Selenium Test Automation - Keytorc Approach


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Selenium Test Automation

One of the most important success factors in test automation is selection of the right tool. Among a broad range of commercial and free tools Selenium has become one of the mainstream tools in the market. Although it is an open source tool it is very flexible, robust and has a rich feature set especially for regression testing. It also has advanced integration capabilities with other commercial and open source tools and frameworks.
As the leading Software Testing company in its region Keytorc has a dedicated team specialized on test automation team with Selenium.
For more information about Selenium and test automation please contact with our team:

Selenium ile Test Otomasyonu

Test otomasyonunda en önemli başarı faktörlerinden biri doğru test aracını seçmektir.
Çok sayıda ticari ve ücretsiz open source aracın olduğu test otomasyon pazarında son birkaç senede Selenium en çok kullanılan araçlardan bir tanesi haline gelmiştir.
Ücretsiz olmasına rağmen Selenium esnek, güvenilir ve özellikle regresyon testleri için zengin özelliklere sahip bir otomasyon aracıdır. Selenium’un bir çok farklı test otomasyon aracı ve yazılım geliştirme platformu ile entegrasyon özelliği bulunmaktadır.
Yazılım test sektörünün lider firması olan Keytorc’un Selenium konusunda uzmanlaşmış bir ekibi bulunmaktadır. Selenium ile test otomasyonu konusunda daha fazla bilgi almak için test otomasyon uzmanlarımızla iletişime geçebilirsiniz.

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Selenium Test Automation - Keytorc Approach

  1. 1. Test Automation with Selenium
  2. 2. Selenium Selenium automates browsers. That's it. What you do with that power is entirely up to you. Primarily it is for automating web applications for testing purposes, but is certainly not limited to just that. Boring web-based administration tasks can (and should!) also be automated as well. Selenium has the support of some of the largest browser vendors who have taken (or are taking) steps to make Selenium a native part of their browser. It is also the core technology in countless other browser automation tools, APIs and frameworks. Source:
  3. 3. Selenium 1.0
  4. 4. Selenium IDE Selenium IDE is a Firefox plugin which records and plays back user interactions with the browser. Use this to either create simple scripts or assist in exploratory testing. It can also export Remote Control or WebDriver scripts, though they tend to be somewhat brittle and should be overhauled into some sort of Page Object-y structure for any kind of resiliency. Start and Stop Recording Script Editor Selenium Log
  5. 5. Selenium 1.0 – Remote Control Selenium RC was the main Selenium project for a long time, before the WebDriver/Selenium merge brought up Selenium 2, the newest and more powerful tool. Selenium 1 is still actively supported (mostly in maintenance mode) and provides some features that may not be available in Selenium 2 for a while, including support for several languages (Java, Javascript, Ruby, PHP, Python, Perl and C#) and support for almost every browser out there.
  6. 6. Selenium 1.0 – Grid Selenium-Grid allows the Selenium RC solution to scale for large test suites and for test suites that must be run in multiple environments. Selenium Grid allows you to run your tests in parallel, that is, different tests can be run at the same time on different remote machines. This additional server piece allows the several Remote Control servers to accessed in parallel by one or more driving processes. You may want to do this if you want to use scale to speed everything up, or because you need to test on Mac and/or Linux, as well as Windows from one driving test-suite.
  7. 7. Selenium 2.0 – WebDriver The primary new feature in Selenium 2.0 is the integration of the WebDriver API. WebDriver is designed to provide a simpler, more concise programming interface in addition to addressing some limitations in the Selenium-RC API. Selenium WebDriver was developed to better support dynamic web pages where elements of a page may change without the page itself being reloaded. WebDriver’s goal is to supply a well-designed object-oriented API that provides improved support for modern advanced web-app testing problems.
  8. 8. Selenium 1.0 vs. 2.0  Selenium WebDriver makes direct calls to the browser using each browser’s native support for automation.  For those familiar with Selenium-RC, this is quite different from what you are used to. Selenium-RC worked the same way for each supported browser. It ‘injected’ javascript functions into the browser when the browser was loaded and then used its javascript to drive the AUT within the browser. WebDriver does not use this technique. Again, it drives the browser directly using the browser’s built in support for automation.
  9. 9. Selenium WebDriver – Development Environment  IntelliJ, development environment  JUnit, unit testing framework  Maven, build tool
  10. 10. IntelliJ IntelliJ IDEA is a Java IDE by JetBrains, available as an Apache 2 Licensed community edition and commercial edition. It is often simply referred to as "IDEA" or "IntelliJ"
  11. 11. IntelliJ
  12. 12. JUnit JUnit is a unit testing framework for the Java programming language. JUnit has been important in the development of test-driven development, and is one of a family of unit testing frameworks which is collectively known as xUnit that originated with SUnit. JUnit is linked as a JAR at compile-time; the framework resides under package junit.framework for JUnit 3.8 and earlier, and under package org.junit for JUnit 4 and later. A JUnit test fixture is a Java object. With older versions of JUnit, fixtures had to inherit from junit.framework.TestCase, but the new tests using JUnit 4 should not do this. Test methods must be annotated by the @Test annotation.
  13. 13. JUnit
  14. 14. JUnit  If you do not use IDE, add a method ‘suite()’, it automatically creates a test suite including all test methods.  Then add a main method and use textui runner run all test cases.
  15. 15. Maven Maven is a build automation tool used primarily for Java projects. Maven serves a similar purpose to the Apache Ant tool, but it is based on different concepts and works in a different manner. Maven uses an XML file to describe the software project being built, its dependencies on other external modules and components, the build order, directories, and required plugins.  It comes with pre-defined targets for performing certain well-defined tasks such as compilation of code and its packaging. Maven dynamically downloads Java libraries and Maven plug-ins from one or more repositories such as the Maven 2 Central Repository, and stores them in a local cache.  This local cache of downloaded artifacts can also be updated with artifacts created by local projects. Public repositories can also be updated. .
  16. 16. Maven Maven projects are configured using a Project Object Model, which is stored in a pom.xml-file. This POM only defines a unique identifier for the project (coordinates) and its dependency on the JUnit framework. However, that is already enough for building the project and running the unit tests associated with the project. Maven accomplishes this by embracing the idea of Convention over Configuration, that is, Maven provides default values for the project's configuration.
  17. 17. Maven The directory structure of a normal idiomatic Maven project has the following directory entries:
  18. 18. Selenium Webdriver – Getting Started How to create a simple Selenium Webdriver test using Java, IntelliJ, Junit and Maven
  19. 19. Contact Bize Ulaşın Keytorc Software Testing Services