Selenium 3.0 certification training

Selenium 3.0 certification training

Selenium Certification Training will help you master the Selenium 3.0 Suite and provide you with hands-on session on how you can automate web based applications and implement various frameworks such as Selenium Architecture, Selenium WebDriver 3.0, Waits, TestNG, Jenkins, Sikuli, AutoIT, Page Object Modeling [POM].

Why should you take this course?

Understand Selenium WebDriver architecture and various layers of interaction

You will be able to execute a project from scratch by building automation framework and automating a few test scenarios


Learning Objectives: In this module, you will learn about different type of applications and testing, along with the purpose of automation testing. You will also gain insight into the evolution of Selenium, get an overview of Selenium 3.3 and its components and compare commonly used automation tool with Selenium automation tools. Finally, set up your environment so that you can start working with Selenium. 
  • Define Application and understand different types of Applications
  • Define Testing and know the different types of Testing
  • Describe Manual Testing
  • Describe Automation Testing: Test Automation, ROI in automation & Framework
  • Define Selenium
  • Evolution of Selenium
  • Components of Selenium Suite: Selenium IDE, Selenium RC, Selenium WebDriver & Selenium GRID
  • Regression Testing
  • Functional Testing
  • Selenium Vs. other tools
  • Role of Selenium in DevOps lifecycle
  • Set Up for Selenium
Hands On/Demo:
  • Installing Java
  • Configuring Eclipse for Selenium
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about the Selenium WebDriver along with the basic concepts of JAVA programming. WebDriver is designed to provide a simpler, more concise programming interface in addition to addressing some limitations in the Selenium-RC API. Selenium-WebDriver was developed to better support dynamic web pages where elements of a page may change without the page itself being reloaded. In this module, you will explore the features and use of Selenium-WebDriver. 
  • Selenium-WebDriver
  • Selenium WebDriver Architecture
  • Usage of gecko, IE, chrome browser drivers
  • Navigating to Web Applications
  • Introduction to Web Elements
  • Operations on Web Elements
  • Fire Bug Tool and Fire Path Tool
  • Browser Driver Commands/ Methods/ Functions: Get, Navigate and  Find the element 
  • Difference Between FindElement & FindElements
  • Understand the difference between Driver Close and Driver Quit
  • Inspecting elements in Mozilla, Chrome
  • Locators: ID, Name, Class, Tag Name, Link Text,  Partial Link Text, CssSelector, XPath
Hands On/Demo:
  • Launching a Browser (Chrome and Firefox)
  • Navigating Web Applications
  • Handling different Locators
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about XPath. XPath is designed to allow the navigation of XML documents, with the purpose of selecting individual elements, attributes, or some other part of an XML document for specific processing. You will also learn about Waits in Selenium. Waits are used to hold the web application for a few seconds/minutes/hours. When web applications navigate from Page A to Page B then Selenium should wait until the browser loads Page B completely. 
  • What is XPath?
  • Types of X-path
  • Handling complex & Dynamic Web-elements in Selenium using XPath Functions: Contains (), Start-with (), Following Axes, Following Sibling Axes, Preceding Axes and Preceding Sibling Axes
  • Selenium Functions
  • What is Waits in Selenium?
  • Types of Waits: Explicit Wait, Fluent wait, Implicit Wait, PageLoadTimeout and setScriptTimeout
  • Explain Validation
  • Define Browser Profiling
Hands On/Demo:
  • XPath
  • Handling complex & Dynamic elements in Selenium using XPath
  • Waits
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn how to Handle different controls on a webpage. A web page that is embedded in another web page or an HTML document embedded inside another HTML document is known as a “frame”. The “Iframe” is used to insert content from another source, such as an advertisement, into a Web page. In this module, you will learn about frames and other controls that are on a web page. 
  • Java Essentials
  • IFrames using WebDriver commands: By Index, By Name or ID, and By Web Element
  • Alerts in WebDriver: Simple Alert, Confirmation Alert, Prompt Alert
  • Modal Dialog boxes
  • Testing Dropdown: SelectByVisibleText, SelectByIndex, SelectByValue
Hands On/Demo:
  • IFrames
  • Alerts
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn how to Handle more controls on a webpage, such as Hovering, Drag and Drop, switching between windows and so on. You will also learn about sending Email via Selenium WebDriver and Handling Keyboard Events.  
  • Java Essentials
  • Methods in Window handling: GetWindowHandleCommand, GetWindowHandlesCommand, SwitchToWindowCommand
  • Switch between Windows
  • Explain how to test whether all links are working on Webpage or not
  • Sending Email report using Selenium WebDriver and Eclipse
  • Handle Keyboard Events
Hands On/Demo:
  • lDropdown
  • Window handling
