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Selenium is an open-source umbrella project for a range of tools and libraries aimed at supporting web browser automation. Selenium provides a playback tool for authoring functional tests without the need to learn a test scripting language (Selenium IDE). It also provides a test domain-specific language (Selenese) to write tests in a number of popular programming languages, including JavaScript (Node.js), C#, Groovy, Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Scala. The tests can then run against most modern web browsers. Selenium runs on Windows, Linux, and macOS. It is open-source software released under the Apache License 2.0.

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Program Outline


  1. Selenium Introduction
    • Course outcome
    • Syllabus walkthrough
    • What is Automation Testing?
    • Why we need Automation? & how to learn any automation tool?
    • Different types of automation approaches.
    • What is Selenium? & why WebDriver?
    • Selenium Overview Brief history of Selenium
    • Features of Selenium
    • Advantages and limitations of Selenium
    • Selenium Components
    • Introduction to Selenium IDE
    • Introduction to Selenium RC
    • Introduction to Selenium WebDriver
    • Introduction to Selenium Grids
    • Selenium Architectures


  1. Setup and Installation
    • Java Overview and setup
    • Download and Installing Java
    • IDE configuration Eclipse and IntelliJ
    • Creation of first selenium project
    • Run first test in selenium
    • Run test on different browsers


  1. Basic Java
    • Write a simple Java program
    • Compile and Execute your Java program – Importance of JVM
    • Variables and Data Types
    • Classes, Objects and methods
    • Java operators
    • Constructors & Packages
    • IF and Else Statements
    • Switch Case statement
    • Loops - While Loop, Do while loop, for loop, nested loops
    • Break and Continue statements
    • Packages and Access Modifiers
    • String
  2. Java OOPS Concept
    • OOPs Introduction - Encapsulation
    • Setter and Getter methods
    • Polymorphism
    • Polymorphism - Overloading
    • Polymorphism - Overriding
    • Polymorphism - Overriding benefits and drawbacks
    • Inheritance
    • Abstraction
  3. Java Advance Concept
    • Constructors and This Keyword
    • Super Keyword
    • Abstract Class
    • Interface
    • Difference between Abstract Class and Interface
  4. Exception Handling in Java
    • Checked Exception
    • Unchecked Exception
    • Error
  5. Java Collections Part 1
    • Collection – Overview
    • Collection – Array
    • Collection – ArrayList
    • Collection – LinkedLists
  6. Java Collections Part 2
    • Collection - HashSet
    • Collection – HashMap
    • Collection – HashTable
  7. Java I/O Operations
    • Reading Properties files
    • Reading and Writing text
    • Reading and Writing Excel Sheet
  8. Element Locator Techniques and Tools to identify Objects
    • Significance of locators in selenium
    • Identify elements with ID, Name, ClassName, TagName, Linktext
    • Understanding of DOM
    • Identify elements with Xpath
    • Identify elements with CSS path
    • Generating customize xpath and CSS path
    • Different Browser plugin to locate the element
    • Overview of Selectorhub and use


  1. Launching Different Browser & Navigation Commands
    • Launching IE
    • IE driver server and path settings
    • Launching Chrome
    • Chrome server and path settings
    • Launching Firefox
    • Firefox server and path settings
    • How to Open a URL
    • Verify Page title
    • Strategy to get the Page Source
    • Difference between Close & Quit
    • Ways to Navigate Back & Forward
    • How to Refresh Page
    • Another way of Navigating to specific Page
    • WebDriver Manager
    • Handling Input Text Box and Buttons
  2. Handle Dropdown, Tables, Checkboxes & Radio buttons
    • Handling Input Text Box and Buttons
    • Handling Checkboxes, Radio Buttons and Links
    • How to scroll down and scroll up
    • Identify table rows and columns
    • Extracting values from a cell
    • Dynamically Identify Tables Data
    • Select class in Selenium
    • Drop Down Handle
    • Select multiple values from the list
    • Select & Deselect operations by Index, Value & Visible Text
    • Handling Combo Boxes
    • Handling Drag and Drop Elements


