Learn Selenium in a Structured Way, Select Selenium Tool/s and other plugins & frameworks, Selenium Test Environment, Locate HTML /Web Elements and perform actions on the elements using Selenium WebDriver methods.
Enhance Test Cases using programming concepts, Testing framework annotations, and Selenium Automation Framework implementation.
Learn Selenium in a Structured Way:
First select Selenium Tool/s and other Software for Testing
Selenium is not an all-inclusive test tool, it needs third party frameworks and plugins to broaden the scope of testing. UFT/QTP or RFT, they are all-inclusive test tools and commercial tools. So select Selenium tool/s and other software for Selenium Testing.
Test Tool: Selenium WebDriver
Programming Language – Java
Editor – Eclipse IDE
Testing Framework – TestNG
Build Automation Tool – Maven – Configuring and maintaining Test Environment
CI Tool – Jenkins – Integrating Development process with Testing Process
Next focus on Selenium Test Environment Setup
Steps to Setup Selenium Test Environment:
i. Download and install Java (JDK) Software
ii. Set Java Environment Variable path
iii. Download and extract/Install Eclipse IDE
iv. Integrate Maven with Selenium
v. Install TestNG plugin
vi. Download Browser drivers and instantiate in Selenium Test Case.
Note: Verify the Selenium Test Environment by writing & executing a sample Selenium test case.
Selenium supported Test Types (Functional & Regression Testing), BDD and TDD
Download Browser drivers (Chrome, gecko, edge, opera, and safari)
Inspect HTML / Web Elements using Browser builtin features (Developer Tools F12)
Element Locators in Selenium (id, name, className, tagName, linkText, partialLinkText, cssSelector, and xpath)
Performing actions on the Web Elements (AUT) using Selenium WebDriver methods/commands
Page Object Model for creating object repositories.
Write Selenium Test Cases (Select Manual Test cases, Locate elements using element locators, Perform actions on the elements using WedDriver methods)
Enhance test cases using programming concepts
Prioritize test cases, group test case, create test batches, execute test batches, and generate test reports using testing framework (TestNG)
Selenium Automation Framework Implementation
Selenium Test Environment Setup
Create Folder Structure
Create object repositories
Create reusable functions
Collect Test Data
Create/write Selenium Test cases
Execute Test Cases and store test results
Maintain Test Automation resources
It is a platform for writing & executing Java Programs, It provides Editor for writing programs, Syntax guidance, context help, and auto compilation.
In our Selenium automation scenario, It is for writing & executing Selenium Test cases, and Selenium integration with other software like Java, TestNG, Maven, and Jenkins, etc.
Core Java or Java SE:
It is a programming language for developing software applications, in our testing scenario, it for Selenium enhancing test cases.
It is a test tool for Functional & Regression Testing, it supports Batch Testing, Cross-browser Testing, Data-driven Testing, and Database testing.
It a Testing framework (unit test framework) for creating test batches, prioritizing test cases, grouping test cases, executing test batches, and generating HTML test reports.
Build Automation Tool – Easily setup Selenium Test Environment and easy Maintenance of the Environment.
CI Tool – – Continuous Integration (integrating Testing process with development process).
Extent Reports is a customizable HTML report developed that can be integrated into Selenium WebDriver using JUnit and TestNG frameworks.Follow me on social media: