Selenium Certification Online Training Course

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Edutech Skills online Selenium preparing foundation assists you with learning Selenium and become an ensured Selenium Tester. As a feature of the course, you will learn Selenium segments, for example, Selenium IDE, RC, Selenium WebDriver, and Selenium Grid through active ventures and contextual investigations.

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What will you learn in this Selenium online training course?

You will be learning about the following topics in this Selenium certification training program:

  1. Advantages of Selenium automation testing
  2. Selenium RC
  3. Deploying Selenium IDE functions and commands
  4. Sikuli, JUnit, and the TestNG plugin in Eclipse
  5. Object repository and Maven
  6. Introduction to Selenium WebDriver
  7. Selenium WebDriver training programs, including Textbox, Checkbox, and multiple Windows
  8. Using Selenium Grid for software automation testing

Who should take up this Selenium certification training?

Below professionals should take up this Selenium course online to boost their career:

  1. Software Developers, Testers, and QA Engineers
  2. System Analysts, Administrators, and BI and ETL Professionals

What are the prerequisites for taking up this A4Q Selenium Tester certification program?

Having a basic knowledge of C or Java is beneficial but not mandatory for taking up this Selenium certification training.

Why should you take up this best Selenium certification training?

You should learn this automation testing tool because:

  • The global software testing market to reach US$50 billion shorty – NASSCOM
  • Selenium supports more browsers and languages than any other testing tool
  • A Selenium Tester in the United States can earn around US$87,000 annually – Indeed

Today, due to the ubiquity of software, testing them is of prime importance. Selenium tool is used for automation testing. Edutech skills is offering a comprehensive software automation testing

Module 01 – Core Java Concepts

1.1 Introduction to Java programming
1.2 Defining Java
1.3 Need for Java
1.4 Platform independence in Java
1.5 Defining JRE, JVM, and JDK
1.6 Important features and evolution of Java

Module 02 – Writing Java Programs Using Java Principles

2.1 What is object-oriented programming?
2.2 The concept of abstraction, attributes, methods, constructors, inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism
2.3 Overview of coding
2.4 Setting up the required environment
2.5 Knowing the available IDEs
2.6 Writing a basic-level Java program
2.7 Defining a package
2.8 What are Java comments?
2.9 Understanding the concept of Reserved Words
2.10 Introduction to Java statements
2.11 What are blocks in Java?
2.12 Classes and different methods

Module 03 – Getting Started with Selenium

3.1 Introduction to Selenium testing
3.2 Understanding the significance of automation testing
3.3 Benefits of Selenium automation testing
3.4 Comparison of Selenium and Quick Test Professional

Module 04 – Selenium Features

4.1 Understanding the Selenium Integrated Development Environment
4.2 The concept of Selenium Remote Control
4.3 Working with Selenium Grid
4.4 Selenium Web Grid

Module 05 – Deep Dive into Selenium IDE

5.1 Detailed understanding of the Selenium IDE features,
5.2 Addition of script assertions
5.3 General Selenese commands
5.4 Deploying the first Selenium script and options
5.5 IDE Test Suite, sample project IDE, and recording a Selenium test case
5.6 Selenium limitations

Hands-on Exercise:
1. Record a test case
2. Execute the first test case

Module 06 – Selenium WebDriver Automation

6.1 The basic architecture of Selenium WebDriver
6.2 Download and installation
6.3 Creating a Java function and executing it

Hands-on Exercise:
1. Install Selenium WebDriver

Module 07 – Fire Path Installation

7.1 Deploying Web-Drivers for scripting
7.2 Getting the HTML source of Web Element, Table and Form Elements
7.3 FireBug extension and Fire Path installation

Hands-on Exercise:
1. Set up a Grid

Module 08 – Searching Elements

8.1 Locator and Locator-ID
8.2 Deploying searching elements using the link text and the name
8.3 Using XPath
8.4 Searching elements using CSS and Web-Element properties

Hands-on Exercise:
1. Deploy searching elements using the link text
2. Using the name
3. Using XPath
4. Search elements using CSS and Web-Element properties

Module 09 – Advanced User Interactions and Cross Browser Testing

9.1 Working with Advanced User Interactions
9.2 Understanding the various features, such as drag-and-drop, double click, keys, and context
9.3 Deploying Cross Browser Testing using WebDriver and executing tests in Chrome and Firefox

