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Write Automation Tests with Selenium Webdriver & Java. Build Software Frameworks in 350 Steps for Absolute Beginners. – Free Course

☛ What Will I Learn?

  • You will learn how to think as a Java Programmer
  • You will learn how to start your journey as a Java Programmer

  • You will solve a wide variety of hands-on exercises with Java

  • You will learn to use Selenium IDE and Katalon Studio to Record and Replay Automation Testing Scenarios
  • You will learn to setup new automation projects with Selenium, Web Driver, JUnit and TestNG Frameworks
  • You will learn some of the TestNG Advanced Features – XML Suite, Test Reports, Test Parameters and Parallel Execution
  • You will learn the basics of HTML, CSS and XPath
  • You will understand all Selenium Locators – By Id, By Name, By Link Text, By Partial Link Text, By Class, CSS Selectors and XPath Expressions
  • You will learn to play with Form Elements – Text, TextArea, CheckBox , Radio Button, Select Box and Multi Select Box
  • You will learn to write automation test for wide range of scenarios – Playing with Windows, Modal Windows (Sleep, Implicit Wait and Explicit Waits), Alert Boxes, Window Handles and New Browser Window Launches, Frames, Taking Screenshots, Executing JavaScript Code, Actions Interface to control mouse and keyboard
  • You will learn to Set up Automation Testing Frameworks for Form Elements, Tables and Cross Browser Testing
  • You will learn to write Data Driven Tests with Data Providers, CSV and Excel Spreadsheets
  • You will learn to implement Page Object Model for a Complex Automation Test Scenario
  • You will learn to parallelize and scale up Automation Tests with Selenium Standalone and Grid

☛ Requirements

  • You should have the ability to learn while having fun!
  • Connectivity to Internet to download various tools listed below
  • We will help you install Selenium IDE, Katalon Studio, Brackets, Java, NodeJs and Eclipse.
  • Oracle Solaris or 64 bit Microsoft Windows or Linux or macOS
  • Java 9+ does NOT work on 32 bit Microsoft Windows! You would need a 64 bit Microsoft Windows if you would want to use Windows.
  • We will help you download all needed dependencies using Maven and NPM

☛ Description

We love Programming. Our aim with this course is to create a love for Programming.
Java is one of the most popular programming languages. Java offers both object oriented and functional programming features.
We take an hands-on approach using a combination of JShell(An awesome new feature in Java 9) and Eclipse as an IDE to illustrate more than 200 Java Coding Exercises, Puzzles and Code Examples.
In more than 250 Steps, we explore the most important Java Programming Language Features
  • Basics of Java Programming – Expressions, Variables and Printing Output
  • Java Operators – Java Assignment Operator, Relational and Logical Operators, Short Circuit Operators
  • Java Conditionals and If Statement
  • Methods – Parameters, Arguments and Return Values
  • Object Oriented Programming – Class, Object, State and Behavior
  • Basics of OOPS – Encapsulation, Abstraction, Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • Basics about Java Data Types – Casting, Operators and More
  • Java Built in Classes – BigDecimal, String, Java Wrapper Classes
  • Conditionals with Java – If Else Statement, Nested If Else, Java Switch Statement, Java Ternary Operator
  • Loops – For Loop, While Loop in Java, Do While Loop, Break and Continue
  • Immutablity of Java Wrapper Classes, String and BigDecimal
  • Java Dates – Introduction to LocalDate, LocalTime and LocalDateTime
  • Java Array and ArrayList – Java String Arrays, Arrays of Objects, Primitive Data Types, toString and Exceptions







  • Introduction to Variable Arguments
  • Basics of Designing a Class – Class, Object, State and Behavior. Deciding State and Constructors.
  • Understanding Object Composition and Inheritance
  • Java Abstract Class and Interfaces. Introduction to Polymorphism.
  • Java Collections – List Interface(ArrayList, LinkedList and Vector), Set Interface (HashSet, LinkedHashSet and TreeSet), Queue Interface (PriorityQueue) and Map Interface (HashMap, HashTable, LinkedHashMap and TreeMap() – Compare, Contrast and Choose
  • Generics – Why do we need Generics? Restrictions with extends and Generic Methods, WildCards – Upper Bound and Lower Bound.
