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Selenium Training | Hands-on Online | Includes a Real Time eCommerce Automation Project

8,999.00 7,499.00

  • Start Date & Time: May 28, 2018 – 9:30 PM (Indian Time)
  • Course Duration: 2 months (Includes weekends i.e. 60 days)
  • Session Duration: 1 hour per day
  • Training Type: Online Training via Zoom.us meeting planner software
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Description

Course Highlights: We are providing Selenium Training  and the following are its highlights :

  • Easy for Beginners
    • No pre-requisites required.
    • Core Java required for Selenium will be covered as part of this course only
    • All the concepts will be explained in a practical way
    • All the sessions will be solution oriented, rather than just theoretical
    • Step by Step and Organized way of explanation
    • All the installations/configurations will be practically shown
  • Real-Time eCommerce Automation Project 
    • To differentiate ourselves from the other trainers in the market, we will practically demonstrate a complete Real-Time eCommerce Automation Project.
    • This project will be demonstrated from the inception phase to the maintenance phase to make it more real.
  • Beginners to Advanced course
    • This is not just a beginners course, but also for the one who knows Selenium but never worked in any real time projects
  • Other Specialities:
    • Videos will be recorded and sent to you after the respective sessions.
    • Class Room Notes along with the videos will also be provided.
    • All the programming code, Frameworks, Real-time projects code will be provided as part of the notes.
    • Interview Questions will be provided.
    • Assignments/Tasks/Exercises will be provided for your practice.
    • Will help you in Resume preparation and other interview needs even after the completion of course.
    • This is going to be an interactive session.
    • All the Framework concepts will be explained first, before explaining the Automation Frameworks
    • Frameworks will be created/demonstrated from scratch
    • Certificate of course completion will be provided at the end of this course.

Sample videos:

Course Content:

=> Introduction to Selenium

  • Manual Testing
  • Automation Testing
  • How can a Tool perform Testing?
  • Selenium
  • Types of Applications that Selenium can automate
  • Selenium is a free tool
  • Different Browsers supported by Selenium
  • Different Operating Systems supported by Selenium
  • Different Programming Languages supported by Selenium
  • Different components in Selenium
  • Different versions of Selenium
  • Pre-requisites required for learning Selenium

=> Firebug & HTML

  • Installing the older version of Firefox Browser
  • Installing FireBug
  • HTML Basics
    • Introduction to HTML
    • HTML Elements & Tags
    • Structure of HTML
    • Demonstrating of different HTML Elements
      • Creating and Saving an HTML file
      • Creating Structure for a Web Page
      • Adding Title to the Web Page
      • Different sizes of Page Heading
      • The header section of Web Page
      • The body section of Web Page
      • Adding a link to a Web Page
      • Displaying a ruler on the Web Page
      • Creating line breaks in HTML
      • Creating HTML Table
      • Creating Order lists
      • Creating Unordered lists
      • Creating Bold Text
      • Creating Italicized Text
      • Creating Underlined Text
      • Viewing Page Source in a Browser
    • FireBug
      • Web Developer Tool
      • Editing HTML elements using FireBug
      • Inspecting UI elements using FireBug

=> Selenium IDE

  • What is Selenium IDE?
  • Record and Playback Tool
  • Installing Selenium IDE
  • Launching Selenium IDE
  • Recording Test Cases using Selenium IDE
  • Saving Test Cases in Selenium IDE
  • Playing the Test Cases in Selenium IDE
  • Disadvantages of Selenium IDE

=> Locators

  • Introduction to Locators
  • Different types of Locators
  • Demonstrating different types of Locators
  • Priority of Locators

=> XPath Expressions

  • Introduction to XPath Expressions
  • Types of XPath Expressions
  • Absolute Xpath
  • Demonstrating Absolute XPath Expressions
  • Using Firepath for Auto-generating XPath Expressions
  • Disadvantages of using Absolute XPath Expressions
  • Relative XPath Expressions
  • Difference between Absolute and Relative XPath Expressions
  • Demonstrating Relative XPath Expressions
  • Using Firepath for auto-generating Relative XPath Expressions
  • Advantages of Relative XPath Expressions
  • XPath Functions
  • Demonstrating XPath Functions
  • XPath Axes
  • Demonstrating XPath Axes

