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Basic of Java & Selenium Training Courses

Software Automation Testing

Selenium is used to automate browsers. That's it! What you do with that power is entirely up to you. Primarily, it is for automating web applications for testing purposes, but is certainly not limited to just that. Boring web-based administration tasks can (and should!) also be automated as well. Selenium has the support of some of the largest browser vendors who have taken (or are taking) steps to make Selenium a native part of their browser. It is also the core technology in countless other browser automation tools, APIs and frameworks. Test automation has specific advantages for improving the long-term efficiency of a software team’s testing processes.

Test automation supports: Frequent regression testing

Rapid feedback to developers

Virtually unlimited iterations of test case execution

Support for Agile and extreme development methodologies

Disciplined documentation of test cases

Customized defect reporting

Finding defects missed by manual testing

Selenium supports many languages such as Java, Rails, PHP, C#, Perl, Python and JavaScript

SCHEDULE DATES - 24 Hour Program
 
Selenium
10AM - 6PM (Weekends)
Start Date & Graduation Date
10/19/2019 to 11/17/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
9AM - 5PM (Weekdays)
Start Date & Graduation Date
10/21/2019 to 11/01/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
6PM - 10PM (M, T, W)
Start Date & Graduation Date
10/21/2019 to 12/03/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
9AM - 5PM (Weekdays)
Start Date & Graduation Date
11/04/2019 to 11/15/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
9AM - 5PM (Weekdays)
Start Date & Graduation Date
11/18/2019 to 11/29/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
10AM - 6PM (Weekends)
Start Date & Graduation Date
11/23/2019 to 12/22/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
6PM - 10PM (M, T, W)
Start Date & Graduation Date
12/09/2019 to 01/21/2020
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
10AM - 6PM (Weekends)
Start Date & Graduation Date
12/28/2019 to 01/26/2020
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
6PM - 10PM (M, T, W)
Start Date & Graduation Date
01/27/2020 to 03/10/2020
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
10AM - 6PM (Weekends)
Start Date
Graduation Date
10/19/2019
11/17/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
9AM - 5PM (Weekdays)
Start Date
Graduation Date
10/21/2019
11/01/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
6PM - 10PM (M, T, W)
Start Date
Graduation Date
10/21/2019
12/03/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
9AM - 5PM (Weekdays)
Start Date
Graduation Date
11/04/2019
11/15/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
9AM - 5PM (Weekdays)
Start Date
Graduation Date
11/18/2019
11/29/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
10AM - 6PM (Weekends)
Start Date
Graduation Date
11/23/2019
12/22/2019
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
6PM - 10PM (M, T, W)
Start Date
Graduation Date
12/09/2019
01/21/2020
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
10AM - 6PM (Weekends)
Start Date
Graduation Date
12/28/2019
01/26/2020
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days
Selenium
6PM - 10PM (M, T, W)
Start Date
Graduation Date
01/27/2020
03/10/2020
3 Days (7 Hours) a Day for 3 Days

Basic of Java & Selenium Objective

Automation

A brief introduction to automation and the need for automation. How automation will enable you to beat competition and make you get the better jobs in market.

Core Java/Programming

This class will set you up for understanding Basic OOPs and java concepts. These concepts will be extremely important for you to become a good Automation tester. This section is specially designed so that can be followed by any Manual test very easily.

Eclipse IDE

This topic might seem little off place here but it’s very important topic to understand the tool you are using. Eclipse will the primary choice of development environment and we will discuss features of eclipse here.

Set up Eclipse

We will start with setting up WebDriver, so that every participant start flaunting off their newly learnt skills by writing some cool test programs:

WebDriver Interface

This topic will make you familiar with the concept of browsers in WebDriver and how to launch basic Firefox browser using WebDriver. Here we will also talk about WebDriver & WebElement interface which will enable us to answer many complicated Interview Questions about WebDriver Implementation.

Browser & Navigation Commands

This is something which everybody do very first thing when they learn Selenium. Opening & closing of browser and some navigation function on top of it.

WebElement Commands

An important and basic need of Selenium Automation. This part enables every participant to start writing automation test in their organizations. These are the most commonly used operations on any website.