  • Functional Programming – Lambda Expression, Stream and Operations on a Stream (Intermediate Operations – Sort, Distinct, Filter, Map and Terminal Operations – max, min, collect to List), Functional Interfaces – Predicate Interface,Consumer Interface, Function Inteface for Mapping, Method References – static and instance methods
  • Introduction to Threads and MultiThreading – Need for Threads
  • Implementing Threads – Extending Thread Class and Implementing Runnable Interface
  • States of a Thread and Communication between Threads
  • Introduction to Executor Service – Customizing number of Active Threads. Returning a Future, invokeAll and invokeAny
  • Introduction to Exception Handling – Your Thought Process during Exception Handling. try, catch and finally. Exception Hierarchy – Checked Exceptions vs Unchecked Exceptions. Throwing an Exception. Creating and Throwing a Custom Exception – CurrenciesDoNotMatchException. Try with Resources – New Feature in Java 7.
  • List files and folders in Directory with Files list method, File walk method and find methods. Read and write from a File.
Step Wise Details
Introduction to Java Programming with Jshell using Multiplication Table
Step 00 – Getting Started with ProgrammingStep 01 – Introduction to Multiplication Table challengeStep 02 – Launch JShellStep 03 – Break Down Multiplication Table ChallengeStep 04 – Java Expression – An IntroductionStep 05 – Java Expression – ExercisesStep 06 – Java Expression – PuzzlesStep 07 – Printing output to console with JavaStep 08 – Printing output to console with Java – Exercise StatementsStep 09 – Printing output to console with Java – Exercise SolutionsStep 10 – Printing output to console with Java – PuzzlesStep 11 – Advanced Printing output to console with JavaStep 12 – Advanced Printing output to console with Java – Exercises and PuzzlesStep 13 – Introduction to Variables in JavaStep 14 – Introduction to Variables in Java – Exercises and PuzzlesStep 15 – 4 Important Things to Know about Variables in JavaStep 16 – How are variables stored in memory?Step 17 – How to name a variable?Step 18 – Understanding Primitive Variable Types in JavaStep 19 – Understanding Primitive Variable Types in Java – Choosing a TypeStep 20 – Java Assignment OperatorStep 21 – Java Assignment Operator – Puzzles on Increment, Decrement and Compound AssignmentStep 23 – Java Conditionals and If Statement – IntroductionStep 24 – Java Conditionals and If Statement – Exercise StatementsStep 25 – Java Conditionals and If Statement – Exercise SolutionsStep 26 – Java Conditionals and If Statement – PuzzlesStep 27 – Java For Loop to Print Multiplication Table – IntroductionStep 28 – Java For Loop to Print Multiplication Table – Exercise StatementsStep 29 – Java For Loop to Print Multiplication Table – Exercise SolutionsStep 30 – Java For Loop to Print Multiplication Table – PuzzlesStep 31 – Programming Tips : JShell – Shortcuts, Multiple Lines and VariablesStep 32 – Getting Started with Programming – Revise all Terminology
Introduction to Method with Multiplication Table
Step 00 – Section 02 – Methods – An IntroductionStep 01 – Your First Java Method – Hello World Twice and Exercise StatementsStep 02 – Introduction to Java Methods – Exercises and PuzzlesStep 03 – Programming Tip – Editing Methods with JShellStep 04 – Introduction to Java Methods – Arguments and ParametersStep 05 – Introduction to Java Method Arguments – ExercisesStep 06 – Introduction to Java Method Arguments – Puzzles and TipsStep 07 – Getting back to Multiplication Table – Creating a methodStep 08 – Print Multiplication Table with a Parameter and Method OverloadingStep 09 – Passing Multiple Parameters to a Java MethodStep 10 – Returning from a Java Method – An IntroductionStep 11 – Returning from a Java Method – ExercisesStep 99 – Methods – Section Review
Introduction to Java Platform
Step 00 – Section 03 – Overview Of Java Platform – Section OverviewStep 01 – Overview Of Java Platform – An Introduction – java, javac, bytecode and JVMStep 02 – Java Class and Object – First LookStep 03 – Create a method in a Java classStep 04 – Create and Compile Planet.java classStep 05 – Run Planet calss with Java – Using a main methodStep 06 – Play and Learn with Planet ClassStep 07 – JDK vs JRE vs JVM
Introduction to Eclipse – First Java Project
Step 01 – Creating a New Java Project with EclipseStep 02 – Your first Java class with EclipseStep 03 – Writing Multiplication Table Java Program with EclipseStep 04 – Adding more methods for Multiplication Table ProgramStep 05 – Programming Tip 1 : Refactoring with EclipseStep 06 – Programming Tip 2 : Debugging with EclipseStep 07 – Programming Tip 3 : Eclipse vs JShell – How to choose?
