Join Meaghan Lewis for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning Selenium.
- [Meaghan] Thanks for watching.…I've shared how to write and run tests with WebDriver,…how to configure a grid instance,…and best practices to organize test.…Hopefully, you have all you need…to get started using Selenium.…If you'd like to learn more about Selenium,…check out seleniumhq.org…for documentation, as well as all of the latest downloads,…available browser drivers,…WebDriver language findings, and more.…The Selenieum wiki on github.com/seliniumHQ…also has some great documentation.…
Please refer to the handout…and the exercise files for links…to all the resources that were presented in this course.…If you'd like to reach me,…you can contact me on LinkedIn.…
Find out how to set up the test-writing framework, WebDriver, and Selenium Grid, which allows you to distribute the testing load and run tests against a remote server. Learn best practices to write effective tests using variables and functions, and to organize tests into suites that can scale over time. Instructor Meaghan Lewis—a QA engineer at GitHub—also explains the test pyramid paradigm, which details an ideal way to balance unit, integration, and UI testing.
- Setting up Selenium WebDriver
- Using the Selenium grid to distribute the testing load
- Setting up a hub and nodes
- Writing clean test code
- Organizing a test suite
Skill Level Beginner
Advanced Selenium: Testing Toolswith Ripon Al Wasim3h 21m Intermediate
1. Selenium WebDriver
2. Selenium Grid
3. Writing Effective Tests
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