Unit and integration tests can help you catch a range of bugs, but not all aspects can be covered at this level of testing.
Unit and integration tests can help you catch a range of bugs, but not all aspects can be covered at this level of testing. Even if the unit and integration tests pass, you could still open up your web app only to see it fail because of errors, even at the production stage. This course, Automated Business Readable Web Tests with Selenium and SpecFlow, will show you how to prevent failure from happening. First, you’ll learn about why you might want to use automated tests–as well, you’ll be introduced to Selenium, learn how it talks to web drivers, and how to create tests inside of it. Next, you’ll see how you can put SpecFlow into the mix to make these tests business-readable and learn about some common maintainability issues. Finally, you’ll learn how to use page object models to create test code that is more easily maintained. By the end of this course, you will have the skills you need to create tests that will catch even the smallest errors, and as a result, you’ll be able to create better, more fail-safe apps
Creating automated tests for a web application can be challenging. Two of the biggest barriers to getting started are picking an automation tool and developing a framework for writing the tests. This course explores how to use the popular browser automation framework, Selenium, to create automated tests for web applications. We will examine using Selenium to directly record from within a Firefox browser, as well as using C# to automate the web browser using Selenium’s API. We will also explore how to distribute tests over multiple machines using Selenium Server’s grid capabilities. The course concludes with the implementation of a simple, maintainable framework for testing a web application using Selenium.
What you’ll learn
At the end of this course, you will have detailed understanding of Web Automation Frameworks
You will be able to EXPLAIN, DESIGN and IMPLEMENT structured AUTOMATION FRAMEWORKS
You should be able to lead any Selenium Automation Project on your own
You will have required skills to automate any web application
You will be able to get hands on Python Programming Language
You will be able to understand and write efficient testing code
You will be able to perform CROSS-BROWSER testing
You will have good understanding of Unittest and Pytest Frameworks
If you are looking for a job, with all this great knowledge you should be easily able to clear Selenium Automation interviews