Learning Selenium Testing Tools - Third Edition

Author: Raghavendra Prasad MG

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd


Category: Computers

Page: 318

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If you are a software developer with a basic knowledge of testing and are interested in automated testing using Selenium, this is the book for you. No prior knowledge of Selenium is required.

Selenium Testing Tools Cookbook

Author: Unmesh Gundecha

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd


Category: Computers

Page: 374

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Over 90 recipes to help you build and run automated tests for your web applications with Selenium WebDriver About This Book Learn to leverage the power of Selenium WebDriver with simple examples that illustrate real-world problems and their workarounds Explains the testing of mobile applications with Appium for mobile platforms such as iOS and Android A pragmatic manual with engaging recipes and attractive screenshots to test your web applications efficiently Who This Book Is For This book is intended for software quality assurance/testing professionals, software project managers, or software developers with prior experience in using Selenium and Java to test web-based applications. This books also provides examples for C#, Python and Ruby users. What You Will Learn Understand how the locators work and use various locator methods to build reliable tests Build reliable and maintainable tests with the Selenium WebDriver API Use the PageFactory pattern to build a robust and easy to maintain test framework Build data-driven tests and extend Selenium API to implement custom steps and checks Integrate and use ATDD/BDD tools such as Cucumber, SpecFlow, Capybara, and Behave with the Selenium WebDriver API Set up iPhone/iPad and Android simulators and devices to test your mobile web application with Appium Set up Selenium Grid for faster and parallel running of tests, increasing test coverage and reducing test execution time for cross-browser testing Build extended Selenium WebDriver tests for additional coverage In Detail This book is an incremental guide that will help you learn and use the advanced features of the Selenium toolset including the WebDriver API in various situations to build a reliable test automation. You start off by setting up the test development environment and gain tips on the advanced locater strategy and the effective use of the Selenium WebDriver API. After that, the use of design patterns such as data - driven tests and PageFactory are demonstrated. You will then be familiarised with extending Selenium WebDriver API by implementing custom tasks and setting up your own distributed environment to run tests in parallel for cross-browser testing. Finally, we give you some tips on integrating Selenium WebDriver with other popular tools and testing mobile applications. By the end of this book, you will have learned enough to solve complex testing issues on your own. Style and approach This recipe-based guide covers real-life scenarios of testing your web apps with Selenium. Each recipe begins with a short introduction and key concepts along with illustrated examples of use cases, and ends with detailed but informative descriptions of the inner workings of the example.

Solr Cookbook - Third Edition

Author: Rafał Kuć

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd


Category: Computers

Page: 356

View: 133

This book is for intermediate Solr Developers who are willing to learn and implement Pro-level practices, techniques, and solutions. This edition will specifically appeal to developers who wish to quickly get to grips with the changes and new features of Apache Solr 5.

Mastering Selenium WebDriver

Author: Mark Collin

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd


Category: Computers

Page: 280

View: 633

Increase the performance, capability, and reliability of your automated checks by mastering Selenium WebDriver About This Book Create an extensible test framework in Java supporting parallel execution with TestNG Understand the power, simplicity, and limitations of the core Selenium framework Write clear, simple, readable, and reliable tests that perform complex test automation tasks Who This Book Is For If you are a software tester or a developer who has learnt the basics of Selenium using the WebDriver API and is now ready to take the next step, then this is the book for you. What You Will Learn Provide fast, useful feedback with sensible errors and screenshots Create extensible, well-composed page objects Gain an in-depth understanding of implicit and explicit waits, and how you should use them Leverage the full power of the Actions API Explore the full potential of the JavascriptExecutor Extend Selenium's capabilities by integrating other applications Learn how to plug third-party products into Selenium, and where it is appropriate to do so In Detail Selenium WebDriver, also known as Selenium 2, is a UI automation tool used by software developers and QA engineers to test their web applications on different web browsers. The Selenium WebDriver API is fully object oriented compared with the deprecated Selenium RC. The WebDriver API provides multi-language support and run tests on all the most popular browsers. In this wide and complex World Wide Web era, this book will teach you how to tame it by gaining an in-depth understanding of the Selenium API. This book starts with how to solve the difficult problems that you will undoubtedly come across as you start using Selenium in an enterprise environment, followed by producing the right feedback when failing, and what the common exceptions are, explain them properly (including the root cause) and tell you how to fix them. You will also see the differences between the three available implicit waits and explicit waits, and learn to working with effective page objects. Moving on, the book shows you how to utilize the Advanced User Interactions API, how you can run any JavaScript you need through Selenium, and how to quickly spin up a Selenium Grid using Docker containers. At the end, the book will discuss the upcoming Selenium W3C specification and how it is going to affect the future of Selenium. Style and approach This book is a pragmatic guide that takes you through the process of creating a test framework. It then shows you how you can extend this framework to overcome common obstacles that you will come across whilst using Selenium.

