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  • Veda Myself and Vivek are here to talk about “Agile Unit Testing with Mock Objects” and share our practical experiences on Mock Objects with you guys.
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    • 1. Selenium Introduction
      • Ruturaj Doshi
        • Quality Analyst, ThoughtWorks
    • 2. AGENDA
      • Introduction to Selenium
        • Selenium and its Forms
        • Selenium Core
        • Selenium RC
        • Deployment
        • Object locators
        • Features
        • Add On's
          • Selenium IDE
          • Locator tools.
      • Demo
      • Q & A
    • 3. SELENIUM AND ITS FORMS
      • Selenium Core
      • Selenium RC
      • Selenium IDE
      • Selenium GRID
    • 4. SELENIUM CORE
      • A Functional testing tool for web applications
      • Tests run directly in the browser
      • Selenium is implemented entirely with browser technology
        • JavaScript
        • DHTML
        • Frames
      • Works by looking at the DOM
      • Selenium deploys its BrowserBot alongside your application
      • Selenium uses JavaScript and IFrames to embed the BrowserBot in your browser
      • Works with virtually any JavaScript-enabled browser
      • The engine is tweaked to support a wide range of browsers on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
    • 5. SELENIUM RC
      • Where the browser is under the control of another process
      • Drivers exist for Java, .NET, Python, and Ruby
      • The Browser Bot takes instructions from the adjacent process
        • However, JavaScript cannot open sockets (Cross-site scripting issues)
        • The Selenese driver continuously requests pages from the driving
        • process, delivered as plain text
        • This is reply/request (rather than request/reply)
    • 6. DEPLOYMENT
    • 7. DEPLOYMENT
    • 8. FEATURES
      • Multi Platform support
        • Windows,Linux,Mac
      • Multi browser support
        • IE, Firefox, Safari, Netscape
      • Multiple programming Language support
        • C#, Java, Ruby, Python
      • Xpath, Htmlid, DOM, Css selector
      • Support Ajax
      • ProxyInjection Mode
      • Experimental Browsers provided to test secured sites
      • Easy to use, small learning curve
      • Free-Open source
      • Matured Community
    • 9. OBJECT LOCATOR
      • HTML-ID’s
        • Id=LoginButton
      • xpath= xpathExpression
        • Locate an element using an XPath expression. XPath locators must
        • begin with "//".
        • xpath=//img[@alt='The image alt text']
        • xpath=//table[@id='table1']//tr[4]/td[2]
      • link= textPattern
        • Select the link (anchor) element which contains text matching the specified pattern.
        • link=The link text
      • css=cssSelectorSyntax
        • Select the element using css selectors.
        • css=a[href="#id3"]
        • css=span#firstChild + span
    • 10. ADD ON'S : LOCATOR TOOLS
      • XPather
      • https://addons.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?id=1192
      • XPath Checker
      • https://addons.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?id=1095
      • FireBug
      • https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1843
    • 11. ADD ON'S : SELENIUM IDE
      • FireFox extension
      • Not just a recorder
      • Easy record and playback
      • Intelligent field selection will use
      • IDs, names, or XPath as needed
      • Auto complete for all common
      • Selenium commands
      • Walk through tests
      • Debug and set breakpoints
      • Save tests as HTML, Ruby scripts,
      • or any other format
      • Support for Selenium
      • Userextensions.js file
      • Option to automatically assert the
      • title of every page
    • 12. HOW TO START SELENIUM RC SERVER
      • Dependencies : Java must be installed on your machine and java home is configured in PATH.
      • Command to be typed on command prompt.
      • Java –jar Selenium-server.jar
      • By Default Selenium server runs on port 4444.
      • We can make Selenium port use configurable. Start Selenium server with above command
      • Java –jar Selenium-server.jar –port 9000
      • When we do this we also need to modify port while instanstbase class where we modify port.
      • E.g. Iselenium selenium = new DefaultSelenium(“localhost”,9000,”*firefox”,”http://www.google.com”)
    • 13. SAVING TEST RESULTS IN SELENIUM
      • Selenium RC allow you to dump all script execution log in one file.
      • Java –jar Selenium-server.jar –log debug.txt
      • Log shown in file look like this
      • TIMESTAMP LEVEL [THREAD] LOGGER-MESSAGE
      • The Java implementation of the Selenium Server logs plenty of logging messages, but the JavaScript on the browser side (Selenium Core) also logs important messages; in many cases, these can be more useful to the end-user than the regular Selenium Server log
    • 14. Q & A
    • 15. Selenium download @ http://www.openqa.com/Selenium http://openqa.org/selenium-rc/ Email: [email_address]

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