After the completion of the course, the participants will understand the concepts of selenium tool; plan an effective load test; create functional test scenarios; execute scenarios; record and play; and analyze the results.

This two day workshop is a mix of case-driven, instructor-led, and self-paced learning, designed to enable participants learn, experiment and implement the concepts covered in selenium tool.

Module 1 – Introduction
Test Automation Introduction | Open Source Vs Licensed Software
Module 2 -Introduction to Selenium
Introduction to Selenium | What is Selenium? | History of Selenium | Selenium IDE | Record and Play First script | Understanding your script | Exporting Test case | Selenium RC Overview | Creating project in Eclipse | Running test from Eclipse
Module 3 – Selenium 2.0
Introduction to Web Driver  | Downloading and configuring Webdriver in Eclipse | Drivers for HtmlUnit, FireFox, InternetExplorer | Installing Firebug and Firepath | Identifying WebElements using id, name, linkname, class, xpath, tagname, CSS | Hands-on Exercise | Handling Input Box/Buttons | Handling WebList  | Handling Radio Buttons, CheckBoxes | Handling Dropdown | Handling Dynamic objects | Hands-on Exercise | Handling Dynamic objects | Example of Pop up handling | Implicit and Explicit wait | Handling Ajax Autosuggests | Hands-on Exercise
Module 4 – Test NG
What is TestNG | Installing TestNg in Eclipse | TestNG Annotations | Running a Test using TestNG | Assertions / Error Reporting | Implementing Data driven framework using DataProvider | Hands-on Exercise
Module 5 – Selenium Grid
SW Why Grid? | How it works? | Getting Started, Using it




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