=> CSS Selectors

  • Introduction to CSS Selectors
  • Types of CSS Selectors
  • Absolute CSS Selectors
  • Demonstrating Absolute CSS Selectors
  • Relative CSS Selectors
  • Difference between Absolute and Relative CSS Selectors
  • Demonstrating Relative CSS Selectors
  • Using Firepath for auto-generating Relative CSS Selectors

=> Core Java

  • Introduction to Java
  • Installing Java
  • Installing Eclipse IDE
  • Creating Java Project in Eclipse IDE
  • Executing Java Project in Eclipse IDE
  • Understanding Java Programs
  • Compiler Errors
  • Print Statements
    • Using print
    • Using println
  • Comments
    • Single Line Comments
    • Multi-Line Comments

=> Variables

  • What are Variables?
  • Purpose of Variables in Java
  • Different types of Variables
    • Local Variables
    • Instance Variables

=> Data Types

  • What is Data Types?
  • Different Types of Data Types in Java
    • byte
    • short
    • int
    • long
    • float
    • double
    • char
    • boolean
  • Demonstrating different Data Types in Java

=> Operators

  • What are the Operators?
  • Different Types of Operators in Java.
    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Relational Operators
    • Logical Operators
    • Assignment Operators
      • Assignment Operator
      • Compound Assignment Operators
    • Conditional Operator
  • Demonstrating the Operators in Java

=> Flow Control

  • What is Flow Control?
  • Different types of Flow Control Statements in Java
    • Selection Statements
      • if statements
      • if else statements
      • if .. else if .. Else statements
      • switch statements
    • Iterative Statements
      • While loop
      • Do while loop
      • For loop
      • For each loop
    • Transfer Statements
      • break statement
      • continue statement
      • return statement
      • try, catch & finally statements

=> Methods

  • What are Methods in Java?
  • What is the Purpose of Methods in Java?
  • main() method
  • Creating non-main methods
  • Creating multiple methods inside the same Class
  • Method Calling
  • Parameterized Methods
  • Return Type

=> Arrays

  • What are Arrays in Java?
  • Types of Arrays
    • Single Dimensional Arrays
    • Demonstrating Single-Dimensional Arrays
      • Declaring Single-Dimensional Arrays
      • Creating Single-Dimensional Arrays
      • Initializing Single-Dimensional Arrays
      • Accessing Single-Dimensional Arrays
    • Two Dimensional Arrays
    • Demonstrating Two Dimensional Arrays
      • Declaring Two Dimensional Arrays
      • Creating Two Dimensional Arrays
      • Initializing Two Dimensional Arrays
      • Accessing Two Dimensional Arrays
    • Three Dimensional Arrays
    • Object Arrays
    • Disadvantages of Arrays

=> Strings

  • What are the Strings?
  • Purpose of Strings in Java
  • Shortcut representation of Strings
  • The actual representation of Strings
  • Concatenating Two Strings
  • Demonstrating Pre-defined methods of Strings (equals(), length(), substring(), trim(), indexof() and split() )

=> Wrapper Classes and Primitive Datatypes

  • What are wrapper classes?
  • What are primitive data types?
  • Different Primitive Data Types
  • Different Wrapper Classes
  • Converting Primitive data types to Objects
  • Demonstrating Wrapper Classes and Primitive Data Types

=> Constructors

  • What are Constructors?
  • Difference between Constructors and Methods
  • Purpose of Constructors in Java
  • Demonstrating initialization of Variables without Constructors
  • Demonstrating initialization of Variables with Constructors

=> this keyword

  • Purpose of this keyword in Java
  • Using this keyword with methods
  • Using this keyword with constructors
  • Demonstrating the program using this keyword with methods
  • Demonstrating the program using this keyword with constructors

=> Overloading

  • What is Overloading in Java?
  • Method Overloading
  • Constructor Overloading
  • Demonstrating Method Overloading
  • Demonstrating Constructor Overloading

=> Packages

  • What are Packages?
  • Purpose of Packages in Java
  • Default Packages
  • Creating Packages
  • Demonstrate Packages
  • Demonstrate accessing variables and methods in the same package
  • Demonstrate accessing variables and methods defined in other packages

=> Inheritance

  • What is Inheritance?
  • Purpose of Inheritance in Java
  • Super Class / Parent Class
  • Sub Class / Child Class
  • Using extends keyword
  • Demonstrate a Child class inheriting the properties of a Parent Class

=> Overriding

  • What is Overriding?
  • Purpose of Overriding in Java
  • Method Overriding
  • Creating Objects and accessing Overridden Properties
  • Demonstrating Overriding