Locators

In this class we will start learning about HTML, how elements are defined inside HTML document and what are the different attributes that are associated with an HTML element. We also try to find elements based on its attribute values.

Element Identification

This part explains the lifesaver Add-Ons & tools for Selenium. Finding elements are the most common activity carried out in Selenium. These tools give us power to easily identify complex elements and help us in saving lot of time.

Tables, Checkboxes & Radio buttons

We will start with setting up WebDriver, so that every participant start flaunting off their newly learnt skills by writing some cool test programs:

Selenium Waits, Alert & Switch Windows

A little complexity will start now onwards. To use Waits effective is very important for every automation tester. Wait helps us in switching windows, handling pop-ups, operating alerts correctly.

Action Class

This gives us power on recently build Application with latest and complex object features. Hovering mouse or simulate Mouse and Keyword operations can be done by using Action Class. A necessary thing to learn in Selenium journey.

Browser Profile

Different types of browser profiles and user authentication models with examples will be discussed in this class. You will need these to test secured websites and user authenticated websites.

Basic of Java & Selenium Training Courses

 
Automation

A brief introduction to automation and the need for automation. How automation will enable you to beat competition and make you get the better jobs in market.
1.1 What is Automation Testing
1.2 Use of automation Testing
1.3 Tools for Automation Testing
1.4 What is Selenium 3 and 4
1.5 Advantage of Selenium
1.6 Introduction to WebDriver

Core Java/Programming

This class will set you up for understanding Basic OOPs and java concepts. These concepts will be extremely important for you to become a good Automation tester. This section is specially designed so that can be followed by any Manual test very easily.
2.1 Data Types and Variables
2.2 String Class
2.3 Arithmetic Operators & Concatenation operators
2.4 Conditional & Decision Making
2.5 Single Dimensional Array
2.6 Loops (For, While)
2.7 Classes and Objects
2.8 Class Constructors
2.9 Functions in Java
2.10 Function Input Parameters
2.11 Function Return Types
2.12 Inheritance
2.13 Polymorphism
2.14 Encapsulation
2.15 Data Hiding
2.16 Method Overloading
2.17 Method Overriding
2.18 Abstract class
2.19 Interface
2.20 Exception Handling
2.21 Super/This Keywords
2.22 Final/Finally/Finalize Keywords
2.23 Wrapper Classes
2.24 String Manipulation
2.25 Collections Basics (Array List, HashMap, Set)
2.26 Interview Questions

Eclipse IDE

This topic might seem little off place here but it’s very important topic to understand the tool you are using. Eclipse will the primary choice of development environment and we will discuss features of eclipse here.
3.1 How to use Eclipse
3.2 How to run, stop, pause
3.3 How to debug in Eclipse
3.4 Understanding console output
3.5 How to put a break point
3.6 How to add Watch variables
3.7 How to find errors from Problem window
3.8 Usage of step into and Step over debug functionality

Set up Eclipse

We will start with setting up WebDriver, so that every participant start flaunting off their newly learnt skills by writing some cool test programs:
4.1 Download and install java
4.2 Download and start Eclipse
4.3 Download and configure WebDriver java client
4.4 Set up a project
4.5 Create packages
4.6 Create a First Java test case
4.7 Import WebDriver Source file

WebDriver Interface

This topic will make you familiar with the concept of browsers in WebDriver and how to launch basic Firefox browser using WebDriver. Here we will also talk about WebDriver & WebElement interface which will enable us to answer many complicated Interview Questions about WebDriver Implementation.
5.1 Download and install java
5.2 Download and start Eclipse
5.3 Download and configure WebDriver java client
5.4 Set up a project
5.5 Create packages
5.6 Create a First Java test case
5.7 Import WebDriver Source file

Browser & Navigation Commands

This is something which everybody do very first thing when they learn Selenium. Opening & closing of browser and some navigation function on top of it.
6.1 How to Open a URL
6.2 Verify Page title
6.3 Strategy to get the Page Source
6.4 Difference between Close & Quit
6.5 Ways to Navigate Back & Forward
6.6 How to Refresh Page
6.7 Another way of Navigating to specific Page

