Now that we are well versed with Selenium IDE, let us move our learning curve towards creating more advanced automation scripts using Selenium WebDriver. WebDriver is one of the most compelling automation testing tools. Let us discuss it in detail. Continue reading →
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In the previous tutorial, we tried to shed light on various types of locators in Selenium and their locating mechanisms to build test scripts. The tutorial was primary consist of the brief introduction of different locator types like ID, Classes, Xpaths, Link texts, CSS Selectors etc. and their identification.
Proceeding ahead with our next tutorial, we would take the opportunity to introduce you with an extension of locating strategies. Thus, in the Continue reading →
In the previous tutorial, we introduced you to another automation testing tool named as Firebug. We also created our own automation script manually using Firebug and its capabilities. We also learned to affix desired modifications into our script.
Moving ahead, in this tutorial, we would have a look at the various types of locators in Selenium and their accessibility technique to build test scripts. Thus this tutorial is comprised of the detailed introduction to various types of locators.
In the previous tutorial, we learned how to create automated test scripts using Selenium IDE and its recording feature. We also flipped through populous features of Selenium IDE. We aimed at harbingering the reader with the most vital features and commands of Selenium IDE.
Now that you are accustomed and capable of creating automated scripts using recording mode of Selenium IDE, let us move ahead with another tool which plays a very important role in assisting us to create effective test scripts known as “Firebug”. Firebug helps us in inspecting the properties of web elements and web pages.
Before moving ahead, let’s take a moment to look at the agenda of this tutorial. In this tutorial, we will learn all about Selenium IDE, starting from its installation to the details about each of its features. At the end of this tutorial, the reader is expected to be able to install Selenium IDE tool and play around with its features.
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