  1. Selenium Waits, Alert, iFrame & Switch Windows
    • Implicit and Explicit waits
    • How to use Expected Conditions with Waits
    • PageLoadTimeout & SetScriptTimeout property
    • Simple use of Thread Sleep
    • Concept of Fluent Wait in Selenium
    • Strategy to poll for an objectss
    • WebDriverWait and its uses
    • Different WaitUntil Conditions
    • Ways to handle Simple, Confirmation & Prompt Alert
    • Difference between Window Handle & Handles
    • Switching & Closing Windows, Tabs & PopUps
    • Concept of window ID
    • Extracting window IDs with Selenium Object reference
    • Handling iFrame
    • Handling Calendars
  2. Action Class, Robot Class, Browser Profile, File Upload and Java Script Executer
    • What is Action Class & What can we do with Action Class
    • Mouse Hover & Mouse Movement with Action
    • Finding Coordinates of a Web Object
    • What is Robot Class & What can we do with Robot Class
    • What is Java Script Executer?
    • Importance and uses of java script executer
    • What is Browser Profile
    • How to set up FireFox profile
    • How to set up IE profile
    • HTTP user authentication in Mozilla
    • HTTP user authentication in IE
    • Certificate handle in Mozilla
    • Certificate handle in IE
  3. TestNG Framework
    • TestNG Introduction
    • Install TestNG
    • TestNG Annotation(TestNG Test,TestNG Test Suite, TestNG Annotations, TestNG Groups, TestNG Dependent Tests, TestNG Reports, TestNG Parameters, TestNG Data-Providers, TestNG Test Priority)
    • TestNG Reporter Log
    • TestNG Asserts
    • TestNG Cross Browser Testing
    • TestNG Data Provider with Excel
    • TestNG Parallel Execution
    • TestNG Listeners
    • Retry Failed Tests in TestNG
    • Implement IRetryAnalyzer to Retry Failed Test in TestNG Framework
    • TestNG Vs Junit
    • TestNG Interview Questions
  4. Logging and Build Tool Maven
    • Introduction to Log4J
    • Log4j Logging and its advance Usage
    • Maven Introduction
    • Install Maven in Eclipse IDE
    • Install Maven on Windows
    • Install Maven on Mac
    • How to Create a New Maven Project
    • How to Create a New Maven Project in Eclipse
    • Configure Selenium Continuous Integration with Maven
  5. Reporting
    • TestNG Basic Report
    • Advance Extent Report
    • Allure Reports
  6. GIT and Jenkins
    • Introduction to GIT
    • Basic Commands
    • Project Configuration
    • Jenkins Integration
    • Jenkins Introduction
    • Selenium Integration with Jenkins
  7. Framework Introduction
    • What is Automation Framework
    • Features of Automation Framework
    • Benefits of using Automation Framework
    • Different types of Automation Framework
    • What is Data Driven Framework
    • What is Modular Driven Framework
    • What is Keyword Driven Framework
    • What is Hybrid Frameworks
  8. Project-1 Live Demo Session Part 1
    • Page Object Model + Page factory
    • Data Driven
  9.  Project-1 Live Demo Session Part 2
    • Add TestNG 
    • Add Maven
    • GIT
    • Jenkins
  10. Project-2 Live Demo Session
    • Hybrid Framework
    • TestNG + Maven + GIT + Jenkins
  11. Interview Preparation
    • Selenium Interview Questions
    • TestNG Interview Questions
    • Maven, GIT and Jenkins Interview Questions
    • Java Interview Questions
    • Framework Interview Questions



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    Advantage of Selenium Training

    • Open source/ Free tool
    • No OS/ browser demands
    • Support for multiple programming languages
    • Availability of Frameworks
    • Strong presence in the DevOps lifecycle
    • Easy integration with other tools
    • Parallel & distributed testing
    • No dependency on GUI based systems
    • Flexibility while designing test cases
    • Demand for Selenium testers

    How can Perform Selenium Testing

    • Create a WebDriver session.
    • Navigate to a Web page.
    • Locate an HTML element on the Web page.
    • Perform an action on the located element.
    • Assert the performed action did the correct thing.
    • Report the result of the assertion.
    • End the session.

    What can we do for you?

    • Freshers/Professionals looking opportunity in Software testing
    • Manual testers who are looking to explore different areas in Software Testing like Database Testing/API Testing & Backend Testing
    • BA/ Support or Other IT Professionals looking to start career as Software Tester