Java Swing, Java FX application testing using Selenium WebDriver

Marathon is a open source test automation suite for Java Swing and Java/FX applications. Marathon provides Selenium/WebDriver bindings for executing test scripts agains Java application.

In this workshop we explore steps by which you can set up an environment for testing a Java/Swing application.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  1. Quick introduction to Marathon and Java Drivers
  2. Setting up a eclipse environment
  3. Writing your first test
  4. Finding components
  5. working with tables, trees etc.
  6. Q&A

Learning Outcome

  1. Understanding Java driver architecture
  2. Setting up a test project
  3. Writing Unit and Functional tests for Java application

Target Audience

developers, test automation engineers

schedule Submitted 1 year ago

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  • Naresh Jain
    By Naresh Jain  ~  1 year ago
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    Hi DK, thanks for the proposal. Since this is positioned as a workshop, would you expect people to work hands-on?

    • Dakshinamurthy Karra
      By Dakshinamurthy Karra  ~  1 year ago
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      Hi Naresh,

      Might be too little time for hands-on. I am thinking of a mixture of presentation and demonstration. Ofcourse, people can follow the steps we are discussing through the demo. I will post more details soon.

       

      -- KD


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