Introduction To Object Oriented Programming
Step 00 – Introduction to Object Oriented Programming – Section OverviewStep 01 – Introduction to Object Oriented Programming – BasicsStep 02 – Introduction to Object Oriented Programming – Terminology – Class, Object, State and BehaviorStep 03 – Introduction to Object Oriented Programming – Exercise – Online Shopping System and PersonStep 04 – Create Motor Bike Java Class and a couple of objectsStep 05 – Exercise Solutions – Book class and Three instancesStep 06 – Introducing State of an object with speed variableStep 07 – Understanding basics of Encapsulation with Setter methodsStep 08 – Exercises and Tips – Getters and Generating Getters and Setters with EclipseStep 09 – Puzzles on this and initialization of member variablesStep 10 – First Advantage of EncapsulationStep 11 – Introduction to Encapsulation – Level 2Step 12 – Encapsulation Exercises – Better Validation and Book classStep 13 – Introdcution to AbstractionStep 14 – Introduction to Java ConstructorsStep 15 – Introduction to Java Constructors – Exercises and PuzzlesStep 16 – Introduction to Object Oriented Programming – Conclusion
Primitive Data Types And Alternatives
Step 00 – Primitive Data Types in Depth – Section OverviewStep 01 – Basics about Java Integer Data Types – Casting, Operators and MoreStep 02 – Java Integer Data Types – Puzzles – Octal, Hexadecimal, Post and Pre incrementStep 03 – Java Integer Data Types – Exercises – BiNumber – add, multiply and doubleStep 04 – Java Floating Point Data Types – Casting , Conversion and AccuracyStep 05 – Introduction to BigDecimal Java ClassStep 06 – BigDecimal Puzzles – Adding IntegersStep 07 – BigDecimal Exercises – Simple Interest CalculationStep 08 – Java Boolean Data Type – Relational and Logical OperatorsStep 09 – Java Boolean Data Type – Puzzles – Short Circuit OperatorsStep 10 – Java Character Data Type char – Representation and ConversionStep 11 – Java char Data Type – Exercises 1 – isVowelStep 12 – Java char Data Type – Exercises 2 – isDigitStep 13 – Java char Data Type – Exercises 3 – isConsonant, List Upper Case and Lower Case CharactersStep 14 – Primitive Data Types in Depth – Conclusion
Conditionals
Step 00 – Conditionals with Java – Section OverviewStep 01 – Introduction to If Else StatementStep 02 – Introduction to Nested If ElseStep 03 – If Else Statement – PuzzlesStep 04 – If Else Problem – How to get User Input in Java?Step 05 – If Else Problem – How to get number 2 and choice from user?Step 06 – If Else Problem – Implementing with Nested If ElseStep 07 – Java Switch Statement – An introductionStep 08 – Java Switch Statement – Puzzles – Default, Break and Fall ThroughStep 09 – Java Switch Statement – Exercises – isWeekDay, nameOfMonth, nameOfDayStep 10 – Java Ternary Operation – An IntroductionStep 11 – Conditionals with Java – Conclusion
Loops
Step 00 – Java Loops – Section IntroductionStep 01 – Java For Loop – Syntax and PuzzlesStep 02 – Java For Loop – Exercises Overview and First Exercise Prime NumbersStep 03 – Java For Loop – Exercise – Sum Upto N Numbers and Sum of DivisorsStep 04 – Java For Loop – Exercise – Print a Number TriangleStep 05 – While Loop in Java – An IntroductionStep 06 – While Loop – Exericises – Cubes and Squares upto limitStep 07 – Do While Loop in Java – An IntroductionStep 08 – Do While Loop in Java – An Example – Cube while user enters positive numbersStep 09 – Introduction to Break and ContinueStep 10 – Selecting Loop in Java – For vs While vs Do While
Reference Types
