Web automation using Selenium RC from Scratch
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Web automation using Selenium RC from Scratch

This course will help you in learning advanced techniques for testing web applications with Selenium RC API.
4.0 (5 ratings)
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Last updated 6/2015
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  • 7 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of this course you will give have great understanding Selenium
  • How to use Selenium to test web based application
  • This tutorial will give you great understanding Selenium, and after completing this tutorial, you will be at intermediate level of expertise from where you can take yourself to higher level of expertise.
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Requirements
  • The tutorials are designed for beginners with little or no automation experience. Everything is taught from scratch!
  • Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have a basic understanding of Java programming language, text editor and execution of programs, etc.
Description

Selenium Remote Control (RC) is a test tool that allows you to write automated web application UI tests in any programming language against any HTTP website using any mainstream JavaScript-enabled browser.
Selenium Remote Control is great for testing complex AJAX-based web user interfaces under a Continuous Integration system. It is also an ideal solution for users of Selenium IDE who want to write tests in a more expressive programming language than the Selenese HTML table format.

In this training course, attendees will learn the following

1. Selenium RC architecture

2. How to start/stop Selenium client/server

3. How to use Selenese TestBase class

Xpaths

1. What are Xpaths

2. How to construct absolute xpath as well as relative xpath

3. Different Xpath functions

Selenium RC

1. Common Selenium RC functions

2. click(), open(), waitForPageToLoad().

3. Slowing down the execution speed

4. Closing and killing the browser.

Working with Web Tables

1. Finding number of rows and column in web table

2. Extracting the value from table

3. Handling dynamic web table

Window Handling

1. Extracting windows IDs with selenium

2. Tabbed browsing with selenium

3. Handling Java Script popups

Mouse & Keyboard action

1. Performing the mouse action such as mouseUp(), mouseDown() etc

2. Performing the Keynoard action such as KeyPress(), KeyUp(), metaKeyDown() etc

And source code shown as part of video lecture will be provided for download


Who is the target audience?
  • This tutorial is designed for Software Professionals, who are willing to learn Selenium RC in simple and easy steps
  • All the manual tester who are looking for the automation knowledge
  • Developer/Automation Testers who are developing the automation framework for the web based application
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Curriculum For This Course
34 Lectures
06:46:07
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Introduction
5 Lectures 35:44
Introduction
01:06

Configuring Selenium RC in Eclipse
03:01


Starting and Stopping Selenium Client
14:36

Running Sample Selenium code using SeleneseTestBase
08:20
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Xpath
4 Lectures 51:53

Xpath and their usage with Selenium RC
16:12

Xpath Function,Absolute and Relative Xpaths
18:34

Xpath finding Links, Buttons, Input box, Radio buttons, Checkbox
10:30
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Selenium RC Functions
9 Lectures 02:06:00
Handling TextBox,Hyperlink & Checkboxes
23:15

Handling Button & Radio Button
12:56


Checking if an element/object/text is present or not
10:12

Reading title of page
11:43

Slowing down the script execution speed
07:54

Capturing Screenshot
04:57

Closing brosers and killing sessions
02:34

Automating CreateBug TestCase
40:28
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Handling Window
5 Lectures 51:48
Extracting Window Name,Title with Selenium
08:29

Handling popups, performing actions
13:27

Handling JavaScript Prompt,Confirmation
17:45


Executing JavaScript
03:53
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Working with WebTables
3 Lectures 25:27
Finding number of rows in Webtable
12:23

Finding number of columns in Webtable
05:35

Extracting Cell value
07:29
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Selenium RC Usage
4 Lectures 45:41
Integration with TestNG
19:28

Load Testing with TestNg & Selenium
06:02

Running the Test Parallely in Firefox & IE
06:55

Executing Selenium Script through Ant
13:16
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DataDriven Framework
3 Lectures 01:08:34

Apache POI - the Java API for Microsoft Documents
19:23

Running the TestCase using DataDriven Frame Work
30:14
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About the Instructor
Rahul Singh Rathore
4.4 Average rating
557 Reviews
4,390 Students
6 Courses
Software Developer Engg in Test

I have total 6 year of experience in the field of testing (Manual & Automation). Being a manual tester my major area of work is Integration, Functional & Regression testing. When it comes with automation, I deal with automation tool such as Junit, Testng, Selenium RC & Web driver. I have worked with team for developing automation framework for web based product using Selenium RC & migrating it to Web driver at later stage.

I have also worked on the testing of Restful web services. And have pretty good experience with Apache HttpClient Library.

from past 2 year, I am working as white box tester (SDET) in one of the MNC. I usually deal with testing the API written in Java. I also deal with Junit framework for doing the unit testing and also automating the unit test cases