Automation Testing

What is automation Testing ?


Automation testing is a type of software testing that involves automated test case execution using an automation tool. So, basically, it automates the manual testing process. The tester writes test scripts and then runs the test scripts either on-demand or schedule them for periodic executions. This reduces the overall testing time, thus helping in faster product releases.

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  • 1. Basics programs, 
  • 2. Control flows-if, if else, if-else if, nested if
  • 3. Switch case
  • 4. Loops- for, while, do-while,
  • 5. Arrays
  • 1. Object
  • 2. Class
  • 3. Inheritance- Single, Multilevel, Hierarchical, Hybrid, Multiple (using Interface)
  • 4. Polymorphism- Overloading, Overriding
  • 5. Abstraction- Abstract class, Interface
  • 6. Encapsulation
  1. Set up of selenium- using Chrome and Firefox.

  2. Get methods

  3. Navigation methods

  4.  Types of Locators

  5. How to work with text box, buttons, Links, check boxes, image as a link, radio buttons

  6. How to select from a drop-down: using Select class

  7. Using saved web elements

  8. Using List

  9. Taking Screenshot

  10. Uploading and downloading a file

  11.  Alert interface

  12. Keyboard and mouse events

  13. Drag and Drop

  14. Scrolling webpage

  15. POM design model

  16. Web Driver waits

  17. Handling Static and Dynamic table

  18. Handling multiple frames

  19. Handling multiple windows

  1. TestNG – before test, after test, test, before method, after method annotations, Running multiple classes using xml file, Running whole package, Including- excluding methods, parameterization using xml file and Data Provider
  2. Data driven framework-Using excel sheet and My SQL database
  3. Keyword Driven framework
  4. Hybrid driven framework
  1. Using Maven dependencies
  2. Installing Maven on the system
  3. Running Maven tests from command prompt
  1. Introduction
  2. Installing Jenkins on the system
  3. Scheduling jobs on Jenkins
  1. TDD and BDD
  2. Gherkins
  3. Download Cucumber plugin in Eclipse
  4. Set up of Cucumber dependencies
  5. Creating feature file, Glue Code, and Runner file
  6. Parameterization
  7. Cucumber Tags
  8. Cucumber Hooks
  9. Cucumber Background
  10. Cucumber Report generation- JSON reports, HTML reports, XML reports, etc.

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