Step 00 – Java Reference Types – Section IntroductionStep 01 – Reference Types – How are they stored in Memory?Step 02 – Java Reference Types – PuzzlesStep 03 – String class – Introduction and Exercise – Print each word and char on a new lineStep 04 – String class – Exercise Solution and Some More Important MethodsStep 05 – Understanding String is Immutable and String Concat, Upper Case, Lower Case, Trim methodsStep 06 – String Concatenation and Join, Replace MethodsStep 07 – Java String Alternatives – StringBuffer and StringBuilderStep 08 – Java Wrapper Classes – An Introduction – Why and What?Step 09 – Java Wrapper Classes – Creation – Constructor and valueOfStep 10 – Java Wrapper Classes – Auto Boxing and a Few Wrapper Constants – SIZE, BYTES, MAX_VALUE and MIN_VALUEStep 11 – Java Dates – Introduction to LocalDate, LocalTime and LocalDateTimeStep 12 – Java Dates – Exploring LocalDate – Creation and Methods to play with DateStep 13 – Java Dates – Exploring LocalDate – Comparing Dates and Creating Specific DatesStep 14 – Java Reference Types – Conclusion








Arrays and ArrayLists
Step 00 – Introduction to Array and ArrayList – Section Introduction with a ChallengeStep 01 – Understanding the need and Basics about an ArrayStep 02 – Java Arrays – Creating and Accessing Values – IntroductionStep 03 – Java Arrays – Puzzles – Arrays of Objects, Primitive Data Types, toString and ExceptionsStep 04 – Java Arrays – Compare, Sort and FillStep 05 – Java Arrays – Exercise – Create Student Class – Part 1 – Total and Average MarksStep 06 – Java Arrays – Exercise – Create Student Class – Part 2 – Maximum and Minimum MarkStep 07 – Introduction to Variable Arguments – NeedStep 08 – Introduction to Variable Arguments – BasicsStep 09 – Introduction to Variable Arguments – Enhancing Student ClassStep 10 – Java Arrays – Using Person Objects and String Elements with ExercisesStep 11 – Java String Arrays – Exercise Solutions – Print Day of Week with Most number of letters and moreStep 12 – Adding and Removing Marks – Problem with ArraysStep 13 – First Look at ArrayList – An IntroductionStep 14 – First Look at ArrayList – Refactoring Student Class to use ArrayListStep 15 – First Look at ArrayList – Enhancing Student Class with Add and Remove MarksStep 16 – Introduction to Array and ArrayList – Conclusion
Object Oriented Programming Again
Step 00 – Object Oriented Programming – Level 2 – Section IntroductionStep 01 – Basics of Designing a Class – Class, Object, State and BehaviorStep 02 – OOPS Example – Fan Class – Deciding State and ConstructorsStep 03 – OOPS Example – Fan Class – Deciding Behavior with MethodsStep 04 – OOPS Exercise – Rectangle ClassStep 05 – Understanding Object Composition with Customer Address ExampleStep 06 – Understanding Object Composition – An Exercise – Books and ReviewsStep 07 – Understanding Inheritance – Why do we need it?Step 08 – Object is at top of Inheritance HierarchyStep 09 – Inheritance and Overriding – with toString() methodStep 10 – Java Inheritance – Exercise – Student and Employee ClassesStep 11 – Java Inheritance – Default Constructors and super() method callStep 12 – Java Inheritance – Puzzles – Multiple Inheritance, Reference Variables and instanceofStep 13 – Java Abstract Class – IntroductioStep 14 – Java Abstract Class – First Example – Creating Recipes with Template MethodStep 15 – Java Abstract Class – PuzzlesStep 16 – Java Interface – Example 1 – Gaming Console – How to think about Intefaces?Step 17 – Java Interface – Example 2 – Complex Algorithm – API defined by external teamStep 18 – Java Interface – Puzzles – Unimplemented methods, Abstract Classes, Variables, Default Methods and moreStep 19 – Java Interface vs Abstract Class – A ComparisonStep 20 – Java Interface Flyable and Abstract Class Animal – An ExerciseStep 21 – Polymorphism – An introduction
Collections
