The goal of every IT organization is to deliver a quality software to their clientele, and to complement their goal they give the highest priority to Software Testing. Automation testing acts as an accelerator to their time to market by saving time and effort, and manual testing will remain as the core for quality software delivery. In today’s changing technology landscape, Manual testers are being pushed to learn automation skills. But how? How to empower Manual Testers to do Automation Testing?
There is no such statement as ‘I am now prepared for the interview‘. When facing a Testing interview no matter how many interview questions and answers you have gone through – there is always more to read 🙂 Continuing on our Testing Interview questions series, let’s see some more interesting FAQs…
Every automation tool just provides a way to navigate >> identify >> perform >> repeat. So before moving further on our Selenium series, let’s look at the most common Page elements & User actions to automate.
How does automation script identify different elements on an application page? We call it Element Locators in Selenium Webdriver – The Eyes (Senses)!
Let’s learn how a webpage is rendered in a browser OR the HTML coding basics OR how can Selenium identify the elements on a webpage, uniquely!
Checkpoints refer to a validation point that compares the current value with the expected value for specified properties of an object.
Manual & Automation Testing Interview series – we don’t segregate questions in categories like Manual Testing, Selenium, Mobile Testing or HPE UFT.
Encountering a gecko driver error as you start scripting for Mozilla Firefox using the latest Selenium 3.0.0 Beta release? Know what has changed now!
Parameterization tells UFT how & from where to fetch the Test Data for running the Test cases. One of the simplest method – using the Data Table!
Now that you have downloaded Java, Eclipse and Selenium Webdriver – let’s see how to configure Eclipse with Selenium WebDriver.
In UFT context, View is the GUI representation to facilitate automation scripting. Apart from the code editor UFT offers a Keyword view for non-programmers.
Selenium supports multiple languages, by using language-specific client driver. Since we will be using Java, let’s download WebDriver Java Client.
Eclipse is the most widely used Java IDE in the programming world. It contains a base workspace and an extensible plug-in system for customizing the environment. Eclipse itself is written mostly in Java and its primary use is for developing Java applications, but it may also be used to develop applications in other programming languages through the use of plugins. Continuing on our zeal to learn automation via Selenium, let’s learn how to download and start Eclipse IDE.
What are the pre-requisites to writing automation scripts in Selenium? Obviously, you need the tools first. Additionally you need to finalize the programming language you will be using to write test scripts and install the associated IDE. As ‘Java’ is the most popular & widely used programming language across the world (both for development & automation testing) – we will be focusing on writing scripts in Java using Selenium. For that first you need to have the ‘Java Development Kit’, Eclipse IDE and Selenium WebDriver. Let’s start with installing ‘Java Development Kit’, popularly known as JDK.