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Selenium Fast Track -9 (Jan- 19th 2016 Batch)


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All videos from Jan 19th 2016 fast track batch:

01-Selenium Webdriver Live Training Free videos (Orientation,Day 1 & Day 2)
02-Selenium Webdriver Live Training (Day 3 to Day 32)

Chapter 1: Selenium Free videos

Day 01 – Detailed Introduction to Selenium, Looking at Selenium Suite 1.0 and 2.0, Comparision between Selenium and UFT, Installing Selenium IDE and creating basic recording and play back.
Day 02 -Working with IDE, Creating Scripts, Worked with Different Options, Understood the Selene Language Structure with details on Commands, Target and Value. Saving the IDE Script to HTML format.
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Chapter 2: Selenium Webdriver Live Training

Day-3: Working With Firbug, Understanding Locator Identification using ID, Name. Writing a script manually.
Day-4 : Understanding Locator Identification Using ID,Name and XPATH.
Day-5 : Creating scripts in IDE using XPath and CSS.
Day-6 : Understanding verify and assert commands followed by working with different formats of the script.
Day-7 : Installing JRE, Downloading Eclipse and Creating First Java Project.
Day-8 : Configuring webdriver with eclipse and creating basic test on FF browser.
Day-9 : Understanding the Locator Identification Strategies in WebDriver like By.Id, By.Name, By.ClassName, By.TagName, By.LinkText, By.PartialLinkText, By.XPath and By.cssSelector.
Day-10: Discussion on HtmlUnitDriver which is the low level mechanism to work directly on HTML Source followed by Browser Commands like get, getPageSource(), getCurrentURL, getPageTitle(). Discussion on WebElement Object creation which avoids reputation of locator identification piece of code in further script.
Day-11 : Working with Java String, Int and Boolean variables with examples followed by methods like isDisplayed, isEnabled and getText methods.
Day-12 : Working with get attribute, get Size, get Location, is Selected methods.
Day-13 : Working with WebElements Object, Creating scripts to find all links on a WebPage, Discussion on Broken Links, Find a link exists or not, How to find all Buttons, Text, Radio buttons on a Webpage.
Day-14: Working With DropDown Liast Objects, Creating a script to validate the items in a Weblist. Discussion on Synchroniation – Implicit and Explicit Wait.
Day-15: Creating Class With multiple Methods, Methods With Arguements, Methods with Return Values. Working with IE and Google Chrome Browser apart from FF Browser to create Browser Compatible Test using Webdriver.
Day-16: Working with JUnit Framework and Started with TestNG Framework. Created scripts using @Test annotations.
Day-17: Continuation of TestNG Framework and understanding @BeforeClass, @AfterClass, @BeforeTest, @AfterTest, Creating TestNG.XML and creating TestNG suite.
Day-19: Creating Script to work for Multiple Browsers using using the TestNG Parameters @Parameters annotation.
Day-20: Completng the TestNG Framework with A scripting example on on @DataProvider Annotation and creating DDT Test.
Day-21: Working with Apache POI Jar files to Read the Data from Excel Files using HSSF and XSSF. Parameterizing the Data to work for Login Validation Test.
Day-22: Creating ExcelUtilities functions and completing the DDF. Understanding the Inheritance feature of Java.
Day-23: Understanding how to handle Alerts by creating Alert interface and using Switchto.Alert and accepting or dismiss Alerts. Also how to get text() to capture the text.
Day-24: Working with static and dynamic Windows.
Day-26: Working with web talbles, working with Action, Actions Class for performing series of Actions. Capturing screen shots example.
Day-27: Working with Selenium Grid 2.0.
Day-28: Creating Page Object Model or Page Factory Example.
Day-29: Performing Database testing with Selenium.
Day-30: Understanding how to connect to SQL Server for DB Testing. Started working with Apache Maven Build and Project Management Software.
Day-31: Working with Integration of Apache Maven Build Software with Eclipse. Creating and Running tests through Maven Software.
Day-32: Working with Jenkins for CICD. Executing Maven and Java tests from Jenkins.
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