Step 01 – Java Collections – Section Overview with Need For CollectionsStep 02 – List Interface – Introduction – Position is KingStep 03 – List Inteface – Immutability and Introduction of Implementations – ArrayList, LinkedList and VectorStep 04 – List Inteface Implementations – ArrayList vs LinkedListStep 05 – List Inteface Implementations – ArrayList vs VectorStep 06 – List Inteface – Methods to add, remove and change elements and listsStep 07 – List and ArrayList – Iterating around elementsStep 08 – List and ArrayList – Choosing iteration approach for printing and deleting elementsStep 09 – List and ArrayList – Puzzles – Type Safety and Removing IntegersStep 10 – List and ArrayList – Sorting – Introduction to Collections sort static methodStep 11 – List and ArrayList – Sorting – Implementing Comparable Inteface in Student ClassStep 12 – List and ArrayList – Sorting – Providing Flexibility by implementing Comparator interfaceStep 13 – List and ArrayList – A SummaryStep 14 – Set Interface – Introduction – No DuplicationStep 15 – Understanding Data Structures – Array, LinkedList and HashingStep 16 – Understanding Data Structures – Tree – Sorted OrderStep 17 – Set Interface – Hands on – HashSet, LinkedHashSet and TreeSetStep 18 – Set Interface – Exercise – Find Unique Characters in a ListStep 19 – TreeSet – Methods from NavigableSet – floor,lower,upper, subSet, head and tailSetStep 20 – Queue Interface – Process Elements in OrderStep 21 – Introduction to PriorityQueue – Basic Methods and Customized PriorityStep 22 – Map Interface – An Introduction – Key and ValueStep 23 – Map Interface – Implementations – HashMap, HashTable, LinkedHashMap and TreeMapStep 24 – Map Interface – Basic OperationsStep 25 – Map Interface – Comparison – HashMap vs LinkedHashMap vs TreeMapStep 26 – Map Interface – Exercise – Count occurances of characters and words in a piece of textStep 27 – TreeMap – Methods from NavigableMap – floorKey, higherKey, firstEntry, subMap and moreStep 28 – Java Collections – Conclusion with Three Tips
Generics
Step 01 – Introduction to Generics – Why do we need Generics?Step 02 – Implementing Generics for the Custom ListStep 03 – Extending Custom List with a Generic Return MethodStep 04 – Generics Puzzles – Restrictions with extends and Generic MethodsStep 05 – Generics and WildCards – Upper Bound and Lower Bound
Introduction to Exception Handling
Step 01 – Introduction to Exception Handling – Your Thought Process during Exception HandlingStep 02 – Basics of Exceptions – NullPointerException and StackTraceStep 03 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – try and catchStep 04 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – Exception Hierarchy, Matching and Catching Multiple ExceptionsStep 05 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – Need for finallyStep 06 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – PuzzlesStep 07 – Checked Exceptions vs Unchecked Exceptions – An ExampleStep 08 – Hierarchy of Errors and Exceptions – Checked and RuntimeStep 09 – Throwing an Exception – Currencies Do Not Match Runtime ExceptionStep 10 – Throwing a Checked Exception – Throws in method signature and handlingStep 11 – Throwing a Custom Exception – CurrenciesDoNotMatchExceptionStep 12 – Write less code with Try with Resources – New Feature in Java 7Step 13 – Basics of Handling Exceptions – Puzzles 2Step 14 – Exception Handling – Conclusion with Best Practices
Java Tips
Java Tip 01 – Imports and Static ImportsJava Tip 02 – BlocksJava Tip 03 – equals methodJava Tip 04 – hashcode methodJava Tip 05 – Class Access Modifiers – public and defaultJava Tip 06 – Method Access Modifiers – public, protected, private and defaultJava Tip 07 – Final classes and Final methodsJava Tip 08 – Final Variables and Final ArgumentsJava Tip 09 – Why do we need static variables?Java Tip 09 – Why do we need static methods?Java Tip 10 – Static methods cannot use instance methods or variablesJava Tip 11 – public static final – Constants
