ChroPath - a smarter way to get locators and verify them.

schedule Jun 30th 12:30 - 12:50 PM place Lalit 1 people 123 Interested

still writing relative xpath manually ?

Do you want to save 20-30% time of automation script writing ?

Feeling frustrated while writing unique locators ?

looking for firepath replacement ?

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Outline/Structure of the Talk

Join Sanjay Kumar, the creator of the ChroPath.

  • Learn how ChroPath generates the unique locators (absolute XPath/relative XPath/ CSS selectors)
  • See why developers love ChroPath so much and how it became the best XPath extension
  • See how ChroPath has more than 23k users in just less than 1yr
  • Get to know the upcoming features in ChroPath

Learning Outcome

  • Attendees will be saving at least 20-30% time which is spent today in writing, generating and verifying locators!
  • Understand the logic behind the generation of XPath and CSS locators
  • Learn about the upcoming features in ChroPath
  • Learn about the best and easy way to use ChroPath
  • Learn how ChroPath is maintaining its ratings at 4.5+ with 210+ ratings and 23K users in just less than 1 year.

Target Audience

All UI automation testers and web developers. Techies who use XPath and CSS selectors.

schedule Submitted 1 year ago

Public Feedback

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  • Anand Bagmar
    By Anand Bagmar  ~  11 months ago
    reply Reply

    Hi Sanjay,

    Do you have a video of any of your past talks that you can share with the program team? If not, would it be possible for you to record a small 2-min video summarising your proposed talk and share with the program team?


    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  11 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Anand.
      This is my first talk. I will record the video and share it by tomorrow. 


  • Updesh Jain
    By Updesh Jain  ~  1 year ago
    reply Reply

    It is really great tool introduced by you, I am using it in my project since you have launched it to market , it reduces our affort alot.

    Thank you Sanjay.

    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  11 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Updesh for the feedback.

  • Neeraj Kumar Pathak
    By Neeraj Kumar Pathak  ~  11 months ago
    reply Reply

    Chropath is a nice and very useful tool. I am using last 4 months.It's nice exprience . 

    Thank you sanjay 

    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  11 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Neeraj for the feedback.

  • shailendra kumar
    By shailendra kumar  ~  1 year ago
    reply Reply

    Best Xpath extension

    Thank you Sanjay

    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  11 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Shailendra for the feedback.

  • Pooja Shah
    By Pooja Shah  ~  1 year ago
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    Hi Sanjay, 

    Chropath looks great and it can be good fit for a lightning talk. However, I believe we can make the proposal better, and appealing (the attendee should understand what's in it for them)

    A few recommendations:

    1. Can remove current "how to use instructions" section, because that you are going to show in the talk mostly.

    2. Instead of "how to" focus on why should the attendees attend this talk.  just sample: Do you find xxxxxxx problems.  Do you get into xxxxxx trouble.

    So the goal is, while reading top 8 lines the attendee needs to be able to be enthusiastic about attending it.

    3. On the same lines, please rework on "learning outcome", the attendee should be able to clearly see the benefit of using chropath.

    Recommend to visit a few more proposals like below to get more ideas:




    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  1 year ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Pooja for guiding me. I have incorporated the changes and submitted the proposal again. Please let me know if any other improvement required. Thanks.

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