Selenium Certification Training

Selenium Certification Training

Selenium is a suite of tools designed specifically for automating web browsers. It is used by many major online enterprises like Facebook and Google for testing their web user interfaces. Selenium supports different operating systems, programming languages and browsers, that helps Selenium to stay ahead in Automation testing realm. During this training, trainees will master in four different components of Selenium such as Selenium IDE, Selenium RC, Selenium WebDriver and Selenium Grid and also gain knowledge on how to perform tests on multiple machines simultaneously running on different operating systems by integrating with other frameworks like JUnit and TestNG.

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For Instructor-led live online training program, each session will be approximately 2-3 hrs as per schedule. We offer weekdays or weekend schedules. You have the flexibility to watch the class recording (which is posted on LMS) if you miss any class. For Self-paced video training program, you will be provided recorded videos for all topics covered.

Assistance/installation guides for setting up the required environment for Assignments / Projects is provided. Online access to quizzes with auto evaluation.

At the end, you’ll work on a Real-life Project based Case study on any of the selected Use cases. Problem statement and Data sets will be provided.

You get 6 months access to the Learning Management System (LMS). Apart from the class recordings all installation guides, class presentations, sample codes, project documents are available in the LMS. Course and Study materials access is provided for Lifetime which are also downloadable.

We have 24×7 online support team available for help with technical queries you may have during the course. All the queries are tracked as tickets and you get a guaranteed response. If required, the support team can also provide you Live support by accessing your machine remotely.

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Description
Every IT project needs testing either at all stages or at the end of the project. Testing helps in identifying and resolving errors immediately before delivering the project to the client. Selenium is an open-source automated testing tool for web-based applications across various browsers. Due to its flexibility, Selenium is used to test many projects developed using various programming languages.

Did you Know?
1. As Selenium can operate outside and within the browser environment it can playback and automate a test of an application in variety of browsers such as Internet Explorer or Firefox, Safari, and Chrome. 
2. Selenium is a set of tools which only supports web application testing and supports HTTP and HTTPS protocols.
3. Selenium Grid operates test on multiple machines like Windows, Linux and Macintosh at the same time and returns the results to a single log location. 
4. FlexUISelenium, a new component is used in testing Flash Objects and also tests Flex UI interactions by combining with Selenium RC.


Why learn and get Certified in Selenium?
1. Most innovative companies such as SauceLabs, BrowserStack, Microsoft, Amazon, Adobe, Google have built products based on Selenium to offer more value to clients, thus there is a huge demand for Selenium testing professionals in the job market.
2. Out of the best scanning and sleuthing software testing tools, Selenium has growing market share of 18.1% of 3000 technology products that proves it’s sustainability in the market.
3. A Selenium Testing professional with Selenese, test-domain specific language knowledge can write tests in a number of popular programming languages such as Java, C#, Groovy, Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby.


Course Objective
After the completion of this course, Trainee will:
1. Gain knowledge to describe the purpose of Selenium and understand the proper approach to test automation
2. Understand to record, play back automated test cases, to configure hub, node, and run scripts on remote computer
3. Develop and work with test suites, schedule automatic test runs and utilize different Selenium script formats
4. Get insight on execution of scenarios, various element locators (ID, Name, XPATH, CSS, DOM), and locator strategies
5. Configure custom log files, create a custom object map, and reusable modules to reduce script maintenance


Pre-requisites
1. Knowledge on few concepts like DOS Commands, Windows Explorer, and Notepad Editor and Understanding of Web applications and Client Server 
2. Basic knowledge of MS SQL, Server Database (RDBMS) and SQL will be an added advantage
Basic Programming skills like Visual Basic, C, C#, Java, COBOL and FORTRAN are also preferred


Who should attend this Training?
People with both technical and non-technical skills can enroll for Selenium training as it does not require core programming skills. This professional testing course is best suited for:
1. Software Testers
2. Automation Testers
3. Quality Analysis Engineers
4. Test Lead/Managers
5. Software Developers


Prepare for Certification
Our training and certification program gives you a solid understanding of the key topics covered on the Agile Testing Alliance’s (CA-CPT Certification). In addition to boosting your income potential, getting certified in Automation Testing, demonstrates your knowledge of the skills necessary to be an effective Selenium Automation Tester. The certification validates your ability to produce reliable, high-quality results with increased efficiency and consistency.

Prepare for Certification
CoursesIT is the first to offer a combination of Apache Spark with Scala / Python and Apache Storm to prepare Professionals for the Cloudera CCA175 certification and who want to stay on top of the market demand for Data Processing and Computation.CoursesIT.us’s best in-class blended learning approach of online training combined with instructor-led training will lead to higher retention and better results from the certification.


How will I perform the practical sessions in Online training?
For online training, CoursesIT provides virtual environment that helps in accessing each other’s system. The detailed pdf files, reference material, course code are provided to trainee. Online sessions can be conducted through any of the available requirements like Skype, WebEx, GoToMeeting, Webinar, etc.

