Selenium Tutorial

Selenium is one of the most widely used open-source Web UI automation testing tools. It supports the automation of websites across different browsers, platforms, and programming languages. Our Selenium tutorials are designed specifically for beginners with little to no prior knowledge of Selenium or automation. We will start with the basics and then as the tutorial progresses, we will move to the more advanced stuff like multi-browser testing, running tests in parallel, automation frameworks, etc.

Selenium Tutorial for Beginners

This section covers the introduction and setup part of Selenium along with the usage of basic Selenium commands that one has to use during the automation of web-based applications.

  1. Selenium Introduction – Introduction to Selenium, its different components, advantages, and limitations.
  2. Selenium WebDriver Setup – Java, Eclipse, and WebDriver set up with a sample script for validation.
  3. Launching Browsers in Selenium – Commands and sample scripts to launch different browsers.
  4. Finding web elements in Selenium – Locate web elements using Firebug and Selenium locators.
  5. Selenium WebDriver Basic Commands – Some of the most commonly used WebDriver commands.
  6. Waits in Selenium – Learn about waits in Selenium for synchronizing different user actions.

CSS and XPath Locator Tutorial

For effectively working with different elements, especially the dynamic elements, one should know how to create complex element locators. In the below two tutorials, we will study the CSS and Xpath locators which help us in creating locating complex elements.

  1. CSS Locators – Learn how to locate elements using their CSS (Styling)
  2. XPath Locators – Learn how to identify elements using XPath (XML navigation)

Selenium WebDriver with Java Tutorial

The below tutorials will help you with code snippets and examples for some of the most commonly performed actions in automation.

Selenium Framework

Here, we will study some of the widely used automation frameworks and design patterns along with sample scripts for their implementations.

  • Data-Driven Framework – A data-driven framework using Selenium and TestNG.
  • Page Object Model – An automation design pattern that helps in creating maintainable test suites.
  • Page Factory – One of the implementations of Page Object Model(POM) provided by Selenium.

Selenium With TestNG Tutorial

Selenium is just an automation tool, in order to make validations, pass-fail a test case, create test reports, etc, we need a testing framework. In the below tutorials, we will study one such framework/library – TestNG.

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