Using a lightweight framework to ramp-up test automation with Selenium
This workshop will provide concepts and best practices about designing and developing test automation projects, using my test framework, called Planotius. This framework uses Selenium, Junit and Java as its core and make the code creation easier even for testers without coding skills.
Furthermore, the abstraction of selenium configurations, setups and features will provide a faster deployment of your test project, allowing the agile team to accomplish their sprints successfully and with quality.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
- Introducing basic concepts:
- Challenges and difficulties creating a automation project
- Page Objects
- Layers of responsibilities
- Creating a simple project that automate a web page - with few configurations - code running examples.
- Reusing code, page objects and whatever you want - Making it simple and useful
- Automation wants to live by their own - Letting it live with continuous integration.
Is expected that attendees can, after the workshop, be able to:
- Design the architecture of a automation project
- Understand the design of the web page features and create their own page objects.
- Create simple code that automates web pages
- Integrate the project to a CI tool.
Testers, test engineers, test automation beginners
Prerequisites for Attendees
- Bring your own laptop
- Basic Java knowledge
- Maven or similar tool
Days after the event, I will provide the setup and configuration of the laptop to attend the workshop.
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