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Selenium WebDriver with C# for Beginners + Live Testing Site

Tod Vachev

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13 Videos (1h 15m)
    • Introduction to the course and an answer to "Why C#?

      4:22
    • Getting Started - Setup your environment

      6:03
    • Name Element Selector

      7:14
    • ID Element Selector

      4:37
    • ClassName Element Selector

      2:49
    • CSS and XPath Element Selectors

      6:10
    • Handling the NoSuchElementException

      4:17
    • Choosing the right selector

      3:13
    • Special Elements - Text Input Field

      6:59
    • Special Elements - Check Box

      6:57
    • Special Elements - Radio Buttons

      5:51
    • Special Elements - Drop Down Menus

      10:44
    • Special Elements - Alert Box

      5:26

About This Class

Selenium is a free automation testing tool for web applications. It is able to work with different browsers like Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera and simulate human like behavior. Selenium is able to interact with all the different elements in a webpage. It can click on them, input text, extract text and much more. By covering all the different functionalities on your website with Selenium tests, you will be able to quickly catch new and reappearing old bugs. This will save your team time and money.

Specially for you, I have prepared a website where you can play around and practice your skills.

The website has special elements designed specificly for the course and for you to be able to easily work with them and learn.

In this course we will focus on Graphic User Interface and Functionality Testing and we will learn how to work with the various selectors that Selenium offers us to use like:

  • Name selector
  • ID Selector
  • Class Name selector
  • CSS Path selector
  • X Path selector

After that we will learn how to work with some special elements like:

  • Input text boxes
  • Check boxes
  • Radio buttons
  • Drop down menus
  • JavaScript Alert boxes

We will also have a few theory lectures in which I will explain when you should use either of these selectors, how to inspect elements and what is an Automation Testing Framework and why do we need to learn how to create one.

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