Getting Started with Selenium, JUnit and TestNG
  • Step 01 – Getting Started with Selenium – An Overview
  • Step 02 – Installing Selenium IDE
  • Step 03 – Recording and Replaying Google Search with Selenium IDE
  • Step 04 – Exercise – Recording Facebook Login
  • Step 05 – Advanced Features in Selenium IDE
  • Step 06 – Alternative for Selenium IDE – Katalon Studio
  • Step 07 – Installing and Recording Tests with Katalon Studio
  • Step 08 – Advanced Features of Katalon Studio
  • Step 09 – Export Unit Tests and Set up new Maven Project
  • Step 10 – Adding Maven Dependencies for JUnit, Web Driver Manager and Web Driver
  • Step 11 – Fixing Driver Error with ChromeDriverManager
  • Step 12 – Exercise – Run Facebook JUnit Test
  • Step 13 – Running a Selenium Automation Test – What is happening in Background
  • Step 14 – Install TestNG Plugin and Create New Project with TestNG
  • Step 15 – Export and Run TestNG Test for Google and Facebook
  • Step 16 – Comparing TestNG and JUnit Tests and Course Overview







TestNG vs JUnit
  • Step 01 – Introduction to TestNG vs JUnit
  • Step 02 – Creating a Unit Test for SimpleClass
  • Step 03 – Adding Asserts to Unit Test
  • Step 04 – Exercise – Write more unit test Scenarios
  • Step 05 – Writing Selenium JUnit Automation Test for Google – Part 1
  • Step 06 – Writing Selenium JUnit Automation Test for Google – Part 2
  • Step 07 – Exploring WebDriver Interface
  • Step 08 – Writing Selenium JUnit Automation Test for Google – Part 3
  • Step 09 – Reducing Duplication with @Before and @After JUnit Annotations
  • Step 10 – Time for TestNG – Convert Unit Test to TestNG
  • Step 11 – TestNG Advanced Features – XML Suite and Test Reports
  • Step 12 – TestNG Advanced Features – Running Tests with Parameters defined in XML
  • Step 13 – TestNG Advanced Features – Running Tests in Parallel
Getting Started with HTML, CSS and XPath
  • Step 01 – Why should you learn HTML and CSS
  • Step 02 – How does Web Work – Request, Response, HTML and Browser
  • Step 03 – Installing Web Editor – Brackets
  • Step 04 – First HTML File – Tags, HTML, Head and Body
  • Step 05 – Basic HTML Tags – Paragraph, Div, Heading – H1 to H6
  • Step 06 – Formatting Tags – Bold, Italicized and Quotes
  • Step 07 – Using Tags without closing tag – BR and HR
  • Step 08 – W3C Standards for HTML
  • Step 09 – Creating List of elements with UL LI and OL
  • Step 10 – Organizing Your Data Using Tables
  • Step 11 – Organizing Your Data Using Tables – Exercise Solutions
  • Step 12 – HTML Attributes and Links – Absolute and Relative
  • Step 13 – Image Tag in HTML – Local and Internet Links
  • Step 14 – Introduction to Live Preview Feature in Brackets
  • Step 15 – Nesting of Divs and Understanding align Attribute
  • Step 16 – Getting Data from User using Forms – Text and TextArea
  • Step 17 – Attributes on Text Elements – Size, maxlength, value
  • Step 18 – Choosing among multiple options using Radio Buttons
  • Step 19 – Choosing among multiple options using Select Box
  • Step 20 – Choosing Yes or No with Check Box
  • Step 21 – Submitting a Form and Understanding GET and POST
  • Step 22 – Introduction to Frames
  • Step 23 – Miscellaneous – Password Fields, File Input and Multi Select Box
  • Step 24 – Introduction to CSS
  • Step 25 – CSS for input, select and text area
  • Step 26 – CSS attributes with color, background color
  • Step 27 – Grouping Form Elements with fieldset
  • Step 28 – Styling Fieldsets with CSS
  • Step 29 – Exercise – Styling Lists
  • Step 30 – Using an External CSS File
  • Step 31 – Understanding Class in CSS
