Duration: 2 Days
End to End Testing with Selenium & Cucumber
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Prerequisites:All attendees must have substantial prior experience developing with Java. If attendees will not have prior Java experience, we would be delighted to proceed this class with a one- or two-day intensive Java primer.
- Prior testing and/or automation experience
- Good command of the Java language
- Good command of HTML and DOM fundamentals
By the end of this course, the students will be able to:
- Create test scripts using Selenium Builder.
- Know how to use the online documentation, and the WebDriver API.
- Create, debug and maintain Selenium test scripts.
- Understand and be able to communicate the concepts necessary for testing with Selenium.
- Interact and verify web elements using selectors
- Refactor existing scripts to leverage the Page Object Model.
- Use Behavior Driven Development techniques
- Understanding BDD
- Compare BDD with TDD
- Understand that BDD defines specifies requirements
- Be able to classify Selenium vs Cucumber
- Understand Automated Testing
- Acceptance vs Regression Tests
Getting Started with JUnit & Selenium
- Selenium Overview
- Create an new project with JUnit
- Create your first test
- Write assertions & run tests.
- Generate tests with Selenium Builder
- Running Tests & TestSuites
- Refactoring Test Scripts (with IntelliJ)
- Understanding the Web Driver API
- Element IDs & Name Selectors
- CSS & XPath Selectors
- Mouse & Keyboard Input
- Timeouts and Waits
Page Object Model & Page Factory
- Maintaining tests using the Page Object model
- Refactor existing scripts to leverage Page Object Model
- Cucumber Acceptance Tests using Selenium
- Cucumber Overview
- Following the user story style
- Defining Cucumber steps as maintainable functions
- Best practices for creating maintainable test scenarios and step definitions
- Scenario Outlines
WebDriver & Multiple Browsers
- Requirements for running tests in multiple browsers
- Creating test suites for multiple browsers
- Creating portable tests
- Installing and maintaining WebDrivers for multiple browsers
- Best Practices (touched on throughout the course)
- Continuous Integration
- Iterative Development
All attendees receive courseware and the latest/best Selenium textbook as of the date of training.
SOFTWARE NEEDED FOR EACH STUDENT PC:
- Firefox & Chrome Browser
- Firebug, Firepath, Selenium Builderr
- Java Development Kit (JDK) 8.x (or 7.x)
- IntelliJ IDE (ideally to take advantage of refactoring tools) or code editor of your choice
- Maven 3.x