World of Selenium – The Map!

Let’s make life easier. And how is that going to happen? By knowing, what is coming.

That’s what this page is all about. An Index to this blog!
(A link to each post will be updated as and when they take form.)

A Map to Selenium Ville:

What is all this about – Selenium to the Rescue?

  1. What is Selenium?
  2. Why automated testing?
  3. History of Selenium
  4. Selenium Tool Suite
  5. Browsers and Platforms supported by Selenium Tools
  6. Selenium Tools: A fight for Supremacy
  7. Selenium IDE

  8. Surprise Freebie (Its worth the wait!)
  9. WebDriver

  10.  Selenium WebDriver Framework – Building blocks
    • Using Apache ANT
    • Generating JUnit report
    • Report customization
    • Taking a screenshot
    • Saving screenshots to word document
    • Sending emails (to multiple users, with attachments)
    • Using property files as repositories
    • Reading data from Excel – JXL
    • Reading data from Excel – POI
    • Reading data from Excel – JDBC
    • Using Page Object Model (POM)
    • Using Log4j with WebDriver

  11. Building a selenium WebDriver framework – One step at a time
  12. Selenium RC
    • What is Selenium RC?
    • Set-up and starting the server
    • Running a test
    • When to use Selenium RC?

  13. Selenium Grid
    • What is Selenium Grid?
    • Setting Grid up
    • Running a Test
    • Other considerations

  14. Limitations of Selenium
  15. Points to ponder and possible interview questions

Hope that serves the purpose. Feel free to post your thoughts and clarifications in the comments section. Hit “Follow” in case you don’t want to miss a post!

Thank you!

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13 thoughts on “World of Selenium – The Map!

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  3. hello sir,
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