Let Your Precious Time Be Optimized While Automating
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.
My personal opinion about automation is that automation isn’t pure automation if most of the works are done manually with a hectic routine and having a high chance of erroneous XPath. Even the task itself will kill tonnes of time, right-click – inspect the element and writing the XPath in the DOM would take a lot of time.
As an automation tester, finding the locators and XPath are vital for test automation and one of the most used. But doing this iteratively for an entire day wouldn’t be interesting, Ruto does this sleek, not within seconds but in milliseconds. Opening the DOM and typing the XPath is time-consuming but writing the entire statement with few clicks will save a lot of time.
Ruto is free extension that is used to find XPath for test automation, the tool makes finding elements easy in the DOM along with that it provides code snippets based on the action that need to be perform on that element. To store the found element Ruto automatically suggests a variable name from the user’s perspective along with its return type. The user will be informed if the element is located inside a frame/iframe, Ruto also provides a whole set of elements from a web page as snippets. Apart from this, we’ve added one additional feature (experimental) to support Page Object Model.
XPath supported by Ruto:
- Supports dynamic XPath
- Axes based XPath can be achieved with Ruto by adding the web elements as source and target
- Ruto can be solely used to handle web table
- Provide multiple XPath at a time for an element
Outline/Structure of the Case Study
- Making the test automation faster than before
- To simplify the automation scripting with auto-generated codes.
- Techniques that are implemented in the application.
- Demonstration with real-time scenarios
- Overcome writing XPaths to find elements in the applications.
- Dynamic (Parent to child) XPaths are a couple clicks away.
- No need to check whether an element is located inside a frame.
- Can customize the auto-generated code according to your framework.
QA / Automation Testers, SDETs, and Frontend developers.
Prerequisites for Attendees
- Should have a basic knowledge of DOM
schedule Submitted 11 months ago
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