14 hours (usually 2 days including breaks)
Basic knowledge of manual tests is recommended. No programming knowledge is required, though any experience with coding is beneficial.
This is a practical course designed for manual testers in order to facilitate automated testing.
Introduction to automated testing
- Testing concepts
- Possibilities and limitations of Selenium
- Understanding locators
- ID, CSS, XPath and Name locator types
- Dynamic locators
- Building a path
- Relationships between elements on a path
- Locating elements with desired text
- Best practices
- Java basics
- Java IDE
- WebDriver API
- Test suite
- Cross-browser testing
Advanced Selenium WebDriver
- Dynamic content
Kristin was a very good trainer. He adjusted his training to our levels and explained very clearly and structured. The training was very interesting and well organized. I liked the teaching style.
I was benefit from the demo and walk through using TestNG.
Dominic Hung Hung
I genuinely was benefit from the course structure, the lectures.
Unai Tejero - Av
Was organized and presented in a way that was easy to understand, from the general to the specific, and building on knowledge and then doing some hands-on working examples. It's also helpful to have a sandbox to set up and practice.
Joe Patrow - Mirum Agency
Day 2 hands-on was best for me.
Going over the locator. Great how to get the unique single locator. Including the children of the locations.
The exercises. I also liked how the trainer made us provide answers and write scripts based off of what he had taught thus far before he provided his answer.
Toneka Rogers - Mirum Agency
The notes he gave us and the second day was better than the first.
Tony Sanchez - Mirum Agency
Lots of hands-on exercises, Jeremy was highly knowledgeable on the subject matter.
Emma Adam - KnowledgePool Group Ltd
Zuzanna Trzeciak - Profitroom sp. z o.o.