Robot Framework Crash Course [2021 Edition]
- No requirements needed
- A computer
- Internet Connection
In this one-hour crash course, you will learn the core basics of Robot Framework. We will start with a short introduction to what Robot Framework is and how you can set it up properly on your device.
Several concepts will be explained in the course. The following topics will be discussed in this course:
How to install Robot Framework on your device
Setting up PyCharm and Python
Fixing the autocomplete issue with the Intellibot plugin in PyCharm
Creating your first test script in Robot Framework
How to create variables and lists
How to install additional packages/libraries for Robot Framework
Interacting with the web page by clicking on elements, entering text, and validating text
How to run a test script
Generate a test report
Execute parallel testing to increase testing efficiency and reduce time constrains
Testing APIs and getting request
And much more!
In each section, you can find the necessary resources for the course. You can use them in combination with the course.
The course is free so you can simply try it out and check whether you like the course.
If you are stuck or need any help, please leave it in the QA section and I am going to try to help you with the issue you are facing.
I hope you enjoy this course about Robot Framework and will be useful to you. Also, please leave a review to share what you think of the course so this course and future ones can be improved.
Who this course is for:
- QA, Developers, Testers or anybody who is interested in learning Robot Framework
- 00:18Who Am I?
- 00:15What is Robot Framework and what will be explained in the course
I work currently as a software test engineer and have experience with several testing tools. Also, have experience with web development and Python development.
I have worked with several different testing tools. I have experience in using Selenium Webdriver, Cypress, Specflow, Mocha, and Robot Framework.
In my spare time, I also love to draw and make YouTube videos about programming topics.