Basic
JUnit 4 Framework / ANT
1.JUnit – What is it?
2.JUnit 4 configuration in Project/Eclipse.
3.Annotation – JUnit 4.
4.Running Test in Junit
5.Skipping Tests
6.Parameterizing Tests
7.Using Assertions
8.Reporting Errors / ErrorCollector
9.Batch Running – Custom Runners
10.ANT – What is it?
11.Build.xml configuration
12.HTML Report generation using Ant
13.Building a BAT file to run tests using ANT
TestNg Framework / ANT
1.TestNg – What is it?
2.Installing TestNg in Eclipse
3.Understanding usage of annotations
4.Running a Test in TestNg
5.Batch Running of tests in TestNg
6.Skipping Tests
7.Parameterizing Tests – DataProvider
8.Assertions/Reporting Errors
9.TestNg Reports
10.Advantages over Junit
11.Using TestNg in Selenium
12.What is Ant
13.Downloading and configuring Ant
14.Build.xml configuration
15.XSLT report generation using TestNg and Ant
16.Building a BAT file to run tests using ANT
Selenium IDE
1.Selenium IDE – Installation
2.Recording Script
3.Script – Running, Pausing and debugging
4.Running a script line by line
5.Inserting commands in between script
6.XPATHS and installing firebug to get XPATHS
7.Wait Commands
8.Verification and Assertions
9.Using verify or assertion
10.JavaScript
11.User-extension.js in Selenium IDE
12.Using if statements and loops in IDE
13.Echo, StoreEval and StoredVars
14.Creating your own user extensions
15.Making a function in user extension to generate random email address.
16.Extracting all values of dropdown
17.Reading XML from JavaScript using DOM
18.Building Test Cases – Example
19.Parameterize your IDE test cases with customized use extension and XML
20.Regular Expressions in Selenium IDE
21.Handling JavaScript Alerts
22.Capturing screenshots – Selenium IDE
23.Testing Flash applications with IDE – Selenium Flex API
24.Capturing screenshots from Selenium IDE
Selenium WebDriver
1.WebDriver – Why?
2.Downloading WebDriver Jars and configuring in eclipse
3.Architecture of selenium webdriver
4.Drivers for Firefox, IE, chrome, IPhone, Android etc.
5.First Selenium Code
6.Working with Internet Explorer and Chrome
7.Selenium Web Driver and RC
8.Concept of Firefox profile
9.Firefox profile – What is it?
10.Firefox Profile – Why required?
11.Close and Quit -Difference
12.Importing webdriver documentation in eclipse
13.WebDriver Desired Capabilities Class
14.Proxy settings with webdriver/Working with proxy Servers
15.HTMLUnit driver and desired capabilities
Selenium WebDriver – 2
1.Fire path and firebug Add-ons installation in Mozilla
2.Inspecting elements in Mozilla, Chrome and IE
3.HTML language tags and attributes
4.Various locator strategies
5.WebDriver Interface
6.WebElement Interface
7.Identifying WebElements using id, name, class
8.Finding Xpaths to identify
9.Absolute and complete Xpaths
10.Creating customized Xpaths without firebug
11.Css Selectors
12.Generating own Css Selectors
13.Performance of Css Selectors as compared to Xpaths
14.Finding xpaths/css selectors in different browsers – Mozilla, Chrome and IE
15.Objects with same id/xpath/css selector
16.Class attribute – What is it?
17.Handling Dynamic objects/ids on the page
18.Working with different browsers without changing code
Selenium WebDriver – 3
1.Managing Input fields, Buttons and creating custom xpaths
2.Managing/Identifying Links with xpaths/css selectors
3.Extracting More than one object from a page
4.Extracting all links of a page/Bulk extraction of objects
5.Extracting Objects from a specific area of a web page
6.Various strategies to test Links on a page by clicking on them one by one.
7.Finding response Headers/ response code
8.Finding whether object is present on page or not.
9.Handling drop down list
10.Select Class in Selenium API
11.Managing radio buttons and Checkboxes
12.Hidden components
13.IsDisplayed function
14.Taking Screenshots of the web pages
15.How to Google out errors-Self sufficiency
16.Exercises
Selenium WebDriver – 4
1.Implicit and Explicit waits
2.Best Practices
3.Distributed installations
4.PageLoadTimeout Property
5.WebDriverWait Class
6.WebDriver .Timeout Interface
7.ExpectedCondition interface and ExpectedConditions class
8.WaitUntil Condition
9.Fluent Wait
10.Managing Ajax based components
11.Concepts of Set Interface in Java
12.Window Handles
13.Managing tabbed windows in IE, Chrome and Mozilla
14.Managing popups in IE, Chrome and Mozilla
15.Closing windows
16.Default Popups
16.Testing https websites / Managing certificate errors in https websites in IE, Chrome and Mozilla
Selenium 2.0 Features – 3
1.Extracting Data From WebTable
2.Dynamic WebTable Handling
3.Attaching files with Selenium
4.Changing your Facebook profile picture by attaching new picture
5.Mouse movement with Selenium- Mouse Interface
6.Handling Ajax Autosuggests
7.Handling Google Ajax Autosuggests
8.Handling Frames in Web Page
9.Handling cookies
10.More Examples on Webtables