=> Modifiers

  • What are Modifiers in Java?
  • Purpose of Modifiers
  • Types of Modifiers
    • Access Modifiers
      • private
      • public
      • protected
      • default
    • Non-Access Modifiers
      • static
      • final
      • abstract

=> Interfaces

  • What are the Interfaces?
  • Purpose of Interfaces in Java
  • Difference between Classes and Interfaces
  • Creating an Interface
  • Creating variables in Interfaces
  • Creating methods in Interfaces
  • Using implements keyword
  • Demonstrating Interfaces
  • Assigning Class Objects to Interfaces

=> Exceptional Handling

  • What is Exceptional Handling?
  • What are Exceptions?
  • Purpose of Exceptional Handling
  • Using try-catch blocks
  • Exceptional Hierarchy (Throwable, Exception, ArithmeticException and ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException Classes)
  • Exception Types
    • Checked Exceptions
    • Unchecked Exceptions
  • Using throws keyword

=> Handling Files

  • Representing Files in Java
  • Creating Files in Java
  • Reading text from Files
  • Demonstrating File Handling in Java

=> Collections Framework

  • Drawback of Arrays
  • The advantage of Collection Framework over Arrays
  • Hierarchy of Collections Framework
  • Types of the Collections framework
    • Array List
    • HashSet
    • HashMap
    • Iterator
  • Iterator interface versus iterator() method
  • Demonstrating the Collection Frameworks using:
    • for() loop
    • For-each loop
    • Iterator() method
    • hasNext() and next() methods of Iterator interface

=> Selenium WebDriver

  • Introduction
  • Downloading Selenium WebDriver
  • Configuring Selenium WebDriver
    • Downloading Selenium Jar files
    • Adding the Jar files to the Java Project
    • Configuring the Jar files with the Java Project
    • Executing Sample Selenium Automation code to confirm
  • Selenium WebDriver and Firefox Browser
    • Checking the compatibility of Firefox Browser version with Selenium WebDriver Version
      • Finding the compatibility details in Changelogs
      • Google Search for finding compatibility
    • Creating an object for FirefoxDriver class
    • Creating an object for FirefoxDriver class and assigning it to WebDriver interface
  • Selenium WebDriver API
    • get()
    • manage().window().maximize()
    • findElement(), findElements() and By Class and its predefined methods
      • id()
      • name()
      • className()
      • linkText()
      • cssSelector()
      • XPath()
    • WebElement class
    • click()
    • sendKeys()
    • clear()
    • getText()
    • getTitle()
    • getCurrentURL()
    • close()
    • quit()
    • getAttribute()
    • isDisplayed()
    • isEnabled()
    • isSelectec()
    • navigate()
    • getPageSource()
    • findElements()

=> Handling Multiple Windows

  • getWindowHandles()
  • switchTo()
  • Demonstrate handling multiple windows using getWindowHandles() and switchTo() methods

=> Handling Alerts

  • switchTo().alert()
  • getText()
  • accept()
  • switchTo().defaultContent()
  • Demonstrate handling Alerts using the above methods

=> Waiting Mechanism in Selenium WebDriver

  • Importance of Waiting in Selenium WebDriver
  • Using Thread.sleep()
  • Implicit Wait
  • Explicit Wait

=> Handling Dropdown fields and Multi-Selection Boxes

  • Select Class
  • selectByVisibleText() with Dropdown fields
  • selectByVisibleText() with Multi Selection Boxes
  • deselectByVisibleText() with Multi Selection Boxes

=> Handling Frames

  • Introduction to Frames
  • Frames in HTML
  • Checking Frames on any Application pages
  • Frames and NoSuchElementException
  • Switching to frames
  • Switching to the default page

=> Handling Lightbox

  • Introduction to Lightboxes in HTML
  • Lightboxes in HTML
  • Demonstrate handling Lightboxes using Selenium WebDriver

=> Selenium 2 and Chrome Browser

  • Checking Selenium 2 compatibility with Chrome Browser
  • Demonstrate Selenium 2 scripts on Chrome Browser

=> Selenium 2 and Internet Explorer Browser

  • Checking Selenium 2 compatibility with Internet Explorer Browser
  • Demonstrate Selenium 2 scripts on Internet Explorer Browser