Selenium Framework Design in Data-Driven Testing

Build data-driven test frameworks using Selenium WebDriver, AppiumDriver, Java, and TestNG

Author: Carl Cocchiaro

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd


Category: Computers

Page: 354

View: 586

Take a deep dive into building data-driven test frameworks using Selenium WebDriver Key Features A comprehensive guide to designing data-driven test frameworks using the Selenium 3 WebDriver API, AppiumDriver API, Java-Bindings, and TestNG Learn how to use Selenium Page Object Design Patterns and D.R.Y. (Don’t Repeat Yourself) Approaches to software development in automated testing Discover the Selenium Grid Architecture and build your own grid for browser and mobile devices Use third party tools and services like ExtentReports for results processing, reporting, and SauceLabs for cloud-based test services Book Description The Selenium WebDriver 3.x Technology is an open source API available to test both Browser and Mobile applications. It is completely platform independent in that tests built for one browser or mobile device, will also work on all other browsers and mobile devices. Selenium supports all major development languages which allow it to be tied directly into the technology used to develop the applications. This guide will provide a step-by-step approach to designing and building a data-driven test framework using Selenium WebDriver, Java, and TestNG. The book starts off by introducing users to the Selenium Page Object Design Patterns and D.R.Y Approaches to Software Development. In doing so, it covers designing and building a Selenium WebDriver framework that supports both Browser and Mobile Devices. It will lead the user through a journey of architecting their own framework with a scalable driver class, Java utility classes, JSON Data Provider, Data-Driven Test Classes, and support for third party tools and plugins. Users will learn how to design and build a Selenium Grid from scratch to allow the framework to scale and support different browsers, mobile devices, versions, and platforms, and how they can leverage third party grids in the Cloud like SauceLabs. Other topics covered include designing abstract base and sub-classes, inheritance, dual-driver support, parallel testing, testing multi-branded applications, best practices for using locators, and data encapsulation. Finally, you will be presented with a sample fully-functional framework to get them up and running with the Selenium WebDriver for browser testing. By the end of the book, you will be able to design your own automation testing framework and perform data-driven testing with Selenium WebDriver. What you will learn Design the Selenium Driver Class for local, remote, and third party grid support Build Page Object Classes using the Selenium Page Object Model Develop Data-Driven Test Classes using the TestNG framework Encapsulate Data using the JSON Protocol Build a Selenium Grid for RemoteWebDriver Testing Construct Utility Classes for use in Synchronization, File I/O, Reporting and Test Listener Classes Run the sample framework and see the benefits of a live data-driven framework in real-time Who this book is for This book is intended for software quality assurance/testing professionals, software project managers, or software developers with prior experience in using Selenium and Java to test web-based applications.This book is geared towards the quality assurance and development professionals responsible for designing and building enterprise-based testing frameworks.The user should have a working knowledge of the Java, TestNG, and Selenium technologies