Hands-on Exercise:
1. Deploy and execute a test case for Chrome
2. Deploy and execute a test case for Firefox

Module 10 – Introduction to TestNG Plugin

10.1 Installation of the TestNG plugin in Eclipse
10.2 TestNG sample script and understanding Selenium test script writing
10.3 TestNG test suites creation and HTML and XML report generation using TestNG

Hands-on Exercise:

1. Install the TestNG plugin in Eclipse
2. Write a TestNG script and execute
3. Generate an HTML report
4. Generate an XML report

Module 11 – TestNG Terminology

11.1 Annotations, parameters, and groups: include and exclude
11.2 Test result and data providers

Hands-on Exercise:

1. Mark annotation group test results

Module 12 – TestNG Data Providers

12.1 TestNG data providers
12.2 Screenshot on failed test cases
12.3 Wait statements of Web Driver
12.4 Wait in Selenium
12.5 Explicit wait and implicit wait
12.6 Fluent wait
12.7 Page load timeout

Hands-on Exercise:
1. Capture screenshot on a failed test case and setup wait timeout to wait for page load before resuming test execution

Module 13 – Maven Integration

13.1 Introduction to Maven
13.2 Maven usage
13.3 Configuring Maven with Eclipse
13.4 Taking automatic updates
13.5 Running tests in Maven
13.6 Creating a POM.xml file
13.7 Maven integration tool

Module 14 – WebDriver Sample Programs

14.1 Working with text box, button, link, checkbox, drop-down, and radio button
14.2 Selecting and displaying values
14.3 Writing all values in Notepad/Excel/WordPad
14.4 Capturing a screenshot (positive)
14.5 On load alerts and scroll down page in JavaScript
14.6 HTML Unit Driver
14.7 Managing multiple windows and AJAX auto suggestions
14.8 Managing web tables

Hands-on Exercise:

1. Use text box, button, checkbox, drop-down, and radio buttons
2. Display views
3. Capture a screenshot
4. Manage web tables

Module 15 – JUnit Operations and the Test Framework

15.1 Annotations in JUnit
15.2 Methods in JUnit
15.3 JUnit Test Suites
15.4 Ant Build and JUnit reporting
15.5 Test framework, data-driven framework, keyword-driven framework, and hybrid framework and the execution of the test case from the test framework

Hands-on Exercise:

1. Load an Excel file
2. Execute a test case using a data-driven framework
3. Execute a test case using the keyword-driven framework

Module 16 – Object Repository

16.1 Understanding object repository
16.2 Using OR in scripts
16.3 Learning sample scripts using object repository
16.4 Page object modeling
16.5 Page factory

Hands-on Exercise:

1. Use OR in scripts
2. Implement POM

Module 17 – Test Data Management

17.1 Test Data Management

Hands-on Exercise:

1. Load an Excel file
2. Execute a test case using a data-driven framework
3. Execute a test case using a keyword-driven framework

Module 18 – Selenium Grid Concept

18.1 Selenium Grid overview
18.2 Executing single script in different browsers and different scripts in different browsers

Hands-on Exercise:

1. Set up a Grid

Module 19 – Mobile App Testing Using Appium (Self-paced)

19.1 UiAutomator framework in Appium
19.2 Locating elements in an Android app using UiAutomator view
19.3 Automation testing for android apps

Hands-on Exercise:

1. Write a test case using UiAutomator for an Android app

Module 20 – Implementing the BDD Framework Using Cucumber (Self-paced)

Learning objective: Gain insights into the several concepts of Agile testing, along with the benefits of the Agile environment for the BDD framework. Also, you will learn to make use of Gherkin and Cucumber to use Selenium to write BDD acceptance tests.

Topics:

20.1 Testing with Agile
20.2 Behavior-driven development (BDD)
20.3 Pros and cons of BDD
20.4 Fundamentals of Cucumber
20.5 Cucumber Gherkin syntax
20.6 Cucumber feature file step definition
20.7 Cucumber benefits
20.8 Using Cucumber to implement the BDD framework

Hands-on:

1. Implementation of BDD frameworks via Cucumber