• Want to save 70-80% manual effort of automation script writing!!
  • Wasting time in verifying xpath one by one?
  • Want to complete automation script without wasting much time?
  • Are you still wasting time in writing english manual test cases?

Outline/Structure of the Case Study

  • Learn how can you save 70-80% manual effort of automation script writing.
  • Learn how to generate automation script step from ChroPath without wasting much time!!
  • Learn how can you verify the complete script in single shot and many more new innovations!!
  • Learn how can we save manual test case writing effort!!
  • See why developers calling this solution a lifesaver invention.

Learning Outcome

  • Attendees will be saving at least 70-80% time which is spent today in writing automation script and maintenance.
  • Understand the logic behind the generation of XPath and CSS locators
  • Learn about the best and easy way to use ChroPath
  • See why automation developers calling this solution as lifesaver invention.
  • Learn why more than half a million users loving it in just less than 2 year.
  • Learn about the new features in ChroPath 6.0.

Target Audience

all testers, all selenium users, all UI automation engineers, SDET, web developers,

Prerequisites for Attendees


schedule Submitted 7 months ago

Public Feedback

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  • Srikanth Srinivas
    By Srikanth Srinivas  ~  4 months ago
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    Chropath usually save at least 40% of Automation scripting time. I will retain contents of submission 

    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  4 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Srikanth for sharing the feedback.

  • Saurabh Garg
    By Saurabh Garg  ~  5 months ago
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    When I first started with Chropath it was back in around July 2018 at that time this tool was in my "good to have" tools list, But now it has become my must have tools with great thought put to its creation it can help me handle xpath in several complex cases 

    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  4 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Saurabh for the feedback.

  • Rogerio da Silva
    By Rogerio da Silva  ~  5 months ago
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    I see already great valuable comments here. 
    I wanted to say that, having seen the progress from the beginning, the amount of effort and good work, with consistency is a great feature from Sanjay Kumar.
    Good work and all the best of success. 

    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  4 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Rogerio for the feedback.

    By ABHISHEK ROY  ~  5 months ago
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    I like these aspects of the submission, and they should be retained.Chropath is the one of tool we are using everyday to fetch and verify locators.Its really a great tool to save time during automation testing.


    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  4 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Abhishek for the feedback.

  • Updesh Jain
    By Updesh Jain  ~  5 months ago
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    This is a must have tool for all the selenium users and I believe it should be presented in selenium confrence

    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  4 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Updesh for the feedback.

  • Vinod Atmakur
    By Vinod Atmakur  ~  4 months ago
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    I like these aspects of the submission, and they should be retained:

    • ...Very Good Extension and must have 
    • The extension name looks like developed as Chrome Extension and now that we have in FF extension


    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • ...- If possible can we have all the objects of the page listed for easily to using in script rather than individual object with option of single or full objects of page.
  • Maaret Pyhajarvi
    By Maaret Pyhajarvi  ~  5 months ago
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    In the world with thousands of tools and open source tools, I find it difficult to make up my mind on what my proposed focus for a conference on using talks to display these tools would be. It generally gravitates towards a few principles that raise concerns for me on how this proposal is written:

    • I prefer user perspective over creator perspective, and creator perspective when the focus is on avoiding pitfalls when using the tool.
    • I prefer facts that check out easily - this mentions 70-80% savings (assuming a context that could not be much further from my world) and half a million users when chrome web store shows 155,317 downloads
    • I prefer practitioner way of writing about a tool over a sales style of writing about a tool
    • I prefer talks that summarize a family of tools in the same area over promoting an individual tool

    The support questions I ask myself are:

    • Why is this a talk not an article?
    • What more am I getting as a practitioner from this talk than a name of a tool I will try later on?

    You got me trying the tool. I see it could be useful. I can now put in context of other tools, and have opinions on what technologies and organizational patterns make use of such tool more necessary. Have you considered building a talk that describes stuff on a deeper level?

    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  5 months ago
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      Thank you Maaret for the review/comment. This helps me to improve my proposal and keep things in mind while submitting proposals.

