Getting Started with Selenium Workshop
In this workshop you will learn how to start from nothing and build out a well factored, maintainable, resilient, fast and scalable set of Selenium tests in Java. These tests will not only work well, but across all of the browsers you care about, while exercising relevant functionality that matters to your business. And if you are new to programming, don't sweat it. The core programming concepts you need to know will be covered in an approachable way as well.
Outline/structure of the Session
1. Define a Test Strategy
2. Picking a Programming Language & a Java Primer
3. Selenium Fundamentals
4. Writing Your First Test
5. Writing Reusable & Maintainable Test Code with Page Objects & other helpful patterns
6. Making Your Tests Resilient with effective wait strategies
7. Creating a test harness
8. Cross browser execution
9. Building an automated feedback loop
10. Finding Information On Your Own
- What Selenium is, where it came from, and where it's heading
- Decompose an existing web application to identify what to test
- Identify which browsers to test with
- Pick the best language for you and your team
- Setup Selenium to work with each browser you care about
- Write maintainable and reusable Selenium tests that will be cross-browser compatible and performant
- Build an integrated feedback loop to automate test runs and find issues fast
- Setup your own infrastructure or connect to a cloud provider
- Dramatically improve test times with parallelization
- Navigate the Selenium landscape to find information on your own
Tester, Aspiring Test Automation Engineer, etc.
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