Join Bhoomika Agarwal for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Python Automation and Testing.
- [Instructor] I want to familiarize you with how to use the exercise files. Always remember that the best way to learn coding is to try out the codes yourself. It is always better to use these files just as a reference. You have access to the same exercise files that I have here with me. Let's see how these files are structured. I have placed the folder on my desktop, but you can put them at any location convenient to you.
In the Exercise Files folder, all the files are structured according to the chapter. Within each chapter folder, the files are structured according to the video that we are going to look at. Within each folder, you'll see the files that you'll require for that video. I just want to bring to your notice that, in the second chapter, within each video, we have two separate folders for the start files and the completed files. This is because we'll be building upon the code in each subsequent video.
The start folder contains the files that we get started with, and the completed folder has the files that you will get at the end of this video. For any common files that are being used throughout the chapter, those are placed in the chapter folder. I would strongly encourage you to try out the codes for yourself and use these exercise files just as a reference.
- What is automated testing?
- Python-Selenium bindings
- Parsing the DOM structure
- Locating elements in the DOM
- Navigating and interacting with pages
- Explicit and implicit waits