Fundamentals of Manufacturing, Third Edition

Author: Philip D. Rufe

Publisher: Society of Manufacturing Engineers


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 684

View: 936

Fundamentals of Manufacturing, Third Edition provides a structured review of the fundamentals of manufacturing for individuals planning to take SME'S Certified Manufacturing Technologist (CMfgT) or Certified Manufacturing Engineer (CMfgE) certification exams. This book has been updated according to the most recent Body of Knowledge published by the Certification Oversight and Appeals Committee of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. While the objective of this book is to prepare for the certification process, it is a primary source of information for individuals interested in learning fundamental manufacturing concepts and practices. This book is a valuable resource for anyone with limited manufacturing experience or training. Instructor slides and the Fundamentals of Manufacturing Workbook are available to complement course instruction and exam preparation. Table of Contents Chapter 1: Mathematics Chapter 2: Units of Measure Chapter 3: Light Chapter 4: Sound Chapter 5: Electricity/Electronics Chapter 6: Statics Chapter 7: Dynamics Chapter 8: Strength of Materials Chapter 9: Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Chapter 10: Fluid Power Chapter 11: Chemistry Chapter 12: Material Properties Chapter 13: Metals Chapter 14: Plastics Chapter 15: Composites Chapter 16: Ceramics Chapter 17: Engineering Drawing Chapter 18: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Chapter 19: Computer-Aided Design/Engineering Chapter 20: Product Development and Design Chapter 21: Intelllectual Property Chapter 22: Product Liability Chapter 23: Cutting Tool Technology Chapter 24: Machining Chapter 25: Metal Forming Chapter 26: Sheet Metalworking Chapter 27: Powdered Metals Chapter 28: Casting Chapter 29: Joining and Fastening Chapter 30: Finishing Chapter 31: Plastics Processes Chapter 32: Composite Processes Chapter 33: Ceramic Processes Chapter 34: Printed Circuit Board Fabrication and Assembly Chapter 35: Traditional Production Planning and Control Chapter 36: Lean Production Chapter 37: Process Engineering Chapter 38: Fixture and Jig Design Chapter 39: Materials Management Chapter 40: Industrial Safety, Health and Environmental Management Chapter 41: Manufacturing Networks Chapter 42: Computer Numerical Control Machining Chapter 43: Programmable Logic Controllers Chapter 44: Robotics Chapter 45: Automated Material Handling and Identification Chapter 46: Statistical Methods for Quality Control Chapter 47: Continuous Improvement Chapter 48: Quality Standards Chapter 49: Dimensional Metrology Chapter 50: Nondestructive Testing Chapter 51: Management Introduction Chapter 52: Leadership and Motivation Chapter 53: Project Management Chapter 54: Labor Relations Chapter 55: Engineering Economics Chapter 56: Sustainable Manufacturing Chapter 57: Personal Effectiveness

Hands-On Functional Test Automation

With Visual Studio 2017 and Selenium

Author: Chaminda Chandrasekara

Publisher: Apress


Category: Computers

Page: 235

View: 849

Get started with functional testing of both web apps and Windows apps using different test frameworks. This book will take you on a deep dive into integrating functional automation testing with deployment pipelines. Hands-On Functional Test Automation contains step-by-step lessons that will give you an understanding of how to do functional test automation using Selenium with C# and Python. Also, you will learn how to enhance your test automation development with third-party frameworks. You will configure test clients, run functional tests through VSTS release management, and carry out performance and load-testing to gain a good understanding of how to configure a test rig for testing in on-premises environments as well as how to do cloud-based testing. Each lesson comprises an introduction to the related concepts to help you understand how things work. This will broaden your knowledge so you can implement test automation in the correct way. At the end of each lesson alternative options and other enhancement possibilities are discussed to allow you to do further exploration. What You Will Learn Implement functional test automation of Windows and web applications Use Visual Studio for load and performance testing Configure a test rig for on-premises load testing Test micro-services applications Who This Book Is For Anyone who handles test automation as part of the software-delivery process.

How Google Tests Software

Author: James A. Whittaker

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional


Category: Computers

Page: 281

View: 871

Describes the techniques Google uses to test their software, and offers similiar techniques for analyzing risk and planning tests, allowing an Internet company to become more productive.

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pytest Quick Start Guide

Write better Python code with simple and maintainable tests

Author: Bruno Oliveira

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd


Category: Computers

Page: 160

View: 110

Learn the pytest way to write simple tests which can also be used to write complex tests Key Features Become proficient with pytest from day one by solving real-world testing problems Use pytest to write tests more efficiently Scale from simple to complex and functional testing Book Description Python's standard unittest module is based on the xUnit family of frameworks, which has its origins in Smalltalk and Java, and tends to be verbose to use and not easily extensible.The pytest framework on the other hand is very simple to get started, but powerful enough to cover complex testing integration scenarios, being considered by many the true Pythonic approach to testing in Python. In this book, you will learn how to get started right away and get the most out of pytest in your daily workflow, exploring powerful mechanisms and plugins to facilitate many common testing tasks. You will also see how to use pytest in existing unittest-based test suites and will learn some tricks to make the jump to a pytest-style test suite quickly and easily. What you will learn Write and run simple and complex tests Organize tests in fles and directories Find out how to be more productive on the command line Markers and how to skip, xfail and parametrize tests Explore fxtures and techniques to use them effectively, such as tmpdir, pytestconfg, and monkeypatch Convert unittest suites to pytest using little-known techniques Use third-party plugins Who this book is for This book is for Python programmers that want to learn more about testing. This book is also for QA testers, and those who already benefit from programming with tests daily but want to improve their existing testing tools.