1.0 Introduction to Selenium

Introduction to Selenium

Automated Testing using Selenium:

Test Level: System Testing

(we have four levels of Testing, Unit Testing, Integration Testing, System testing and Acceptance Testing. Independent Testers (Software Testers) use Selenium for System Testing Level.)

Test Type: Functional Testing

(In System Testing Level we have several Test Types, ex: Functional Testing and Non Functional Testing (Performance Testing, Usability Testing etc,). We use Selenium for Functional Testing at System Testing Level.)

Test Method: Automated Testing

(We can conduct Software Testing in two ways, 1) Traditional Manual Testing, 2) Automated Testing or Test Automation. Functional Testing at System Testing Level is done by either Manual Testing or Automated Testing.)

Test Tool: Selenium

(Here we are going to discuss Selenium for Functional Testing at System Testing Level, other test tools for Functional Testing are UFT, RFT, SilkTest etc,)

Note: In this Training Program we are going to use Selenium for Functional testing at System Testing Level)

Introduction to Selenium’s Tool Suite

Chapter Index

1) What is Selenium?

(Purpose of Selenium, Selenium Features like Supported Operating Systems, Web Browsers, Programming Languages and Testing Frameworks.)

2) History of the Selenium Project

(History of Selenium projects like Selenium IDE, Selenium RC, Selenium WebDriver and Selenium Grid. Selenium License Information, Selenium 1.0, Selenium 2.0 and Selenium 3.0.)

3) Selenium Components / Selenium’s Tool Suite

Selenium Components Fundamentals, Selenium IDE Features and Drawbacks, Selenium RC Features and Disadvantages, Selenium WebDriver Features and Use of Selenium Grid)

4) Platforms supported by Selenium
5) Selenium License
6) Advantages and Disadvantages of selenium
7) Software used for Selenium Testing

G C Reddy

G C Reddy, Working as a Software Testing Trainer in Hyderabad, India.

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