  • Step 32 – Making best use of Class in CSS and Multiple Classes
  • Step 33 – Using id with CSS
  • Step 34 – Understanding CSS Selectors and Testing using $$ function
  • Step 35 – CSS Selectors – Identifying Input Element
  • Step 36 – Introduction to XPath Expressions – Absolute and Relative
  • Step 37 – Using id and class in XPath Expressions
  • Step 38 – Using XPath on the Forms Page
  • Step 39 – A Review of XPath Expressions and CSS Selectors
Setting up First Web Application
  • Step 01 – Setting up First Web Application
  • Step 02 – Refactoring Shortcuts To Learn
  • Step 03 – My Favorite Shortcuts – Ctrl + 1 and Ctrl + Space
Selenium Automation – Locators
  • Step 01 – Introduction to the Section
  • Step 02 – Setting up New Project with TestNG
  • Step 03 01 – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Id and WebElement Interface
  • Step 03 02 – Exercise – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Id
  • Step 04 – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Name – Part 1
  • Step 05 – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Name – Part 2
  • Step 06 – Abstracting @BeforeTest and @AfterTest to common super class AbstractChromeWebDriverTest
  • Step 07 – Debugging Errors – Element Not Found Exception
  • Step 08 – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Tag Name
  • Step 09 – Finding Multiple Matching Elements with findElements
  • Step 10 – Finding Multiple Matching input Elements
  • Step 11 – Slowing Tests using sleep for visualizing
  • Step 12 – Automation Test for Entering UserId and Password and Logging in from Login Page
  • Step 13 – Exercise – Create Automation Test fo Login Static Page
  • Step 14 – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Link Text
  • Step 15 – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Partial Link Text
  • Step 16 – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Class
  • Step 17 – Exercise – Selenium Locators – Locate Elements By Class
  • Step 18 – Selenium Locators – Locate Table Element
  • Step 19 – Exercise – Selenium Locators – Locate and Click Table Element
  • Step 20 – Understanding CSS Selectors for Table Data – td
  • Step 21 – Using XPath Expressions to Locate Table Elements
  • Step 22 – Choosing among multiple Selenium Locator Options
  • Step 23 – Improving Performance By Caching WebElements
  • Step 24 – Conclusion
Selenium Automation – Playing with Form Elements
  • Step 01 – Introduction to Section
  • Step 02 – Reading and Setting values into Text Elements using Selenium Web Driver Interface
  • Step 03 – Reading and Setting values into TextArea Elements using Selenium Web Driver Interface
  • Step 04 – Reading value of CheckBox in Automation Tests
  • Step 05 – Setting value of CheckBox in Automation Tests
  • Step 06 – Creating Framework Utility Method for CheckBox in Automation Tests
  • Step 07 – Reading value of Radio Button in Automation Tests
  • Step 08 – Setting value of Radio Button in Automation Tests
  • Step 09 – Reading value of Select Box
  • Step 10 – Reading value of Multi Select Box
  • Step 11 – Setting value of Select Box in Automation Test
  • Step 12 – Conclusion
Selenium Automation – Advanced Testing Scenarios
  • Step 01 – Introduction and Setting up New Project with TestNG and Selenium
  • Step 02 – Reading CSS Styles
  • Step 03 – Exercise – Reading CSS Styles
  • Step 04 – Checking if an element is enabled using isEnabled and Exploring WebDriver Interface








  • Step 05 – More methods in WebDriver Interface – getAttribute, getLocation and getSize
  • Step 06 – Accessing Window Information using WebDriver manage window method
  • Step 07 – Window Navigation in Selenium Automation Test with WebDriver navigate method
