Selenium WebDriver - C#
The course covers all the essential principles of using the Selenium WebDriver automation framework in Microsoft Visual Studio. Designed for beginners as well as testers with previous automation experience, it takes the newcomer to Selenium through all the basic techniques of writing effective automated web tests. Throughout the course, practical examples are demonstrated, and the delegates get to practice what they have learned in each chapter against a Web training application.
By the end of the course you should have a thorough understanding of how to develop reliable, robust Selenium Web Tests using Selenium WebDriver and other tools.
Selenium WebDriver - C#
£745 per delegate ex VAT
The course is run over 2 days and includes all course materials. Lunch and refreshments are provided for some onsite courses. Please check course details for further information.
Who should attend
- Newcomers to Selenium
- Attendees should have a basic understanding of HTML and how Web Pages are developed
- Some programming experience would be advantageous - The course is based on WebDriver C# .NET, but does not teach you C# as you can use a variety of programming languages with WebDriver
There is no exam as part of this course.
- Understand the key principles of test automation using Selenium WebDriver
- Understand how to structure your automated testing including the Page Object Model
- Gain a full understanding of how Selenium integrates with the Application Under Test
- Understand how to manage Object Recognition, using techniques such as Xpath and CSS
"The course was well run with Owyn not relying on the presentation but working through the examples directly, and then recapping. This made learning and understanding a lot easier".
Course Content & Agenda
Over two days, the following areas will be covered:
Libraries & extensions in VS2015
Using NuGet to install the required libraries
How to organise your file structure
Creating our initial NUnit Test
The import statements
Invoking a browser
Writing to the console
Writing the code to login to the web Site
Element locator strategies
Chrome developer tools and other extensions
What is Synchronisation?
Implicit versus explicit waits - common examples
How to capture values from the Web Site
How to build more than one test, in a single class
Introduction to why we do it and how it reduces maintenance
Refactoring our tests to use a page object model
Developing a library of pages (POMs)
Data driving your tests using in-line test data
Using external sources such as CSV files