Use Selenium automation, to save you time when testing in Python
This course introduces Python users to Selenium WebDriver. It will help users with basic programming knowledge to start code-testing. This course will help users cut down on their time spent on testing code written in Python.
Get started with code testing using Selenium WebDriver. This course is an ideal starter kit for those of you who wish to start using Selenium WebDriver for testing, and for users with basic programming knowledge who are more interested in skilling up with Selenium WebDriver as their testing tool of choice. In this course, you will start by learning the benefits of Selenium WebDriver for testing. You will then start practicing the basics. Next, you will explore the biggest strength of Selenium: integrating your test instances with the browser of your choice. You will then actually test an authentication system in a sequential manner by following each of the required steps.
By the end of the course, you will be able to provide your customers and clients with better quality code in less time, enhancing customer satisfaction!
All the code and supporting files for this course are available on Github at – https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Beginning-Selenium-WebDriver-Testing-in-Python-
Style and Approach
This course will take you through a complete journey, from writing your first automation test to getting familiar with Selenium WebDriver and all its functionalities. This tutorial takes a pragmatic approach to teaching you Selenium WebDriver with a combination of clear explanations and real-world examples. One of the main points of this course is writing hands-on browser automation code using Python. This will give you practical experience of automation testing with Selenium WebDriver using Python, teaching you to automate your browser effortlessly.
What You Will Learn
Andy Craze is a full-stack software engineer with over 7 years’ experience developing highly-scalable web applications. He has used Selenium WebDriver to test numerous different products, ranging from large-scale enterprise systems and multi-tenant ecommerce platforms to simple static sites and documentation software. Andy works in Java and Python but has experience in a broad range of languages and technologies, including Haskell. His code has been used by Intel, Discogs, and Arizona State University
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