      I tried to submit the proposal as user perspective. The manual effort which user saving and what user are saying about this solution, you can refer here- 


      • Yes you are right, chrome web store shows 155,317. But this is not the number of downloads, it is the weekly active users. And this tool is not only for Chrome, it is also available for Firefox and Opera browser. So here I shared the total number of downloads on all the browsers. If it will be required, I can share all the stats.
      • Why is this a talk not an article?-- Yes it should be an article too but when one present the real time scenario with demo then we understand the actual importance of the solution.
      • What more am I getting as a practitioner from this talk than a name of a tool I will try later on?-- How I have developed this tool, from where I got this idea. Why automation engineers call this tool lifesaver. Best use cases of ChroPath which can save a lot of manual effort and upcoming features in this tool and much more.
      • Have you considered building a talk that describes stuff on a deeper level?- Yes.

      And I accept that I am not good in submitting talk proposals and have less experience in it so I might have missed few guidelines. Sorry for that. Thank you.

  • Robin Gupta
    By Robin Gupta  ~  5 months ago
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    Some key questions here:
    1. What is the exact problem statement and the solution/alternate solutions in the case study?
    2. Are we displaying the capabilities of a tool versus targeting a broad set of selenium related problems?
    3. Can you please add more details about the proposed solution?
    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  5 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Robin for the review comment. I have updated the proposal accordingly.


  • Srinivasan Sekar
    By Srinivasan Sekar  ~  5 months ago
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    Adding to other comments/suggestions,

    Can you please add more information on how this talk is different from your previous SeleniumConf India and Chropath meetup talks? 

    Finer details on the agenda will be more helpful.


    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  5 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you Srinivasan for the review comment. I have updated the proposal accordingly.

  • Ruchit Sharma
    By Ruchit Sharma  ~  5 months ago
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    I like these aspects of the submission, and they should be retained:

    • I dont think so, it's a topic should be presented in such conferences.

    I think the submission could be improved by:

    --Same chropath topic and same repetitive things will be covered. I don't see a value addition here for this Global Selenium Conference. 

    --Add more insights of the talk.

    • ...
  • Pallavi ...
    By Pallavi ...  ~  5 months ago
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    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • by having a better title, more meaningful and catchy. 
    • Sanjay Kumar
      By Sanjay Kumar  ~  5 months ago
      reply Reply

      Thank you so much Pallavi for the feedback. I have updated the title which is more appropriate to the talk and presentation. 

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    Srinivasu gangam
    Srinivasu gangam
    Sr Manager
    Cotiviti India
    schedule 7 months ago
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    45 Mins

    Problem Statement:

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    2. Are you waiting for QA resources to certify your code every time when you deploy? Is this impacting your product lead time (Speed to Market)?
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    7. Would you like to increase your QA team’s productivity while they invest more time in script development rather than script execution?

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    Argneshu Gupta - Get rid off Xpath in iOS Native App Automation

    Argneshu Gupta
    Argneshu Gupta
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    schedule 5 months ago
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    45 Mins

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    • Complex installation
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    Koushik Chatterjee - Let Your Precious Time Be Optimized While Automating

    Koushik Chatterjee
    Koushik Chatterjee
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    Case Study

    Automation is now preferred the most, precisely in the agile environment as it saves a lot of time. But wouldn’t it be a privilege to save some few more time by locating the web elements? Writing automation script swill reduces the time in terms of regression testing, but generating the XPath and even an entire code statement will surely add a lot to the automation scripting.

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    • Supports dynamic XPath
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    Mayukh Ghosh
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    1.Automation framework will count the tests to be executed.

    2.Set up the infrastructure of hub and nodes containers based on the count.

    3.Check if the hub is ready to accept request.

    4.Parallelize tests and send them to the hub for execution.

    5.After completion of the execution kill the containers.


    1.Reduce Execution time significantly.

    2.Disposable runtime environments.

    3.Enhance development and release cycle.

    4.Lets new features and improvements reach the customer faster.

    5.Save time and money of the company in long run.

    6. No requirement for any reserved infrastructure

    7. Cloud native and portable

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    Yeswanth Lingala
    Yeswanth Lingala
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    schedule 7 months ago
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    45 Mins

    Most of the time, Non-Functional reports are generated from different teams at the last moment of the release and so are chances of last-minute delays occur. So, how about keeping a track on NFT reports during the test automation execution.