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about TestNG. TestNG is an open source testing framework that provides more flexible and powerful tests with the help of Annotations, Grouping, Sequencing, and Parametering. In TestNG, HTML reports can be produced, Parallel testing can be performed, Test cases can be prioritized, and data Parametrization is possible. You will also learn about Cross Browser Testing to enable you to work with different browsers. 
  • Introduction to TestNG
  • Advantages of TestNG
  • Installing TestNG on Eclipse
  • Rules to write TestNG
  • TestNG Features
  • Annotations
  • Grouping
  • Sequencing: Prioritization and Dependency
  • Enable/Disable a test case
  • Parameterization: Using XML file and DataProvider
  • Parallel Testing & Cross Browser Testing
  • TestNG Report: HTML Report, Console Report, XML Report
Hands On/Demo:
  • Annotations
  • Grouping
  • Sequencing
  • Parameterization
  • Parallel Testing & Cross Browser Testing
  • TestNG Report
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about Introduction to Selenium Grid and Selenium IDE.
  • The need of Selenium Grid
  • What is Selenium Grid?
  • Architecture and RemoteWebDriver WorkFlow: Hub, Node
  • Grid 1 vs Grid 2
  • Setting-up Selenium Grid
  • Designing Test Scripts for Grid: Using the desired capabilities Object and Using the RemoteWebDriver Object
  • Running a Sample Test Case on the Grid
  • Introduction to Selenium-IDE and its Features
  • Different Controls of Selenium IDE
  • Creating a Test Case
  • Recording a Test Case
  • Executing a Test Case
  • Command, Target, and Value
  • Selenese Commands
Hands On/Demo:
  • Setting up Selenium Grid
  • Writing Tests using Selenium Grid
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about the Page Object Model and Page Factory. It is a design pattern which is used to create the Object Repository for Web UI Elements. Page Object Model includes Page classes, which finds the Web Elements of that Web Page and contains Page Methods that perform operations on those Web Elements. Page Factory is an optimized way to create Object Repository. 
  • Need for Page Object Modelling
  • Page Classes
  • The concept of Page Factory
Hands On/Demo:
  • Implementation of POM: Without Page Factory and With Page Factory
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about Frameworks. A framework is a basic structure of any environment whether testing or designing. Selenium offers flexibility to create a Testing Framework that can be reused. This module enables you to learn about Testing frameworks and Apache POI that is an open source library to read and write excel files.
  • What is an Automation Framework?
  • Properties of Automation Framework
  • Types of Automation Framework: Data-Driven Test Framework, Keyword Driven Test Framework, Hybrid Test Framework
  • Which Framework to choose and when?
  • Introduction to Data Driven Testing using Apache POI
  • Read/Write data from/to Excel sheet
Hands On/Demo:
  • Reading/ Writing an Excel File
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn to write test cases by using Keyword and Hybrid Frameworks
  • Keyword Driven Test Framework
  • How to create the Framework?
  • Classes required
  • How Do Testcase Files look like?
  • Examples of Keyword Driven Framework
  • Writing Test Cases using Keyword Driven Test Framework
  • Hybrid Framework
  • Writing Test Cases using Hybrid Framework
  • How to create the Framework?
  • Classes required to be created
  • How Do Testcase Files look like?
  • Examples of Hybrid Framework
Hands On/Demo:
  • Writing Test cases in Hybrid Framework
Learning Objective: In this module, you will Learn about the third-party tools such as Jenkins, AutoIT, Sikuli, and Maven. Jenkins is the leading open-source continuous integration tool. It is cross-platform and can be used on Windows, Linux etc. It supports software changes, multiple VMs, Plugins and has easy installation. AutoIt is a freeware scripting language and it is used to automate windows GUI. Files can be downloaded and uploaded easily using this tool. Sikuli can automate everything you see on the screen. It comes into play when there is no easy access to the GUIs internal or source code. It can automate both web and desktop applications. 
  • Maven
  • Switch from Simple Java Project to Maven Project
  • Maven for builds and sending Email reports
  • Jenkins
  • Selenium Integration with Jenkins
  • AutoIT and its features
  • AutoIt provides support for: Keystrokes, Mouse Movement, Window Control
  • Sikuli and its features
  • How Sikuli works
  • log4j - logging tool
  • Interaction with Selenium
  • Interaction with Flash applications
  • Upload file AutoIt Script in Selenium WebDriver
Hands On/Demo:
  • Maven
  • Jenkins
  • AutoIT
  • Sikuli
  • log4j usage
Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about headless browser support. Headless browsers are typically used when there is a central server in which browser is not installed but still, there is a potential need for sanity testing with the browser. Another instance can be when you would like to simulate multiple browser versions on the same machine - in this case too using the headless browser is the solution. 
  • Headless Browser Testing using HtmlUnitDriver
  • Headless Browser Testing using PhanthomJSDriver
Hands On/Demo:
  • Opening a Browser (headless)
  • Navigating Web Applications
  • Get page information and print on the console

