Session 36: Selenium Automation Framework Implementation

i) Create Object Repositories using POM
ii) Create customized Commands
iii) Create Reusable Functions
iv) Create Test Cases using Automation Resources
v)   Jenkins Integration with Selenium
vi) Execute Test Cases and View Result Reports

Module VI: Selenium Live Project

Selenium Live Project with Selenium WebDriver, Java and TestNG

Session 37: Software Testing Project Part-1

i) Project Environment and Information
ii) Project Description
iii) Stake Holders of the Project
iv) Interfaces of the Project/AUT
v) Features to be tested in Admin Interface

Session 38: Software Testing Project Part-2

i) Features to be tested in User Interface
ii) Test Requirements, Test scenarios, and Test cases…
iii) Derive Smoke Test Scenarios for Admin Interface
iv) Derive Smoke Test Scenarios for User Interface
v) Derive Comprehensive (All Possible) Test Cases for Admin Interface
vi) Derive Comprehensive (All Possible) Test Cases for User Interface

Session 39: Software Testing Project Part-3

Automate Admin Interface Smoke Test Cases using Selenium WebDriver, Java, TestNG and Maven

Session 40: Software Testing Project Part-4

Automate User Interface Smoke Test Cases using Selenium WebDriver, Java, TestNG and Maven
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