11.Webtables and css Selectors
12.Building custom functions for Webtables
13.Managing JavaScript alerts
Selenium 2.0 Features – 5
1.Simulating front and back button click on Browser using selenium
2.Assigning Firefox profile parameters
3.Downloading files using selenium
4.Selenium Javadocs
5.Listeners- Using WebDriverEventListener
6.Practical usage of Listeners in Selenium
7.Moving a mouse on a Object and right clicking on it
8.Finding Coordinates of a Web Object
9.Actions class in Webdriver
10.Handling CSS menu with Action class
11.Handling CSS menu with JavaScriptExecutor
12.JavaScriptExecutor example
13.Drag, drop, native events
Selenium 2.0 – Exercises
1.JAD Session, Verifying Requirements after a JAD Session. One-on-One Meetings for Requirements: JAD Session Homework, Writing a JAD Session Agenda, JAD session inputs, Conducting a JAD Session, JAD Session Outputs, Recording draft requirements in Requirements management tool.
Advance
JUnit and Data Driven Framework
1.Building the Test Base Class
2.Using Annotations of Junit
3.Reading XPATHS, Configuration from properties file
4.Initialize the Webdriver
5.Building the Test Base Class
6.Implementing WebDriver Implicit Wait
7.Implementing tests and batch running them
8.Repeating a test with different Data
9.Building utility functions
10.Parameterizing tests using XL Files
11.Controlling Execution order from XL Files
12.Assertions and Reporting Errors / ErrorCollector
13.Storing Screenshots of errors
14.Running the framework through ANT
15.Generating the HTML reports
16.Emailing test reports
17.Creating a BAT file for project execution
JUnit and Hybrid (Keyword+FunctionalDecomposition) Framework
1.verview of Hybrid(Keyword+Data Driven) Framework
2.Building XLS File Having Test Cases and Keywords
3.Building XLS File Having Test Data
4.Building Base class
5.Reading XPATHS, Configuration from properties file
6.Implementing ImplicitWait
7.Implementing the keywords using the reflection API
8.Implementing tests
9.Assertions and Reporting Errors
10.Parameterizing tests using DataProvider and XL Files
11.Repeating a test with different Data
12.Running the framework through ANT
13.Generating the reports
14.Emailing test reports
15.Creating a BAT file for project execution
TestNg ,Functional Decomposition & PageObject Model Framework
1.Overview of Data driven framework
2.Building the Test Base Class
3.Using Annotations of TestNg
4.Reading XPATHS, Configuration from properties file
5.Initialize the Webdriver
6.Implementing WebDriver Implicit Wait
7.Implementing tests and batch running them
8.Repeating a test with different Data
9.Implement logging with Log4J API
10.Building utility functions
11.Parameterizing tests using XL Files
12.Controlling Execution order from XL Files
13.Assertions and Reporting Errors
14.Storing Screenshots of errors
15.Running the framework through ANT
16.Generating the XSLT reports
17.Creating a BAT file for project execution
18.Emailing Test Reports
TestNg and Hybrid (Keyword+Data Driven) Framework
1.Overview of Hybrid Framework
2.Building XLS File Having Test Cases and Keywords
3.Building XLS File Having Test Data
4.Building Base class
5.Reading XPATHS, Configuration from properties file
6.Implementing WebdriverWait
7.Implementing the keywords using the reflection API
8.Implementing tests
9.Assertions and Reporting Errors
10.Parameterizing tests using DataProvider and XL Files
11.Repeating a test with different Data
12.Running the framework through ANT
13.Generating the reports
14.Emailing test reports
15.Creating a BAT file for project execution

About Selenium Certification

Selenium is one of the most well-known testing frameworks in the world that is in use. It is an open source project that allows testers and developers to develop functional tests to drive the browser. It can be used to record workflows so that developers can prevent future regressions of code. Selenium can work on any browser that supports JavaScript since Selenium has been built using JavaScript.

Certified Practitioner – Selenium Automation Testing Advanced (CP-SAT)

Pre-requisites
1. Knowledge of Java and JavaScript programming language is prerequisite for certification
2. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in Selenium which include basic knowledge of recording, editing, and debugging tests
Exam Details
1. Exam duration is 60 minutes
2. There are 50 Questions
3. Passing mark is 50 percent
4. There is NO negative marking in this module

Other Certifications – Certified Selenium Professional (VSkill)

Pre-requisites 
Knowledge of Java and JavaScript programming language is prerequisite for certification
Exam Details
1. Exam duration is 60 minutes
2. There are 50 Questions
3. Passing mark is 50 percent
4. There is NO negative marking in this module

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