=> Selenium 3

  • Introduction
  • Difference between Selenium 2 and Selenium 3
  • Executing Selenium 3 Scripts on Firefox Browser
    • Checking the compatibility of Firefox Browser with Selenium 3
    • Configuring the project with geckodriver.exe
    • Demonstrate executing the Selenium 3 scripts on Firefox Browser
  • Executing Selenium 3 Scripts on Chrome Browser
    • Checking the compatibility of Chrome Browser with Selenium 3
    • Demonstrate executing the Selenium 3 scripts on Chrome Browser
  • Executing Selenium 3 Scripts on IE Browser
    • Checking the compatibility of IE Browser with Selenium 3
    • Demonstrate executing the Selenium 3 scripts on IE Browser

=> Advantage of using WebDriver interface in Selenium programs

  • Framework Concepts – Properties Files
    • Purpose of properties files in Selenium Automation
    • Demonstrate a Java program which reads the data from a Properties file
    • Load the object reference of the FileInputStream class using load() method of Properties class
    • Retrieve the values from the properties file using the getProperty() method of Properties class and print
    • Demonstrate a Selenium program, which reads the Project configuration data like website details, browser etc from the Properties file
    • An advantage of using Properties files

=> Framework Concepts – POI API

  • Purpose of POI API in Selenium Automation
  • Understand the basics of POI API
  • Demonstrate POI API

=> Framework Concepts – Log4j API

  • Purpose of Log4j API in Selenium Automation
  • Implement logging in Selenium Automation code using System.out.println()
  • Disadvantages of SOP logging
  • Advantages of Log4j logging
  • Implementing Log4j in Selenium Automation

=> Framework Concepts – TestNG API

  • Purpose of TestNG in Selenium Automation
  • Configure the Project with TestNG JAR file
  • TestNG Annotations
    • @Test
    • @BeforeMethod
    • @AfterMethod
    • @BeforeClass
    • @AfterClass
  • Executing the Java class files in batch using TestNG
  • Failing @Test annotated methods
  • TestNG Assertions
    • assertEquals()
    • assertTrue()
    • assertFalse()
    • fail()
  • Parameterizing tests using TestNG’s @DataProvider annotation
    • @DataProvider
    • dataProvider
    • Demonstrate a program which parameterizes

=> Framework Concepts – ANT

  • Purpose of ANT
  • Downloading and Configuring ANT
  • build.xml file and its execution using ANT
  • Demonstrate ANT

=> Framework Concepts – Maven

  • Purpose of Maven
  • Demonstrate Maven

=> Framework Concepts – Taking Screenshots in Selenium

  • Demonstrate taking Screenshots in Selenium

=> Framework Concepts – Extent Reports

  • Demonstrate Extent Reports

=> Framework Concepts – TestNG (Continued)

  • throw
  • Skipping a test in TestNG

=> Data Driven Framework

  • Data Driven Testing
  • Data Driven Framework
  • Build the Data Driven Framework from scratch
  • Demonstrate this Framework on a sample application
  • Download Framework

=> Page Object Model and Page Factory

  • Build the Page Object Model and Page Factory from scratch
  • Demonstrate this Design Pattern on a sample application
  • Download Page Object Model and Page Factory implemented Framework

=> Cucumber & BDD Framework

  • Cucumber
  • BDD
  • Demonstrate Cucumber and BDD in Selenium Automation

=> Real-time eCommerce Automation Project (Differentiator from other Selenium courses in the market)

  • End to End Real-time eCommerce Automation Project

About the author

I am a software testing and software test automation professional. I am into software testing industry since 2k9. I love testing a software product, exploring the world and my family.

In software testing, I have experience of testing more than 35 small and big applications. I have tested web applications, mobile applications, ETL applications and much more. I have got knowledge in multiple verticals like Finance, Banking, ECommmerce, Marketing, Gamming, and Education. Jenkins is my best friend. I am very good at Java, Git, IntelliJ, JavaScript, PHP, JUnit, TestNG, Linux, Mockito and many more testing frameworks and tools. I always try to utilize open source as much as possible. I even contribute to open source.

Here is my Github profile: https://github.com/qamate
Maven profile:http://search.maven.org/#search%7Cga%7C1%7Cin.mayurshah

Apart from my work at Softcrylic, I sometimes undertake freelance consulting work. You can hire me on upwork here.

https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01fe41433fecad75a2

Apart from Software testing, I love exploring the world. I have a blog where I share places I have visited.

https://exploringunexploredblog.wordpress.com/

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