  • Step 08 – Automation Testing Modal Windows using Sleep
  • Step 09 – Automation Testing Modal Windows with Implicit Wait
  • Step 10 01 – Automation Testing Modal Windows with Explicit Waits
  • Step 10 02 – Automation Testing Modal Windows with Explicit Waits – Events
  • Step 11 – Testing Alert Boxes with Selenium
  • Step 12 – Window Handles and Basics of Testing New Browser Window Launch
  • Step 13 – Finding the Handle of Newly Launched Window
  • Step 14 – Switching to Newly Launched Window
  • Step 15 – Writing Automation Tests for Frames
  • Step 16 – Taking Screenshot during Automation Test
  • Step 17 – Executing JavaScript Code in Selenium Test
  • Step 18 – Reviewing WebDriver Interface
  • Step 20 – Writing Automation Tests for Tables
  • Step 21 – Designing a basic framework for Tables
  • Step 22 – Using Actions Interface for Basic Actions with Keyboard and Mouse
  • Step 23 – More Actions Interface – Drag, Drop, Hold and Release
Introduction to Cross Browser Automation Testing
  • Step 01 – Introduction to Cross Browser Automation Testing
  • Step 02 – Setting up a New Project and Running Tests in Chrome and Firefox
  • Step 03 – Running Automation Tests in Other Browser – Safari, Internet Explorer and Edge
  • Step 04 – Running Headless Automation Test with PhanthomJS
  • Step 05 – Running Automation Tests with Chrome and Firefox Browsers in Headless mode
  • Step 06 – Designing Cross Browser Automation Test Framework – Part 1
  • Step 07 – Designing Cross Browser Automation Test Framework – Part 2
Data Driven Testing with Data Providers, CSV and Excel Spreadsheets
  • Step 01 – Section Overview
  • Step 02 – Understanding Prerequisites and Login Test Scenario
  • Step 03 – Setting up a new Project with Hardcoded Login Scenario
  • Step 04 – Writing Automation Test for Unsuccessful Login
  • Step 05 – Data Driving Unsuccessful Login Automation Test with DataProvider
  • Step 06 – Adding Passwords to DataProvider
  • Step 07 – Adding Expected Test Result to Data Provider
  • Step 08 – Reading Test Data From CSV File
  • Step 09 – Connecting Test Data Provider to CSV File
  • Step 10 – Setting up Excel File with Google Spreadsheets
  • Step 11 – Reading Test Data From Excel using POI and ExcelReadUtil
  • Step 12 – Understanding ExcelReadUtil
  • Step 13 – Connecting Test Data Provider to Excel File
Implementing Page Object Model for Update Todo Scenario
  • Step 01 – Introduction – Objectives and Prerequisites
  • Step 02 – Setting up a New Project and Creating an outline for the Update Todo Test
  • Step 03 – Writing First Version of Update Todo Automation Test
  • Step 04 – First Working Version of Update todo Test and a Discussion on Maintainability
  • Step 05 – Introduction to Page Object Model
  • Step 06 – Creating Your first Page Object
  • Step 07 – Updating the Automation Test to use Login Page Object
  • Step 08 – Creating Action Methods in Login Page Object
  • Step 09 – Creating Todo Page Object
  • Step 10 – Creating List Todo Page Object
Scaling up with Selenium Standalone and Grid
  • Step 01 – Selenium Standalone and Grid – An Introduction
  • Step 02 – Intallation Step I – NPM using Node JS
  • Step 03 – Intallation Steps II and III – Installing and Launching Selenium Standalone Server
  • Step 04 – Setting up an Automation Project and Creating a Simple Test
  • Step 05 – Creating a New Test to run using Selenium Standalone Server
  • Step 06 – Introduction to Selenium Grid – Hub and Nodes
  • Step 07 – Setting up Selenium Grid with a Hub and 2 Nodes
  • Step 08 – Setting up different browser capabilities for the Nodes in the Selenium Grid                                                 
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