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Within fast moving agile software development teams it becomes important to test user interfaces as they are being coded. Automated Testing techniques using Selenium 2 allow for test replay of important features as development progresses. Selenium IDE and Selenium Web Driver are important tools for any tester or developer to use in ensuring software quality and making changes with confidence. This interactive, hands-on workshop provides an understanding and advanced techniques in the use of Selenium 2 with hands on practice. The practice exercises are tailored to various skill levels and type of application being tested, from simple forms to complex web applications.
The class will teach participants to:
Understand trade-offs of automated vs. manual testing.
Record, edit and play back Selenium IDE tests against multiple types of web applications.
Minimize test failure due to normal changes to code.
Understanding of basic Selenium commands to get through common issue with web applications.
Use of Eclipse to run tests individually and as a group to generate test failure reports.
Learn how to help developers understand the importance of making applications more testable to improve usability.


Overview of automated testing
Selenium Suite Overview
Selenium 2 Limitations
Selenium IDE
HTML Locator strategy and false test failure
Firefox Firebug and reading HTML
Selenium Web Driver setup
Eclipse and JUnit (Don't Panic it's just code)
Convert Selenium IDE tests into Selenium 2 Java WebDriver tests
Working with unsupported commands from Selenium IDE
Dealing with security and certificates
Selenium Web Driver practice workshop
Learn how to test in multiple browsers and generate metrics and reports
Discussion of setting up Selenium Web Driver for continuous integration

Bonus Features:

Sample Selenium Web Driver code
Scripts to run JUnit test suites on multiple browsers and generate reports and metrics
List of web resources and blogs for reference
Laminated CSS selector cheat sheet
Laminated Selenium 2 command reference
Courses Offered in Our Training Institute:

3)SharePoint 2010
4)Testing TOOLs - QTP, QC , Load Runner, Selenium

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  1. 1. Selenium Open Source Tool
  2. 2. What is Selenium? • Javascript framework that runs in your web-browser • Works anywhere Javascript is supported • Hooks for many other languages – Java, Ruby, Python • Can simulate a user navigating through pages and then assert for specific marks on the pages • All you need to really know is HTML to start using it right away
  3. 3. Where to get it? • You can use Selenium-Core and customize everything • But it is easier to just get a Firefox plug-in “Selenium-IDE” that helps you “record” test cases • You can record how an app is being used and then play back those recordings followed by asserts • Get everything at:
  4. 4. Selenium IDEThe root of web application you want to test The list of actions in the actual test case to execute The log of the events that were executed, including any errors or warning that may have occurred
  5. 5. Selenium IDE Execution Commands Try the test in the Web based TestRunner Reference of the currently selected command Record test actions Specify commands, includin g asserts
  6. 6. Test Creation Demo • Create test case to log into the gallery • Create test case to log out of the gallery
  7. 7. Start Pixory Connect to the Server Go to the Login Screen Hit the Record Button
  8. 8. Type in Username and Password IDE should update Hit submit Hit record again to stop
  9. 9. Add assertTextPresent and type the text to search for Hit play to make sure your test is successful
  10. 10. Creating a Test Suite • A Test Suite in Selenium is just an HTML file that contains a table of links to tests <html> <head> <meta content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" http-equiv="content-type"> <title>Demo Test Suite</title> </head> <body> <table id="suiteTable"> <tbody> <tr><td> <b>Demo Test Suite</b> </td></tr> <tr><td> <a href="./testLogin.html">TestLogin</a> </td></tr> <tr><td> <a href="./testLogout.html">TestLogout</a> </td></tr> </tbody> </table> </body> </html>
  11. 11. Executing the Test Suite • Selenium Core is a collection of Javascript and HTML with iFrames – Due to security concerns Core must be deployed within the same server as the application being hosted – The simplest way to run Pixory is to just run the Java application and let it use its own server – Problems using Core with Pixory • Selenium IDE is a plug-in for Firefox and thus can go around these restrictions
  12. 12. Running the Test Suite • We basically want to execute the test suite using the Selenium IDE plug-in TestRunner.html chrome://selenium- ide/content/selenium/TestRunner.html?baseURL=<BASE>&tes t=file:///<TEST SUITE FILE>&auto=true chrome://selenium-ide/content/selenium/TestRunner.html? baseURL=http://localhost:8081&test=file:///Users/ms333/ projects/classes/running/v_and_v/hw3/selenium/test/Test Suite.html&auto=true
  13. 13. Test Suite
  14. 14. Test Suite Application being tested Test Cases Steps of the test case Execution Control
  15. 15. Test Runner Control
  16. 16. Test Runner Control Run All Tests Run Selected Test Pause/Play Execution Step through Execution Control Speed of Execution Highlight Elements in the Execution View the DOM of the current Page being tested Summary of the Test View the log of the current
  17. 17. TestRunner Demo • Execute Tests created inside the Firefox TestRunner
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