Automated Testing With Selenium WebDriver Training

Class modules include hands-on labs where you will be able to apply the concepts just learned to developing Selenium automated Java tests.  Students will work with a complex Web Application that requires a number of testing scenarios.
Course Details


3 days


This is a hands on programming course designed for experienced Web and Test Engineer Developers who are new to Selenium. Students must be able to develop Java Application in an IDE like Eclipse.

Students should also have a background in:
  • Web technologies
  • Testing concepts
  • Knowledge of HTML DOM and Object Oriented Development is helpful

Target Audience

Experienced Java developers working as Web Developers, Test Engineers or other IT Personnel who want to learn how to use Selenium to automate Web Application tests.

Skills Gained

  • Understand the major building blocks of the Selenium tool suite
  • How to use Selenium WebDriver to write web application automated test scrips in Java.
  • How to control test script execution with waits.
  • How to use Selenium Advanced User Interactions.
  • Advanced Selenium features including popup-windows, Automating Ajax applications, and taking screen shots.
  • How to use the Katalon IDE recorder as a prototype productivity tool
  • Use the Selenium POM Pattern and PageFactory to design maintainable, reusable, automated tests scripts
  • Version considerations and migration between Selenium 2 (WebDriver) and Selenium 3
  • Understand Selenium's futures including the WebDriver W3C Specification and the Selenium Roadmap
Course Outline
  • Introduction to Test Automation
    • Variations of Test Automation
    • Test Harness Tools
    • Benefits of Test Automation
    • What to test
    • The Testing Pyramid
    • Test Data
  • Introduction to Selenium
    • Selenium Suite of Testing Tools
    • History of Selenium
    • Selenium Browser Drivers
    • Version Considerations
    • W3C WebDriver Specification
    • JSON Wire Protocol
    • Selenium Roadmap
    • Downloading and Installing Selenium
  • Selenium WebDriver
    • Introduction to WebDriver
    • Test script as Java code
    • The Selenium WebDriver library
    • The Main WebDriver classes
    • WebDriver Capabilities
    • Setting up Selenium WebDriver projects
    • Using Maven and Gradle build tools
  • Working with Selenium WebElements
    • WebElements as Nodes in the DOM
    • Locating WebElements on the Web Page
    • Using Katalon Recorder as a Prototype Time Saver
    • Interacting with WebElements
    • Retrieving WebElements
    • Verifying WebElements
    • Submitting a Form
  • Working with Selenium Clickable WebElements
    • Working with Clickable WebElements
    • Handling Radi   buttons and Check Boxes
    • Working with Select Drop Down Elements
  • Accessing Links Using Selenium WebDriver
    • Exact and Partial Link Text Match
    • Case-sensitivity
    • Using CSS to Locate WebElements
  • Accessing Tables Using Selenium WebDriver
    • HTML Tables Structure
    • Advanced Strategies for Locating WebElements
    • Using XPath to find WebElements
    • Table Utilities
  • Page Object Model (POM) Pattern
    • Introduction to POM (Page Object Model)
    • Making Automated Test Scripts Maintainable
    • POM Benefits
    • How to Refactor a Project to POM
  • Testing Frameworks
    • Testing Frameworks
    • Modular
    • Data Driven
    • Keyword-Driven
    • Hybrid
    • Using Apache POI to Access Test Data
  • The Selenium Page Factory
    • Introduction to the Page Factory
    • PageFactory implicit Instantiations
    • Page Factory Annotations
    • Lazy Instantiations and Caching
  • Working with Multiple Windows
    • Working with alert pop-ups
    • Switching between multiple windows
    • Working with iFrames
    • Dealing with OS Generated pop-ups
  • Controlling Test Execution
    • Waiting on a Web Page Element
    • Implicit Waits
    • Explicit Waits
    • Specifying Expected Conditions
    • Working with Ajax Controls Using WebDriver
    • Overview of Ajax
    • Issues testing Ajax model
    • Pros and Cons of different methods to wait on Ajax
  • Advanced User Interactions
    • Introduction to Advanced User Interactions
    • Keyboard & Mouse Events
    • Building a Series of Multiple Actions
  • Advanced Web Application Access
    • Taking Screenshot Using WebDriver
    • Working with Colors
    • HTML5 Considerations
    • Handling HTML5 Date Time Picker Using Selenium
    • Working with Non-Text Pressable Keys or Unicode PUA Code points
    • Menu Selection
  • Selenium Wisdom
    • Selenium Guidelines and Recommendations
    • Selenium Worst Practices to Avoid
    • Selenium References