Designing selenium webdriver scripts in an effective manner to reduce script rework and Reporting Dashboard

schedule Sep 5th 10:30 AM - Jan 1st 12:00 AM place Esquire

Automating a test scenario can be pretty easy once we get a hold of any tool. Designing hundreds of tests and making sure that the script rework involved for each release is at minimum, takes a good level of experience. Collection of such good practices & the architecture for designing all your test scripts will be demonstrated.

To enable you start with selenium webdriver for your own project. Template which will quickly facilitate you to initiate scripting with some of our additional user defined libraries. Example, read/write to excel sheet and many other. Hands on practice for scripting test scenarios as per the automation architecture to ensure less maintenance of scripts.

We will also demonstrate how to handle reporting for hundreds of tests on real time basis for each test suite and hence making our stakeholders aware of the test results on real-time. Our code for this reporting dashboard will be available for the testing community on github.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • Architecture diagram :: Quick walk-through to all items of good practices
    • Low level/ High Level/ Utils
    • Page Objects
    • TestNG Annotations
    • Data-driven
    • Our own user defined library
    • Reporting parser & dashboard for real-time status
    • Global Configuration file
    • Multi-threading: Serial, Parallel, Distributed
    • and so on...
  • Hands on exercises covering the automation architecture features
  • Brainstorm on what new designs can reduce test scripts maintenance
    • Example: Self-Generating Test Artifacts for Selenium/Webdriver ~Marcus Merrell
  • Selenium Webdriver Template: To kick-start scripting for any project
  • Reporting Solution for 100's(N) of tests on real time basis for each test suites

 

Learning Outcome

  • Interactive demonstration of good practices for Selenium Webdriver
  • Hands on Exercise for designing automation architecture 
  • Selenium Webdriver Template: To kick-start scripting for any project (will be shared on Github for the community)
  • Sample Project for learning & understanding automation architecture (will be available on Github for the community)
  • Report Dashboard for real-time suite execution status (will be available on Github for the community)
  • Great learning for beginners or intermediate test engineers/automators. Remember learning is always mutual smile

Target Audience

Test Engineers, Selenium Intermediate, Anyone with knowledge of programming knowledge on Core-JAVA

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  • Anand Bagmar
    By Anand Bagmar  ~  3 years ago
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    sounds like a very intense 3hour workshop.

    A few questions:

    1. You are asking the attendees to bring their laptops. Is there any specific setup they need to come ready with?

    2. The user-defined library - is it available for others to reuse?

    3. Will you be targetting the pit-falls or anti-patterns which should be avoided (maybe in specific contexts)?

    • Yagnesh Shah
      By Yagnesh Shah  ~  3 years ago
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      Dear friend,

      1. It would be great if you have eclipse(Keplar) pre-installed. If not, no worries as I would be providing a kit of all selenium & other dependent jars or ide during the workshop.

      2. Yes, User defined library will be public for reuse on github id after the workshop. Apart from that I would be providing sample test project & Report dashboard code as well.

      3. In the 'Process' section of the proposal, there are few topics mentioned which enables us design our test scripts in such a fashion that the code re-work would be minimum & tests doesn't break for each build. I would be basically targeting on how to design our test scripts. Also, I would share my experience on Automation projects & how the scripts were made more reliable for each build.

      • Naresh Jain
        By Naresh Jain  ~  3 years ago
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        Is it possible to trim it to 90 mins workshop? 180 mins would be really hard to accept.

        • Yagnesh Shah
          By Yagnesh Shah  ~  3 years ago
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          Sure, I will try to cut down some time from 'Hands on exercise'.

          To compensate the time and not to compromise on quality, I would be happy to invite everyone after the workshop during weekends to practice together & brainstorm on new ideas.


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