WebElement Commands

An important and basic need of Selenium Automation. This part enables every participant to start writing automation test in their organizations. These are the most commonly used operations on any website.
7.1 Difference between FindElement & FindElements
7.2 Enter & Clear text from Input field
7.3 How Click action works differently on different elements
7.4 Managing Input fields, Buttons & Links
7.5 Finding all links on the Page
7.6 Extracting More than one object from a page
7.7 Extracting Objects from a specific area of a web page
7.8 Check if element is Present, Displayed, Enabled or Selected

Locators

In this class we will start learning about HTML, how elements are defined inside HTML document and what are the different attributes that are associated with an HTML element. We also try to find elements based on its attribute values.
8.1 What are locators
8.2 HTML Basics
8.3 HTML language tags and attributes
8.4 ID, Name, Xpath, CSS etc
8.5 Difference between Absolute & Complete Xpath
8.6 Finding your first element
8.7 WebElement Commands

Element Identification

This part explains the lifesaver Add-Ons & tools for Selenium. Finding elements are the most common activity carried out in Selenium. These tools give us power to easily identify complex elements and help us in saving lot of time.
9.1 Element Inspector in Mozilla, Chrome and IE
9.2 Element locator tool for FF
9.3 Various HTML locator strategies
9.4 XPath Helper Plug-in for Chrome
9.5 Selection of Effective XPath
9.6 Handling Dynamic objects/ids on the page

Tables, Checkboxes & Radio buttons

We will start with setting up WebDriver, so that every participant start flaunting off their newly learnt skills by writing some cool test programs:
10.1 Identify table rows and columns
10.2 Extracting values from a cell
10.3 Dynamically Identify Tables Data
10.4 Select class in Selenium
10.5 Drop Down Handle
10.6 Select multiple values from the list
10.7 Select & Deselect operations by Index, Value & Visible Text

Selenium Waits, Alert & Switch Windows

A little complexity will start now onwards. To use Waits effective is very important for every automation tester. Wait helps us in switching windows, handling pop-ups, operating alerts correctly.
11.1 Implicit and Explicit waits
11.2 How to use Expected Conditions with Waits
11.3 PageLoadTimeout & SetScriptTimeout property
11.4 Simple use of Thread Sleep
11.5 Concept of Fluent Wait in Selenium
11.6 Strategy to poll for an object
11.7 WebDriverWait and its uses
11.8 Different WaitUntil Conditions
11.9 Managing Ajax based components
11.10 Ways to handle Simple, Confirmation & Prompt Alert
11.11 Concepts of Set Interface in Java
11.12 Difference between Window Handle & Handles
11.13 Switching & Closing Windows, Tabs & PopUps
11.14 Concept of window ID
11.15 Extracting window IDs with Selenium Object reference

Action Class

This gives us power on recently build Application with latest and complex object features. Hovering mouse or simulate Mouse and Keyword operations can be done by using Action Class. A necessary thing to learn in Selenium journey.
12.1 What is Action Class & What can we do with Action Class
12.2 Mouse Hover & Mouse Movement with Action
12.3 Finding Coordinates of a Web Object
12.4 Drag and Drop Action

Browser Profile

Different types of browser profiles and user authentication models with examples will be discussed in this class. You will need these to test secured websites and user authenticated websites.
13.1 What is Browser Profile
13.2 How to set up ChromeOptions and Firefox Options

Basic of Java & Selenium Training Classes
 
  • A working knowledge of Java, C#/.Net, or Python
  • HS Diploma/GED

Basic of Java & Selenium

 

Income Expectation

$75,272/yr

The average salary for a Advanced Selenium Automation Tester Employee is $75,272 in New York City. Salary estimates are provided by glassdoor.

 

Upon completion of this course, and the certifying exam(s), the student will be qualified to take a job as a

Selenium Tester
Automation Tester
QA Automation Tester
Software Tester
Software Engineer

Basic of Java & Selenium Training Classes

Selenium with Python

Basic of Java & Selenium Training Classes

$3,000

Basic of Java & Selenium Training Classes

Final Exam

  • CompTIA
  • CISCO
  • EC-Council
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