In this Selenium Training, you will learn about Selenium 3.3 and its various components such as Selenium IDE, Selenium WebDriver, and Selenium Grid. You will learn to setup your environment so that you will be ready to start using Selenium for testing your web applications using various browsers. In addition, you will also gain experience to work with Selenium WebDriver with different frameworks such as Module Driven, Data Driven, Keyword Driven, Hybrid. 
Further on, you will learn about Page Object Model (POM) design pattern that enables you to maintain reusability and readability of the automation scripts. This course introduces you to the concept of POM, and how to implement Page Classes and Page Factory to optimize the execution of automation scripts. The Course also enables you to learn about various third-party tools such as Jenkins, TestNG, Sikuli, and AutoIT to optimally use them for performing various tasks in our browsers, such as working with flash applications or Windows-based UI elements.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Learn about Selenium and its evolution
  • Understand Regression testing and Functional testing
  • Set-up JAVA, Eclipse, and Selenium Environment and configure them
  • List the components of Selenium such as Selenium IDE, Selenium WebDriver, and Selenium Grid
  • Create Test Cases in Selenium WebDriver
  • Discuss Waits (Page Synchronization) and various other Selenium WebDriver functions
  • Handle different controls on a Webpage
  • Implement TestNG
  • Describe Page Object Modelling
  • Learn Parametrization and different frameworks
  • Implement some of the Third-Party Tools such as Jenkins, AutoIT, Sikuli, and Maven
For any project, companies are rapidly inclining towards open source automated testing tools that will enable them to cut down the cost and effort that manual testing involves. Selenium is one such open source automated testing tool for websites. Performance, execution speed, and browser interaction of Selenium are faster than any other automation tool.
The test packages, the modes of Selenium available for unattended execution, and the fact that the test script can be developed in any language that Selenium supports make Selenium the most desired automation testing tool.
In addition, Selenium supports different operating systems along with support for different programming languages such as Python, Pearl, Ruby, PHP, .NET, C#, and Java; and various browsers, thereby making Selenium the leading automation tool.
The below professionals can take up our Selenium Certification Training:
  • Professionals who aim to become Automation Testers
  • Application Testers who aim to explore Automation
  • QA Engineers
The below are the suggested pre-requisites for taking up our Selenium Certification Training:
  • Basic understanding of manual QA Process
  • Any programming language experience is desired (JAVA will be preferred)
  • Any development integrated environment (IDE) (Eclipse latest version preferred)
The system requirement for Selenium course is a system with an Intel i3 processor or above, minimum 2GB RAM (4GB recommended) and an operating system can be of 32bit or 64 bit.
Practical for this course will be implemented using Java, Eclipse, Selenium IDE, Selenium WebDriver, Browsers (Chrome, Firefox, IE), Microsoft Excel, Junit TestNG, Jenkins, Sikuli, and AutoIT.
This course contains multiple case studies, below are few case studies which are part of this course:
Case Study 1: 
Statement: To understand the basics of Selenium WebDriver and the usage of different locator types present in selenium. Launch the ProICT portal and find the elements using different attributes (id, XPath, CSS selector). The automation script should support any browser (Chrome, Firefox) without changing the attributes.
Case Study 2: 
Statement: Automate ProICT  web application with the help of Selenium WebDriver, Java to search for a course, handle all the page loading time using selenium wait, approach and handle dynamically changing elements.
Case Study 3:
Statement: A person wants to check for the one-way flights from Bengaluru to Lucknow for 5 passengers (3 Adults and 2 children) on Indigo portal for the current date. Automate the same using the portal.
Case Study 4: 
Statement: The candidate who has registered for ProICT portal wants to update all the professional and personal details available in the portal. Write a selenium script to do the same and explore the ProICT portal.
Case Study 5:  
Statement: Test the ProICT portal to throw an exception while registering a user who already holds an account with the same email id. Then Log in to the ProICT portal with the registered email id and search for all the courses available and Logout of the ProICT portal. Write test cases using TestNG for above scenario.
You will never miss a lecture at ProICT ! You can choose either of the two options:
  • View the recorded session of the class available in your LMS.
  • You can attend the missed session, in any other live batch.
To help you in this endeavor, we have added a resume builder tool in your LMS. Now, you will be able to create a winning resume in just 3 easy steps. You will have unlimited access to use these templates across different roles and designations. All you need to do is, log in to your LMS and click on the "create your resume" option.
We have limited number of participants in a live session to maintain the Quality Standards. So, unfortunately participation in a live class without enrollment is not possible. However, you can go through the sample class recording and it would give you a clear insight about how are the classes conducted, quality of instructors and the level of interaction in a class.
All the instructors at ProICT are practitioners from the Industry with minimum 10-12 yrs of relevant IT experience. They are subject matter experts and are trained by ProICT for providing an awesome learning experience to the participants.
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