Module 2: Deep Dive into Selenium WebDriver

Introduction to WebDriver

Explains Selenium WebDriver, its architecture, and how it interacts with web browsers to perform automation tasks. Introduces various browser drivers and their roles.

Basic Selenium Scripts

Guides students through writing their first Selenium scripts, demonstrating basic commands and syntax. Covers the setup of the testing environment and execution of simple test cases.

Web Elements

Discusses the concept of web elements (buttons, text fields, links, etc.) and how to interact with them using WebDriver. Introduces the concept of the DOM (Document Object Model).

Locators and Their Use

Describes different types of locators (ID, Name, Class Name, Tag Name, Link Text, Partial Link Text, CSS Selector, XPath) and strategies for using them effectively to find elements on a web page.

Browser actions

Covers actions that can be performed in a browser such as navigation, back, forward, and refresh. Explains how to control browser behavior programmatically.

Performing Actions: Click, Type, Select

Demonstrates how to perform common actions on web elements, such as clicking buttons, typing into text fields, and selecting options from dropdown menus.

Handling Form Elements

Explains how to interact with various form elements like input fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, and dropdowns. Covers form submission techniques.

Taking Screenshots

Shows how to capture screenshots during test execution for debugging and reporting purposes. Discusses different scenarios where screenshots are useful.

Waits in Selenium

Introduces the concept of waits to handle synchronization issues in web applications. Explains implicit, explicit, and fluent waits and their appropriate use cases.

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