Selenium with C# and Java Titbits

Understand selenium basics which you really need
Rating: 3.6 out of 5 (740 ratings)
25,745 students
Selenium with C# and Java Titbits
Rating: 3.6 out of 5 (740 ratings)
25,745 students
Start understanding Selenium Webdriver basics very clearly
Work with various features available with Selenium
Explore the most frequently asked questions in Selenium Webdriver

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of C# and Java is more than enough to understand the course

Description

Selenium Titbits video series is for those who want to get hold of basic understanding of Selenium in greater detail.

This series is designed in such a way that one can easily understand under the hood of Selenium along with some of the nitty-gritty detail one must know while doing bigger projects in Selenium (say framework development)

Who this course is for:

  • This course is for everybody who wants to learn Selenium from groundup
  • This course will help leverage one to get hold of some of the routine task done in selenium day in and day out

Course content

3 sections • 20 lectures • 3h 22m total length
  • Introduction
    00:56

Instructor

Software Architect, Consultant,Youtuber and Best Seller
Karthik KK
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 19,438 Reviews
  • 215,527 Students
  • 25 Courses

I am Karthik K.K. I do consulting, blogging and researching on various different tools and technologies which inspires my interest. I have been into Software Automation Testing for over 14+ years now and my interest in learning new stuffs which enables automation has never been compromised.

Due to my passion in automation testing I got fully exposed to tools and languages like


Desktop & Web : Cypress, Selenium, Specflow,Puppeteer,Plawright, UFT, VS Coded UI, Ranorex ,Test Complete and Cucumber
Mobile : Appium, Robotium,Calabash, Espresso, Selendroid
Languages : C#, Java, Ruby, Powershell, Javascript, VBScript 
Cloud Tools : Azure, Dockers
Misc Tools: Mockito, Rest-assured, Bound-Box,FluentAutomation
Interested in: MVC, Entity framework, LINQ, Fakes, Distributed deployment, SAAS